West Seventh Homes For Sale
As for shopping, dining, and entertainment, West Seventh has countless bars and restaurants including Shamrocks, the Eagle Street Tavern, Cossetta’s, Patrick McGovern’s, The Liffy, Tom Reid’s Hockey Pub, and more. As for entertainment, there are a plethora of shops along the main drag, and located just across the border into downtown Saint Paul is the Xcel Energy Center. Want to call West Seventh home? Check out our selection of homes for sale in West Seventh today!
Median Home Price: $169,000
West Seventh is filled with beautiful green space along the river as well as several small parks. Because the neighborhood is part of Saint Paul proper, the City of Saint Paul is responsible for all of the recreational activities and upkeep. The city provides comprehensive services including youth and adult sports leagues, recreational classes, and programs for toddlers and seniors.
The West Seventh neighborhood of Saint Paul provides residents with an eclectic mix of shops. Not only is the neighborhood home to stores such as The Beer Dabbler store – filled with craft beer clothing and accessories – but shops like Music Go Round, Wescott Station Antiques, and Sophie Joe’s Emporium. Whether you’re looking for fun gifts, home goods, or anything in-between, you’ll find it in West Seventh. Plus, there are fantastic shopping areas like Grand Avenue, and the Selby-Dale area just minutes away!
If you’re a self-proclaimed foodie, West Seventh is the place for you. The neighborhood is chalk full of amazing eateries from the Downtowner Woodfire Grill, to Mancini’s Char House, to Cossetta Alimentari, and everything in-between. Whether you are a connoisseur of bar foods and burgers, love traditional Irish dishes, or just love a good slice of pizza – there’s truly something for everyone to love in West Seventh.
The city of Saint Paul as a whole cares deeply about sustainability and environmental friendliness, but West Seventh also has it’s own initiatives helping the community stay green. Healthy West 7th is a group that advocates for and builds community gardens, and promotes healthy, local food growers within the neighborhood.
The Saint Paul Public School district is responsible for providing educational services to the residents of West Seventh. The district takes pride in providing comprehensive educational services including rigorous regular academics, Advanced Placement and STEM programs, as well as arts and athletics. Other schools in the neighborhood include St Francis-St James United School, and MacDonald Montessori.
Metro Transit provides comprehensive public transportation services to the residents of West Seventh and the greater Twin Cities metropolitan area. Not only are there regular bus routes available, but Metro Mobility offers dial-a-ride services to those who cannot utilize the traditional buses.
West Seventh is part of Saint Paul proper, and falls under the city’s local government system. The neighborhood itself operates the West Seventh Street/Fort Road Federation, which is a volunteer district council which is responsible for the coordinating development, recycling, and clean up efforts within the district.
The West Seventh area was originally known as Pig’s Eye, and was settled permanently in 1849. The neighborhood was settled primarily by German immigrants, who built several breweries – including the Schmidt Brewery – by 1860. As the area expanded more Irish, Czech, and Scandinavian residents came to the area, introducing their our ethnic touches. Now the neighborhood is an eclectic mix of residents of all nationalities, with shops, restaurants, and breweries reflecting the smattering of different cultures.