OUR COMMUNITY & OUR MISSION
Seven Hills Senior Living is a charming community for seniors 55 and over located in the historic Ramsey Hills of St. Paul, MN. Our mission is to provide a compassionate and engaging environment where seniors can enjoy fulfilling and meaningful lives.
At Seven Hills, our team of caregivers takes the time to get to know our residents, understanding their interests, habits, and passions. This helps us promote their physical and mental well-being and provide them with the care and support they need.
We offer a range of floor plans, amenities, and levels of assistance to meet the individual needs of our residents. Our pricing is straightforward and easy to understand. Contact our knowledgeable staff to learn more and discover the benefits of Seven Hills Senior Living.
A city with that charming small-town feel, St. Paul is revered for its a strong sense of community, safe neighborhoods, and historic character — truly an ideal setting for the Seven Hills Senior Living community.
Numerous local amenities, including the charming beauty of Cathedral Hill, the shops and restaurants on vibrant Grand Avenue, and the natural beauty of the Mississippi River trails, make the Ramsey Hill location absolutely ideal. The local area provides a full range of dining options, including favorite fast causal spots, familiar neighborhood cafes and elegant restaurants, to the wide diversity of Asian fare along University Avenue. Residents will also find supermarkets, retail shops, banks, art galleries, golf courses, medical facilities, and beautiful parks just a short walk or drive away.
Historically, Ramsey Hill was home to several great historical figures, including James J Hill and F. Scott Fitzgerald. The neighborhood is filled with beautiful remnants of the empire-building years of the late 19th-century. In 1890, when the Selby streetcar route was developed, it ran every 3 minutes at peak times, along a newly established commercial route. This period marked the greatest boom in residential and commercial construction, and the beautiful charm of this period lives on along the tree-lined Selby Avenue.