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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Andover, a safe, growing community in which to live and work which enhances the quality of its citizens' lives through recreational opportunity, quiet neighborhoods, civic involvement, fiscal and environmental stewardship.
At the confluence of the Rum and Mississippi Rivers, a historic park connects the walking and biking trail system throughout the city. The Anoka Nature Preserve, at the north end of the city, is a 200-acre natural area offering passive recreation, trails, and access to the Rum River. Anoka provides unlimited water recreation opportunities, 30 parks and playground, with four major park complexes including a lit and supervised sledding hill, 15 ball fields, 4 tennis courts and 4 pickle courts.
Arden Hills lies approximately 8 miles north of the downtown areas of both St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is situated in Ramsey County and covers 9.4 square miles with an estimated population of 9,600. The City serves as home to many large corporations, numerous small to medium size businesses, and two private colleges.
Blaine's population went from 1,694 in 1950 to 20,640 in 1970. As the Minneapolis/St. Paul area began to enjoy rapid growth, Blaine's wide-open spaces became attractive to many people looking for the suburban life style just a short distance from both downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Bloomington, located 10 miles south of Minneapolis, is home to the United States’ largest enclosed shopping center, the Mall of America. Bloomington's residential areas include upper-tier households in the western Bush Lake area and traditional, more affordable single-family homes in the central to eastern portions. The city park system offers over 1,000 square feet of parkland per capita. Bloomington is also home to Hyland Lake Park Reserve and the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
The City of Brooklyn Center prides itself on 522 acres of parks and nature areas, each with its own personality. Combined with a 20-mile trail system extending to all neighboring communities and the Mississippi River close at hand, residents can walk or bicycle almost anywhere in minutes.
Brooklyn Park offers a variety of community events and activities year-round. No matter the season, you'll get a chance to relax and enjoy yourself here. The City of Brooklyn Park provides a wide range of services that greatly contribute to the quality of life in our community.
The City of Cambridge, “City on the Rum River” is located in Isanti County, Minnesota 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.
Two beautiful lakes stand out as Centerville's greatest features. Our city of roughly 3,900 people thrive here, not only because we enjoy the lakes, but because we work hard to blend tradition and progress.
Champlin currently has approximately 300 acres of City owned park land at 32 locations. It is also important to note there is currently approximately 800 acres of the Elm Creek Park Reserve located within the City of Champlin boundaries. This area is owned and maintained by Hennepin Parks.
Chanhassen is home to the nationally renowned Chanhassen Dinner Theatres and the 1,000-acre Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. The City has repeatedly been selected as a ”Best Place to Live” by MONEY magazine as well as a “Top Ten Town to Raise a Family” by Family Circle Magazine. It also earned the award for “Highest Quality of Life in the Twin Cities” by Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal and was even voted as having the Best Community Festival for their Fourth of July Celebration.
The City of Chaska lies in the scenic Minnesota River Valley at the southwest edge of the Twin Cities Metropolitan area. With a population of over 22,500, Chaska strives to be the "best small town in Minnesota." The historic downtown in the southern portion of the City is home to a variety of residential and commercial uses, with many buildings featuring the distinctive "Chaska brick”. This includes the newly renovated Chaska combines the best of both worlds-friendly small town and modern city.
Our city is approximately fourteen square miles, has an estimated population of 5,000 and is located in Chisago County. We are very proud of our strong Swedish heritage here with our sister city in Aulgutsboda, Sweden. We continue to maintain our small town charm while being very close to all the amenities of the Twin Cities. Chisago City is a very unique, historic community.
Columbia Heights is a first-ring northern suburb of Minneapolis, which it borders on the south. Its downtown district is centered at the intersection of 40th Avenue NE and Central Avenue, and includes the Heights Theater, county offices, the Public Library, and a variety of businesses. Central Avenue forms a commercial district along its length.
The City of Columbus includes a mix of residential, rural and commercial property. Columbus boasts large tracts of public land, including Carlos Avery Wildlife Management Area and Lamprey Pass. We provide a full level of municipal services in the community, including street and park maintenance, planning and zoning, elections, licensing, auditing, building inspection, prosecution, and general administration.
We are proud of our city, its parks and trails, business community, family friendly residential areas and most of all the residents who take an active role in community life. The City of Coon Rapids invites you to become involved in the community by participating in any of the many different services organizations including the Rotary, Lions Clubs, City commissions and more!
Crystal is a fully-developed, first tier suburban community just west of Minneapolis in Hennepin County. The city became a Home Rule Charter City in 1960 and has a population of more than 23,000 residents.
