St. Paul neighborhoods offer a wide variety of condominiums for sale, including everything from cozy studios to spacious, three- or four-bedroom condos. Convenience and carefree living are the hallmarks of St. Paul condominiums, where you can enjoy all the benefits of home ownership without the hassle.
Like condos and townhomes in other areas, most St. Paul condominiums are governed by associations, so lawn care, snow removal and general upkeep are often included. These services are paid by association dues that are the responsibility of the homeowners living in condos. If you’ve been renting and are now looking for a home, or if you’re ready for an easier lifestyle after maintaining a single-family home, St. Paul condos are the perfect choice.
Downtown St. Paul homes for sale include a nice selection of condominiums, from something small and simple to 5,000-square-foot penthouses. The downtown area features several new construction condominiums, as well as renovated buildings.
Many downtown condos come with underground parking, and their proximity to the skyway system makes it much easier to get around in colder winter months. Walk to the theater or nearby restaurants, enjoy a museum or take an afternoon to go shopping. Downtown St. Paul condominiums located along the river boast wonderful views and are close to several biking and walking paths.
Condos along Grand Avenue in the Crocus Hill neighborhood include some new construction, as well as a number of converted mansions or renovated four- and eight-plexes. St. Paul condominiums on Summit Avenue range from 400-square-foot studios to 3000-square-foot condominiums. Several condominiums are located in historic mansions and offer a wealth of character and charm.
The St. Paul neighborhoods of Mac Groveland, Merriam Park and Hamline-Midway all offer a variety of condominium choices. Highland Park also has condos, including a few geared toward the senior community. A popular choice for easy, convenient condo living, Highland Grove has the highest walkability score in the Twin Cities.
As you explore condos in St. Paul, make sure to evaluate the monthly association fee in every building to see what is included. Some St. Paul condominium buildings feature amenities such as a pool, party room or other community space, and it’s important to know what your condo association fee covers. It’s also a good idea to look at the association’s financial documents. The organization should have a good amount of money in reserve in case of costly repairs or renovations. For example, you wouldn’t want to be assessed a fee to help cover the cost of a new roof.
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