4 Crocus Hill, Saint Paul, Minnesota

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Edmund Rice Jr. House

2001
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Address: 4 Crocus Hill
Neighborhood/s: Summit Hill, Saint Paul, Minnesota, Crocus Hill, Saint Paul, Minnesota
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State/province
Saint Paul, Minnesota
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Ramsey County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1886
Primary Style: Queen Anne
Major Alterations: The fourth floor is an addition to the original structure.warning.png"The fourth floor is an addition to the original structure." is not in the list of possible values (Intact, Some/mostly intact, Altered, Significant Alterations, Alterations more apparent than original) for this property.
Architect or source of design: William Channing Whitney
Material of Exterior Wall Covering: Brick
Material of Foundation: Limestone

Summit Hill, Crocus Hill Saint Paul Ramsey

4 Crocus Hill, Saint Paul, Minnesota
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This huge dramatically situated brick house is one of the most imaginative, eclectic and imposing of all the houses in the Crocus Hill and Grand Hill area.

According to the building permit, the original owner of this house was Edmund Rice Jr. who was working as a real estate agent in 1887. Rice did not live in this house, but instend lived on Summit Avenue.[1]

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