St Anthony Village Homes For Sale
Besides all of the dining, shopping, and entertaining options located nearby in Minneapolis and Roseville, St. Anthony Village has great features of its own. From Hazel’s Northeast to the Village Pub to shopping along New Brighton Blvd, there is truly something for everyone. Check out our listings of homes for sale in St. Anthony Village today!
Median Home Price: $199,000
St Anthony Village
The City of Saint Anthony Village provides beautifully maintained parks and facilities for resident’s recreational use. These parks include ball fields, basketball courts, soccer fields, tennis courts, picnic areas and more. Whether you love hiking, biking, skating, or all of the above, you’ll find the perfect place to get active in Saint Anthony Village.
Saint Anthony Village is filled with a variety of shops and boutiques for all occasions. From big box stores to stand alone shops, you’ll find everything you’re looking for within the city. Some shopping centers include the Silver Lake Village shopping center, which has everything from GameStop to Sally Beauty Supply; the St. Anthony Village Shops, home to Linder’s Green House, Hidden Treasures thrift store and much more. Plus, the Quarry shopping center and the unique selection of stores in Northeast Minneapolis are only a short drive away.
Hungry in Saint Anthony Village? There is a fantastic assortment of dining options to choose from. Whether you’re looking to grab a quick bite on the go, or relax and enjoy a more formal experience, there’s a perfect restaurant for any occasion. A local favorite for a delicious American classic and some friendly competition is the Village Pub, with great burgers and outdoor bocce ball courts!
The City of Saint Anthony Village has invested greatly in improving its environmentally friendly and sustainable practices. Beginning in the 1970s, the city made strides to address the levels of pollution in Silver Lake and improve water quality. Now, Saint Anthony Village is a GreenStep City, which follows 28 best sustainability practices dealing with energy-use, transportation, and more. Saint Anthony Village also hosts the Sustainability Festival in conjunction with Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, and the University of Minnesota.
The St. Anthony-New Brighton School District provides educational services to those living in Saint Anthony Village. The district is home to one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school. District 282 has structured their curriculum around individualized education, ensuring that each student maximizes their strengths and gains the confidence and skill to reach their full potential.
Metro Transit provides several structured bus routes as well as express bus service into the Downtown districts of the Twin Cities. Ideal for commuters and regular residents alike, the bus system allows Saint Anthony Village citizens to access the rest of the Twin Cities metro with ease.
The City Council of Saint Anthony Village provides all administrative and legislative oversight for the city. The five member council includes the Mayor and four at-large councilmembers who are responsible for drafting and administering all city policy.
Saint Anthony was first incorporated into a township in 1861, and encompassed much of surrounding Northeast Minneapolis. In 1887, Minneapolis annexed a majority of the township, leaving less than two square miles unincorporated. In 1945 that section of Hennepin County was incorporated into Saint Anthony Village, which is what many people still call it today. Though, in 1974 all Minnesota villages became cities, Saint Anthony continued to embody the small town village atmosphere, so the name stuck. Today, Saint Anthony Village is a vibrant Twin Cities’ suburb and home to just under 9,000 residents.