St. Paul's prettiest neighborhood, while in close proximity to downtown, is a throwback to a bygone era of culture and architecture.

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While officially known as Ramsey Hill, locals often refer to this neighborhood as “Cathedral Hill” because of its proximity to the beautiful and iconic Cathedral of St. Paul. This stretch of land might just don the crown for the prettiest stores and restaurants in the city. Their ivy-covered facades and stunning outdoor patios add splashes of green and character any sidewalk stroller will appreciate. Visit The Happy Gnome and sample any of their 89 drafts of suds, and don’t forget to dine under the lights at W.A. Frost’s gorgeous outdoor patio. Home seekers in the market for Victorian architecture or brownstone row homes will want to put out a welcome mat as soon as they set foot in this neighborhood.


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Image by Erica Loeks/Greenspring Media

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