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1945 Oakdale, West St. Paul, MN View on Map

Amenities to fit your lifestyle

At Country Club Manor we offer seniors a variety of living arrangements, services, daily-weekly-monthly-and annual social activities. We provide a broad range of options because we take living personally. Our senior citizens can enjoy a full life, all on their own terms.

Southview Country Club
Country Club Manor is convenient to downtown St. Paul. We offer several luxurious amenities such as a heated indoor pool, underground heated parking, spa/hot tub, sauna, wonderful golf course views and much more. Our exercise room overlooks the indoor pool with a view to the golf course just outside. Take a summer stroll though our beautiful landscaped grounds, and in the park right next door to our facilities, play a round of tennis on the almost-always available tennis courts, or try the outdoor skating rink.

Unit Amenities

  • Quiet central air conditioning (no “window” units)
  • Ceiling fan
  • Cable ready
  • Free high speed internet & computer in Club Room
  • Fire resistant masonry/steel balconies
  • Walk-in closets
  • Efficient floor plans
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave ovens are available in some units.

Building Amenities

  • Close to shopping, but not too close
  • Close to the freeway, but not too close
  • Southview Country Club nearby
  • Laundry on each floor
  • Heated (87 degrees) indoor pool
  • Underground heated parking available
  • Secured access
  • Wide hallways, sitting areas
  • Fitness center
  • Spa/hot tub
  • 2 Elevators
  • No “Garden Level” apartments
  • Right on the (#68) Bus Route
  • Cats accepted
  • State-of-the-art color camera with DVR security system

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We are very pleased with your $200 bonus for referring a new resident. We were surprised; what a nice idea. Thank you very much. We are very happy here and will look for more recruits but we don’t know many people around here yet. Lee, thank you for bringing the bluebirds–we have the mealworms out. […]

Paul and Mary