New Brighton Minnesota Real Estate Offered by Coldwell Banker

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New Brighton is a small, charming suburb, ideally located an equal distance from both and. From its award-winning schools (Irondale High School was listed as one of the top 500 schools in the country by Newsweek in 2000 and 2003), to its abundant parkland (90% of homes live just a quarter mile from a park), to its many lakes that make buying a lake in easily doable, to its beautiful homes and safe environment, New Brighton is a great place to buy a or.

New Brighton Minnesota Real Estate For Sale

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The city may be small, but there is still plenty to do within the town. Everything from golf courses for beginning and experienced golfers to bowling alleys for the young and old alike can be found in the small city of just seven square miles. Movie theatres and live theatres alike can be enjoyed within the city limits, as well as hundreds of restaurants, shops, and more. And if that’s not enough excitement, both downtown and downtown are just a quick drive away, offering everything from sports games and shopping to concerts and nightlife.

Of course, sometimes residents of don’t need excitement; they just want some relaxation. And if that is the case, those who buy a in have many outlets for recreational use and for relaxation. Though the city is up to seven times smaller than other and suburbs, the city is still to 15 total parks, giving it more parks per square mile than almost any other city in Minnesota. The end result is that 90% of homes in, including those homes for sale in, are just a couple blocks from the nearest park. That means that all the parkland amenities, from tennis courts and baseball fields to ice skating rinks and playgrounds to biking and walking trails are not a drive away, but a short walk away. The end result is that every for sale in is a great value, as each in is just a stone’s throw from the nearest park.