STATUS: FOR SALE!
$29,900 GETS YOU:
81 Western Avenue S
Saint Paul, MN 55102
Build your single-family dream home in the Little Bohemia / West 7th neighborhood of Saint Paul! A rare find in this area, this vacant lot is hooked up to all city utilities and ready for your imagination. Walking distance to Claddagh Coffee, Day by Day Cafe, Bad Weather Brewing, Mancini's, Pajarito, and everything else West 7th has to offer. Look for the upcoming Keg & Case Market, too. This one will fly—don't miss your chance to build in the blossoming West 7th community!
40' wide and 120' deep
Dirt alley along the rear elevation can accommodate a 2-car detached garage
Zoned for single-family construction
All city utilities—natural gas, sewer, electrical—are ready to go
A leisurely stroll from everything awesome along West 7th Street
Rare opportunity to build new construction in the blossoming Little Bohemia community
LOOK AT THIS MAGICAL EXPANSE OF GRASS. YOU HAVE OPTIONS:
1. In the words of Gandalf the Grey: Keep it vacant. Keep it safe.
2. Build a tiny house and start a monetized blog. Sleep in a lofted bed. Watch the ad revenue roll in.
3. Lie down in the middle of the property. Stare at the clouds. SURPRISE: garter snakes.
4. Import ludicrously tall hedges and host your own very strange, extremely expensive annual Triwizard Tournament.
5. Just go mow it a lot. Listen to your favorite Spotify workout playlist. Landscape your inner demons away.
6. Two words: bonsai nursery.
7. Convince the Claddagh baristas to start a summer bocce ball league with you. I think they would probably do it.
8. Every night, sit in a lawn chair along the property's front elevation. Look brooding and wise. When neighbors walk by, make eye contact. Nod knowingly.
9. During the winter months, tunnel into the snow within your property lines and refuse to respond to any name that isn't "Punxsutawney Phil." You are the neighborhood groundhog now. You are the master of seasons.
10. Build a beautiful single-family home and live out your days in the heart of Little Bohemia.