ABOUT THE ESTATES
Three Custom-Home Sites in Saint Paul
Sharkey Design|Build’s exciting new project features three properties in Irvine Park, Saint Paul. Each of these homes will be designed to complement this historic neighborhood. Interiors designed to fit your unique style and preferences, beautifully constructed and brought to life by our design team.
Two-tier decks to utilize stunning Mississippi views
Walkability to all St. Paul has to offer
Minutes to Downtown St. Paul
Easy access to Irvine Park
Spacious Mississippi River valley view lots
Historic exterior charm
ABOUT IRVINE PARK
Irvine Park is nestled in a quiet, historic district just west of downtown St. Paul. The park was plotted by Henry Rice and John Irvine in 1849 though it took until 1872 for the area to gain official park status. The final touch was added in 1881 when the Pendergast family added a beautiful three-tiered fountain. 100 years later in 1970, over 90% of the homes were deemed uninhabitable and the park was seen as a rusted waste of space.
In 1978 the area underwent drastic redevelopment and revitalization. The city of St. Paul even went so far as to place a $40,000 fountain in the park made to match the original. Irvine Park also features a gazebo, ample seating space at benches and picnic tables, amazing views of Saint Paul and the Mississippi. The park is now considered the most popular park for weddings in St. Paul and the neighborhood has hit a renaissance.
The Irvine Park neighborhood is within walking distance or a quick ride from shops, entertainment, restaurants, and St. Paul's Xcel Center and CHS Field.
Below are renderings of the proposed three home development of Irvine Park Estates.
Each home is carefully crafted with historical details, built with new-aged technology.
Working with historic homes is our passion and expertise. We are excited to contribute to this 147-year-old St. Paul landmark. Our designs will be true to the neighborhood with modern amenities featuring front porch living, and historic exterior detail, preserving the identity of Irvine Park for years to come!