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We’ve picked just a few of the great neighborhoods in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro to give you a taste of what it’s like to live here. No matter what your lifestyle, you’ve got options!
Only 20 minutes from downtown Minneapolis, and nestled on the shores of Lake Minnetonka, this quaint village features antique shops, boutiques and waterside restaurants. Take a restored steamboat to nearby Wayzata.
Anchored by Washington Ave., this urban enclave features award-winning restaurants, specialty shops and is within walking distance of Target Field and Target Center. Loft living at its finest.
Victorian-era homes combine with modern amenities in this tree-lined neighborhood overlooking the majestic St. Paul Cathedral and Minnesota State Capitol.
In the midst of Minneapolis’s Chain of Lakes, Linden Hills is a favorite spot for cycling, sailing, running and dog walking. Catch an outdoor concert at the Lake Harriet bandshell.
White Bear Lake
Just north of St. Paul, this town is rich in parks, trails, shopping and entertainment. Nearby highways put you in position for quick “up north” getaways.
Money listed it among the Top 10 places to live in the US in 2015. Lakes, trails, the Chanhassen Dinner Theater and oh, by the way, Prince’s Paisley Park Studios are here.
One of the metro’s fastest-growing suburbs is also one of the most affordable, with median home prices around $250,000. Directly south of the cities on 35.
The 1848 birthplace of Minnesota is a charming river town on the banks of the St. Croix. Enjoy unique shopping, dining and entertainment, and cruise the river that creates the border with Wisconsin.
Bordered on its west side by the Mississippi, Highland Park is a St. Paul neighborhood with its own 18-hole golf course, 10 tennis courts, a municipal swimming pool.