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Homes For Sale in MN Local Communities

Home seekers will enjoy the many different neighborhoods to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, condos, and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools.

We hope that our website's community information will help you to choose between the many wonderful areas; each has a lot to offer the home buyer.

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Homes For Sale In Andover

On average, 50 new homes are constructed each year, with a wide variety of lot sizes, architectural styles and price ranges. Recreational facilities include more than 400 acres of the Anoka County Bunker Hills Regional Park (which is home to the Bunker Beach Waterpark), and Bunker Hills Golf Course. Commercial activities in Andover have increased with construction of a number of new businesses throughout the city. Their annual city celebration is the Andover Family Fun Fest in July.
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Homes For Sale In Big Lake

Natural amenities such as lakes, the Mississippi and Elk Rivers, trail systems, parks, a tremendous labor force and easy access to major roads make Big Lake the ideal place to live and work. Many residents find living in the country atmosphere of Big Lake inviting even though they may find themselves commuting into the cities to work. This growing community has an industrial base to balance the rapid residential growth.
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Homes For Sale In Blaine

Blaine has access to many quality schools, health care facilities, churches and recreational freedoms. Its location makes for an easy commute to the metro area. Housing opportunities in Blaine are abundant. Blaine is home to the 600-acre National Sports Center, featuring 50+ soccer fields, a golf course, a velodrome and the Schwan Super Rink. Blaine's newest park, Lakeside Commons Park, has something for everyone, including a public beach, splash pad, playgrounds, and picnic area.
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Homes For Sale In Cambridge

The City of Cambridge, “City on the Rum River” is located in Isanti County and was established in 1866. The city sports the name given by settlers from New England, even though Cambridge and the surrounding area were a haven for Swedish immigrants. These immigrants brought with them a strong work ethic and rich heritage. In the early 1900’s Cambridge had first class business facilities and has been growing ever since.
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Homes For Sale In Coon Rapids

Coon Rapids is the largest city in Anoka County. It is a progressive community located just 15 miles north of Minneapolis. It offers a unique combination of urban excitement and small town friendliness with many opportunities to work , shop (Riverdale Shopping Center) and play. Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park features bike trails, cross country skiing, pavilions, picnic areas, summer concerts and other special events.
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Homes For Sale In Isanti

The name Isanti has its origin in Native American culture. Isanti is named for a nation of Dakota (Sioux) Indians. They lived in the Mille Lacs Lake area and along the Rum River and are sometimes referred to as the Santees. “Originally Isanti was located about three miles north of its present site. Referred to as “Old Isanti” the crossroads community was once a busy settlement which dates back to the 1860’s.
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Homes For Sale In Otsego

Otsego was organized in 1858, and named after Otsego County, New York. The territory of Otsego was incorporated as the city of Otsego in 1990. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 30.49 square miles, 29.56 square miles is land and 0.93 square miles is water. Otsego is located at the confluence of the Mississippi and Crow Rivers. Nearby places include Albertville, St. Michael, Rogers, Elk River, Dayton, and Monticello.
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Homes For Sale In Ramsey

The city of Ramsey is fortunate to be known for it's natural resources. More than half of the city borders the Rum and Mississippi Rivers, and over 15% of its area is protected wetlands. The city's newest park, The Draw, includes an amphitheater with seating for 300, a water feature, memorial garden, public art, trails, sidewalks, and a reconstructed wetland classroom for ecological education. Their hometown festival is Happy Days, which takes place in September at the COR.
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