St. Paul features some of Minneapolis' most famous and well-known establishments, such as the Science Museum of Minnesota, the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, and the Xcel Energy Center, home to the NHL's Minnesota Wild. Although the downtown area has plenty to do, see, and eat, there are still places where you can get away from the urban noise and relax in your own home sweet home. Neighborhoods near St. Paul's Como Park and Como Zoo offer single-family and duplex-style homes in a family-friendly and highly desirable area. While the neighborhood is typically a quiet residential area, the late summer brings close proximity to the Minnesota State Fair and some good old-fashioned loud and boisterous family fun.

Situated on the east bank of the Mississippi River, Saint Paul is but a stone's throw away from Minneapolis, Minnesota's largest city and the state's capital city. As St. Paul is the second-most populous city in Minneapolis, together these two communities are known as the "Twin Cities." Single-family residences, condos, and apartments abound in Saint Paul, with historic Victorians, post-war ranches, and newer, more contemporary homes available in desirable areas.

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