Summit Avenue



For Rent

$4,250 per month

Enjoy Saint Paul's elegant and historic Summit Avenue considered to be the best - preserved boulevard of Victorian mansions in the country. Named one of the ten "Great Streets" in the U.S. by the American Planning Association.

370 Summit Avenue

A serene urban retreat. See it to believe it.


  • Treetop aerie located on the third floor fully furnished, recently renovated, and accessible by private elevator

  • 2400 sq.ft. with master suite, guest bedroom, two bathrooms, den, two balconies, multiple skylights, two wood-burning fireplaces, laundry room, home office, eat-in kitchen, living room and dining room.

  • Spacious, sunlit and airy living room with balcony provides views through towering oak treetops of Saint Paul and the High Bridge over the Mississippi River.

  • Cable and internet equipped.

  • Attached one-stall garage with entrance thru lower level of the home via stairs or private elevator to the entrance on the third floor. One off-street parking space in front of home.

  • Intercom-equipped guest entrance on east side of home thru foyer to stairs or private elevator.

  • Tenant-controlled heating and air conditioning system.

  • Exercise room and party/game room in lower level.

  • Charles Schultz's inimitable Snoopy - Reflecting All of Us - (featured in People magazine) joyfully graces the yard below.

  • The current owner of 370 Summit has lived in the house for 43 years and is committed to maintaining the integrity and character of the home at the highest standards.

Historic Home Prestigious Address

  • Classic Georgian Revival home designed in 1909 by noted Minnesota architect, Clarence Johnston, for Saint Paul bank president, J.R. Mitchell.

  • Home to several prominent Saint Paul citizens including Patrick Butler, millionaire philanthropist, who became known as "the Saint of Summit Avenue" and who is credited with providing the financial resources to save and build Hazelden (the world-famous treatment facility).

  • Highly valued location on the bluff overlooking Saint Paul and the Mississippi River Valley.

  • Near intersection of Western and Summit Avenues.

  • Across the street from Nathan Hale Park and the beautiful Cochran Park with its famous Paul Manship sculpture - Indian Hunter and Dog. One block from inspirational Summit Overlook with its Augustus Saint-Gaudens New York Eagle sculpture and one block from Saint Paul favorite - The University Club.

  • Four blocks from the magnificent Cathedral of Saint Paul and the James J. Hill House.

  • Short walk to the shops on Grand Avenue and unique restaurants along Selby Avenue such as W.A Frost, Nina's, Moscow on the Hill, and La Grolla.

  • Walking distance to downtown Saint Paul.

For additional information or to arrange a showing contact Bob Muschewske at 612-578-3635 or rmuschewske@comcast.net

Contact for further information and to arrange a showing:

Bob Muschewske - 612-578-3635 or rmuschewske@comcast.net

Click on the link below to see the pdf of a book which has more information about 370 Summit Avenue.

The book describes the evolution of Summit Avenue, provides information about the architect, describes the architectural style of the home, gives information about former and current owners of the home, and discusses the challenge of creating a contemporary use of an historic structure.