The City of Dellwood is comprised of approximatley 1,800 acres, with the most recent Census Report listing a population of 1,075. Dellwood is situatued along the Northeast shores of White Bear Lake. Being one of the smaller residential communities in Washington County, its landscape portrays a pastoral rolling rural setting.
Eagan is the ninth largest community in the state and has three times been named in the top 20 “Best Places to Live” in the U.S. by MONEY Magazine. Eagan is a popular location, in part because of its convenient access to employment, the airport, freeways and other Twin Cities conveniences. The community also offers lovely residential areas, award winning schools, the largest outlet mall in the state, and close proximity to the enormously popular Minnesota Zoo.
East Bethel has 12 lakes covering 2,028 acres, including Coon Lake, the largest lake in Anoka County. We have 15 City parks, and public reserves that include Sandhill Crane Natural Area, Helen Allison Savanna, Gordie Mikkelson WMA and the Cedar Creek Ecosystem and Scientific Reserve. It also has two community centers, one indoor ice rink and one outdoor ice rink and one DNR Boat Launch on Coon Lake.
Eden Prairie has repeatedly been recognized as a great place to work and raise a family, and it is consistently ranked among MONEY magazine's "Best Places to Live." In 2010, MONEY magazine even named Eden Prairie the #1 Best Place to Live in America! In addition to attractive residential neighborhoods and affordable housing options, the City boasts nearly 10,000 acres of land designated for parks and open spaces, miles of scenic views, and a multitude of breathtaking lakes and beaches.
Edina boasts a population of 47,000. It is situated immediately southwest of Minneapolis in Hennepin County and has great accessibility from several major highways. Edina prides itself for its nationally renowned school district, great neighborhoods, thriving business community, numerous retail shopping centers, and nearly 40 award-winning public parks.
Located just ten minutes from both downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis, we are the home of the Minnesota State Fair, with nearly two million visitors a year, and the University of Minnesota St. Paul Campus, whose wide open agricultural fields give our community a rural feel in the heart of the Twin Cities metropolitan area.
Forest Lake is a rapidly growing, attractive suburban community located in the northwestern corner of Washington County. The City is conveniently located off Highways 35E and 35W and is part of the Twin Cities metropolitan area. In addition to the beauty of our lakes, residents are fond of agricultural pursuits, the small-town feel and family-friendly amenities.
The City of Fridley is a first ring suburban community with a 2011 estimated population of 27,500. The City is located 10 minutes north of downtown Minneapolis and 20 minutes northwest of downtown St. Paul.
Golden Valley, population 20,371, is a first-ring suburb of Minneapolis conveniently located five miles west of downtown. With its desirable location, ample parks and nature areas, diverse neighborhoods, flourishing business, and award-winning schools, Golden Valley is one of the best places to live in the Twin Cities metropolitan area.
The City of Hugo is characterized by a pleasant blend of rural and suburban landscapes with an abundance of natural resources. We believe we offer something for everyone, including a high quality of life for all.
The City of Lake Elmo is home to 18 Parks. The two largest parks are Washington County’s Regional Lake Elmo Park Reserve and the City’s 284 acre Sunfish Lake Park. Additionally, there are 16 other city Parks.
Lake Minnetonka, is one of Minnesota’s most popular lakes among boaters, fishermen, and recreationists. With thirteen different communities surrounding this beautiful lake, it is also an extremely popular lake in the Twin Cities lakefront real estate market. . Boats of all sizes and horsepower are permitted, and some of the larger bays can be used for sailing and paddle boarding. Numerous public docks, access to lakeside restaurants, and fantastic sport fishing make this a great lake to live on!
Lakeville is a growing, family-oriented community that recognizes and values the importance of outstanding schools and strong communities. In fact, 35 percent of its population is under the age of 18. The City has a unique character created by its open spaces, lakes, ponds, and wetlands—combined with 60 parks, more than 100 miles of trails, excellent schools, and quality services.
Lexington: a suburb of the Twin Cities metropolitan area! Lexington is a cozy little community nestled between Circle Pines and Blaine - small in size, but big on pride. Our city offers many conveniences of larger cities due to its advantage of having St. Paul/Minneapolis only minutes away, its close proximity to shopping, and direct freeway access to I-35W.
The City of Lino Lakes covers an area of 33 square miles on the north side of the Twin Cities in Anoka County. The pristine 5,500-acre Rice Creek Chain of Lakes Regional Park Preserve is situated within the heart of the city, guaranteeing the area will maintain its natural settings and wildlife habitats in the years to come.
Rated high by citizens as a great place to raise children, Maple Grove offers plenty of opportunities for residents to live life to the fullest. The beauty of seven different lakes can be found here as well as over 1,000 acres and 36 miles of meticulously maintained parks and trails and 48 playgrounds. Maple Grove also has a wide range of housing options available; from rental to charming single family homes to townhouses with scenic views to exciting senior living communities.
