Highland Park Homes For Sale

The heart of Highland Park’s retail area runs along Ford Parkway between Snelling Avenue and the Mississippi River. This very same location is home to the annual Highland Fest which is a three-day festival in July that offers live music, a carnival, and an art fair. If you are searching for homes for sale in Highland Park MN, view our Highland Park real estate listings today.

Median Home Price: $299,500

Highland Park

Recreation

Highland Park offers several recreational opportunities for the whole family. From the disc golf course, to the 9 and 18 hole golf courses, the Highland Park Aquatic Center, playgrounds, picnic areas, sledding hills, and much more, you’ll find plenty of ways to get outside no matter the season.

Shopping

The community of Highland Park offers a variety of shopping options that vary from local retail options, to farmer’s markets and more. Highland Park is also located in close proximity to Sibley plaza and Highland shopping center offering a variety of stores and amenities no matter what you’re looking for!

Dining

No matter what you’re craving, Highland Park has the dining options for you! Grab a classic comfort dish and a cocktail at the famous HIghland Grill, or a classic wood-fired pizza with gourmet toppings from Punch Pizza.

Green/Environmental

Highland Park puts recycling and waste reduction at the top of the priority list. From recycling and composting events to regular recycling collection and electronics recycling, Highland Park is leading the way to a healthier, happier environment and encouraging better habits amongst residents.

Schools

Highland Park is served by the Saint Paul public school system for grades K-12. The Saint Paul school system proudly welcomes all students from every background imaginable, and represents successful and involved students. For information on which school your child should attend, visit the Saint Paul Public Schools website.

Transportation

Highland Park has several public transportation services at the ready including metro transit bus, the light rail, and Amtrak. There are also several bike friendly trails to allow you to get around easily, while capturing glorious views of the surrounding neighborhoods and the river.

Local Government

Highland Park is governed by the city of Saint Paul, with the City Council responsible for setting city policy with ordinances, resolutions and to adopt the city budget. Council members are elected to a four year term, with meetings held in the council chambers at city hall and are open to the public.

City History

Highland Park was acquired by the city of Saint Paul in 1925, largely undeveloped at the time. However in under a decade, Highland Park had developed an 18 hole golf course, 10 tennis courts, a stadium that sat 2,700 people, and a new reception facility that was determined as the best of its kind in the Northwest. Several of these facilities still stand today.

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