Lakeville Minnesota Real Estate Offered by Coldwell Banker
Lakeville is the fastest growing suburb in the entire Twin Cities, and if you take a look around, you can begin to see why. This prosperous exurb on the edge of the Twin Cities suburbs, 23 miles south of downtown, still retains the small-town charm of its rural origins. Lakeville homes offer the peace and security of rural living and the excitement and convenience of living near the city. Most homes are about 23 miles away from the Twin Cities, but a quick ride on Interstate Highway 35 puts residents just a half hour from the excitement of downtown and. Thus buying a in, Minnesota affords potential homeowners the opportunity to live in a peaceful, exurban community with a rural feel while still being only a half hour from urban excitement. Lakeville, with its namesake lakes and ponds that make it such a beautiful section of Minnesota, and with its beautiful homes and unique small-town charm, make it a great place to buy a.
Lakeville Minnesota Real Estate For Sale
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As its name suggests, Lakeville is to some beautiful lakeside property. Gorgeous lakeside homes on Lake Marion and Orchard Lake as well as public beach accesses make a prime spot for summertime recreation, with fishing, boating, and swimming being popular pastimes. Wintertime affords the opportunity for ice fishing, skating, and other winter events.
But you don’t need to buy a beautiful lakeside in to enjoy the lake life. The Parks and Recreation Department maintain over 60 parks and public properties enabling residents the use of skating rinks, public fishing areas, swimming beaches, and more. And there is much, much more to’s parks than beaches and skating rinks: Between neighborhood and community parks, Lakeville is to baseball and softball fields, volleyball courts, basketball courts, tennis courts, playgrounds, running and biking trails, nature areas, greenways, picnic areas, conservation areas, and a Senior Center and an Arts Center.