Maplewood, Minnesota is a suburb of more than 36,000 people in the Twin Cities metropolitan area located about 15 minutes from downtown Saint Paul. Maplewood has more than 30 parks and a great trail system.
The Town of May, previously part of Marine Township, is located in the northeastern portion of Washington County. The Town was organized in 1893. A year later, the town hall was built and the first supervisors elected. The Town was named after Morgan May, an English immigrant who eventually became one of the more prosperous farmers in the Morgan May Town.
The City of Medicine Lake is nestled in the western suburbs on the large peninsula within Medicine Lake, the second largest lake in the Twin Cities. Just miles from downtown Minneapolis, our community enjoys the benefits of a small town as well as the luxuries of being surrounded by other booming communities.
Minneapolis is the largest city in the state of Minnesota and lies on both banks of the Mississippi River and adjoins St. Paul (the other “Twin City” and the state’s capital). The City is abundantly rich in water, with twenty lakes and wetlands, the Mississippi River, creeks, and waterfalls. Access to exceptional healthcare, live theater and performing arts, numerous museums, award-winning restaurants, professional sports teams, and a vibrant music scene make Minneapolis a great place to live!
Minnetonka residents can enjoy 49 community parks, more than 81 miles of maintained sidewalks and trails and more than 1,000 acres of public open space, as well as natural scenery that includes mature trees, wetlands and prairies.Minnetonka has a thriving business community, high quality office developments, fantastic community center, and beautiful residential areas. The quality of life in Minnetonka is further enhanced by the three award-winning school districts that serve the community.
Welcome to the City of Mounds View, a third ring suburb just 10 miles north of Minneapolis and St. Paul in Ramsey County and surrounded by Blaine, Arden Hills, New Brighton, Fridley, and Spring Lake Park.
New Brighton typically finishes in the top 5 in National Night Out nation-wide rankings oftentimes boasting 130 to 145 neighborhood parties. Our great city is only one of a handful of cities to have won two International Association of Chiefs of Police Community Policing awards in the world.
New Hope has a lot going for it. The city is conveniently located, has strong neighborhoods, an abundance of parks and recreation opportunities, excellent schools, with great shopping nearby.
And, New Hope is continually striving to make itself even better.
We have talented, local agents that work all over the Twin Cities metro, including North Central Minnesota. These communities include Zimmerman, East Bethel, Forest Lake, Chisago City, Wyoming, and many more. If you're looking to buy or sell in these areas, we'd love to help you!
Looking to buy or sell in the Anoka, Blaine, Champlin, Coon Rapids, Ramsey, Andover, Circle Pines or Lino Lakes area? We have local agents that specialize in the North Metro area of the Twin Cities!
North Oaks is a unique suburban community located just northeast of St. Paul, Minnesota. With a rich history and emphasis on retaining the natural environment, North Oaks reached its 61st anniversary this year.
North St. Paul is a town of 3.1 square miles, with a 6block-long Main Street. A small industrial village turned first-ring suburb,
North St. Paul embraces its small-town feel but also recognizes it is part of a larger region.
Just miles away from both vibrant downtowns, the communities in the Northeast Metro are a great place to live! We have local agents ready to help you buy or sell in cities such as Roseville, Maplewood, Oakdale, Vadnais Heights, White Bear Lake, Dellwood and Moundsview!
The Northwest Metro area is an expanding area of the Twin Cities suburbs. Looking to buy or sell in Plymouth, Golden Valley, New Hope or Osseo? We have knowledgeable, specialized agents ready to help!
Oak Grove is a 36 square mile City located in northern Anoka County. Our neighbors include Ham Lake, East Bethel, St. Francis, Nowthen, Ramsey and Andover. We’re about 30 miles north of Minneapolis.
Oakdale is a city in Washington County, Minnesota, United States, is a suburb of Saint Paul and is on the eastern side of the Twin Cities Metropolitan area. The population was 27,378 at the 2010 census. Oakdale is the 32nd largest city in Minnesota, in terms of population.
Plymouth was named Money magazine’s number one “Best Place to Live” in 2008 and stayed in the top 12 when the magazine repeated the rankings in 2010. Factors contributing to the popularity of this wonderful suburb include the extensive trails and parks, picturesque open spaces, strong neighborhoods, diverse recreation programs, highly regarded school districts, variety of local businesses, nearby shopping and entertainment districts, and easy access to downtown Minneapolis.
