Hopkins Minnesota Real Estate Offered by Coldwell Banker
Hopkins is a small town just three miles from, with about 17,000 residents and 8,000 households in a little more than four square miles of land. While the town might lose some attention, being surrounded by three major suburbs: Minnetonka, St. Louis Park, and, Hopkins has its own attractions that make it a wonderful place to buy a.
Hopkins’ real estate may not compare to’s posh rolling hills, but it certainly is affordable. Whether you are buying a for the first time, buying a townhome, buying a townhouse, and are still wondering how to buy a for the first time, or whether you are just looking to buy a conveniently close to the excitement and economy of, Hopkins is a wonderful city to call.
Hopkins Minnesota Real Estate For Sale
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Despite being comparatively small, Hopkins has enough parks to rival some of the Twin Cities’ larger suburbs. The City of Public Works Department maintains 18 total parks and nature areas. Those parks include three tennis courts, two volleyball courts, two football/soccer fields, one baseball field, nine softball fields, and six basketball fields, all publicly maintained and free to use. The city also maintains ten playgrounds, a skate park, a horseshoe court, a public beach, an archery range, two canoe launches, and, in the winter, a large number of ice skating rinks, hockey rinks, and sledding hills.
But homes have more to offer than just parks. The landscape, while almost fully developed, is still wooded, and features a number of ponds and creeks. Hopkins is also connected to four major trail systems that run along the Twin Cities’ lakeshore properties and through its wooded areas, making recreational walking, jogging, and biking easily accessibly from any home.