Princeton is a dynamic community of 4,732 people located at the convergence of the Rum River. Community pride continues in Princeton. In the spring, summer, and fall months, the streets and businesses are bustling with people, various festivals, a weekly farmer's market, and so on. During the winter season, the City sparkles with lights and decorations. Although Princeton continues to grow and progress with the times, it still retains its friendly small-town spirit.
Ramsey has a population which is estimated at just over 26,000 people and covers 28 square miles and is bordered by both the Rum and Mississippi Rivers. It is home to over a hundred businesses such as Connexus Energy, Life Fitness, Ace Solid Waste, and Vision Ease Lens. Ramsey offers two championship public golf courses—The Links at Northfork and Rum River Hills and two regional parks, three major City parks, and a network of trails and neighborhood parks.
We strive to offer a variety of recreational programs for all ages to meet their physical, emotional, social and educational needs. As a partner of Active Living Hennepin County, the City of Robbinsdale also strives to provide opportunities for individuals to be active in their daily lives which can improve health and quality of life.
The City of Rogers was just named #6 overall on the list of “Best Minneapolis Suburbs to Live In” by Movoto.com. Scoring criteria included “Amenities per capita, standard of living (cost of living, median home value, median rent, median household income, and high school graduation rate), total crimes per 100k, unemployment rate and average commute time.”
Roseville is a suburban community of 33,660, located in the northern Minneapolis / St. Paul metropolitan area. Located on 2 major highways (I-35W & State Highway 36), it borders both Minneapolis and St. Paul, and is a short commute to either downtown area. Roseville is considered the retail and commercial hub of the northeast suburban area.
The Saint Paul area has been called the most livable city in America, because Saint Paul truly is a city where you can live, work, and raise a family. Saint Paul is alive with community vibrancy, from the organizations and businesses that reside here, to the residents who live in Saint Paul's many unique neighborhoods and call it their home.
Scandia, Minnesota is a rural community located in northern Washington County, at the edge of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. Known as New Scandia Township until its incorporation on January 1, 2007 as the City of Scandia, the community has a rich history as the first Swedish immigrants to Minnesota settled here.
Located in the lower Minnesota River Valley, Shakopee is home to one of the state’s largest commercial/ industrial parks, as well as a unique riverfront downtown. With Valleyfair, Canterbury Park and other area attractions, Shakopee is also known as a regional entertainment destination. Most importantly, Shakopee is a wonderful place to raise a family with a diverse community, excellent schools, abundant recreational opportunities, good restaurants and the friendliness of a small town.
Spring Lake Park is an established residential community of small town charm and friendly folks, located ten miles north of Minneapolis in the counties of Anoka and Ramsey, with a variety of commercial and industrial development.
Welcome to the City of St. Anthony! The City is considered a "first-ring" suburb of Minneapolis and as such is part of the metropolitan area. St. Anthony is unique in that two-thirds of the city is located in Hennepin and one-third is located in Ramsey Counties. The dividing line is 37th Avenue.
Located along the northern edge of Anoka County, the City of St. Francis is a community that is still able to provide its residents with a small town feel while in the shadow of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. St. Francis has been able to blend rural and city living into a unique community of over 7,000 people. Scenic areas along the Rum River and the realization of having one’s own hobby farm have tended to be two of the most common factors that lure people to this community.
Wayzata is nestled around scenic Wayzata Bay offering expansive views of Lake Minnetonka with its sparkling blue waters, wooded and meandering shoreline, islands, and many secluded bays. The thriving downtown business community showcases charming boutique shopping and an eclectic assortment of restaurants just a stone’s throw away from the water.
White Bear Lake is located approximately 20 miles north from the Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport with a population of nearly 25,000. While in close proximity to the Twin Cities, White Bear Lake maintains its own distinct, small-town character.
One of Minnesota's fastest growing cities for the past three decades, Woodbury is now the state's 9th largest city, home to more than 68,000 residents. Recently, recognized at one of the “10 Best Towns for Families” by Family Circle as well as one of the “Best Places to Live” by Money Magazine, Woodbury continues to be a popular Twin Cities suburb. Woodbury has a well-developed park and recreational system that includes many quality recreational facilities, trails, inclusive rec programs.
The City of Wyoming neighborhood parks are nestled in almost every corner of the city. From small neighborhood parks nicely equipped with playground equipment, to larger parks with ball fields, soccer fields, basketball courts, or hockey rinks, residents of this community can find a destination for their outdoor gatherings, picnics, or just a place to walk or relax. To reserve a park pavilion, ball field or soccer field for your event please complete the reservation form below.
Zimmerman is a progressive and rapidly growing community with small-town “country” atmosphere.Zimmerman is located northwest of the Mpls./St. Paul metropolitan area at the intersection of State Highway 169 and Sherburne County Road 4.