Minnesota Waterfront Homes for Sale


One of Minnesota’s nicknames is “Land of 10,000 Lakes”, meant to indicate the sheer wealth of lakes, measuring in size from large to very small. But there are another 1,000 lakes on top of that number.

The majority of the State’s residents collect themselves close to one of the larger cities. Minneapolis and St. Paul, the Twin Cities, are surprisingly sophisticated and cosmopolitan, particularly among their arts and culture sectors. This propensity for the population to huddle close together may be why Minnesota is proud to be one of the most successful states when it comes to having a literate population.

Geologically, the layers of rock that lie beneath the surface of Minnesota are ancient: limestone, basalt, gneiss, and granite. The southeastern corner of Minnesota may be ripe for the development of sink-holes. In fact, the small town of Fountain, Minnesota is nicknamed “Sinkhole Capital of the World” for its large number of sinkholes. Groves of trees out in the middle of fields look to be standing up to the middle of their trunks in deep, circular depressions. Geologists explain that sinkholes occur when the underground rock strata, typically limestone that has been formed into cave-like honeycombs, crumbles under the weight of the earth. Some sinkholes are small and others are very large.

Large retail giants that got their start in Minnesota: Target, Best Buy, and 3M. Target, an upscale department store, continues to cut into deeper markets in all kinds of communities. Part tourist spectacle and part mall, the Twin Cities Mall of America still holds the award for world’s largest mall. It has a small amusement park inside it, complete with roller coaster.

National Public Radio show, A Prairie Home Companion, comes live each week from its home venue, The Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul. This show has garnered a cult following unusual for radio. Populated by a predominantly Nordic ancestry, a large number of Minnesotans eat lutefisk, a whitefish preserved in lye. From October to November each year small towns around the state sponsor Lutefisk dinners. Locals may gorge themselves at community style sit-down dinners where featured Norwegian delicacies include lutefisk and lefse, a thin tortilla-like sweet bread that is often spread with butter and brown sugar

3 Bed | 2 Bath | Guest Cabin on Little Stone Lake

Brimson, St Louis County, Minnesota

Northern MN lake living home or getaway! 3Bd, 2Ba, 2Car Detached heated Garage manufactured home, plus a bonus cabin for your guest to stay and enjoy the lake with you. This all sits on 1.18 acres of land with a well and compliant septic system. Imagine waking up and having breakfast overlooking the lake at your new hideaway. Outside decks, covered porch, Firepit, Gardens, beautiful dock, and more are yours if you act quickly. Hurry and make your own personal showing appt today before it’s gone! The Loons are calling you ??

Jessica Bellefeuille , Coldwell Banker Realty

1.18 ACRES
1393 SQ FT


Single level living on Elliot Lake | Eveleth, MN

Eveleth, St Louis County, Minnesota

This traditional single-level slab home will be a great place to relax and enjoy lake life! It has 4 bedrooms 1 3/4 Baths and gives you a beautiful rural escape from the busy and hustle of work. You have the ability to be in Duluth in 45min by car or Eveleth in 15min for shopping, dining or maybe just a movie. You can see the lake while working in the kitchen or dining room. Picture yourself relaxing in your living room and looking out the 2 large windows at the changing seasons on the lake or enjoying the many possibilities of Lake living. Engineered hardwood floors throughout the house along with Geothermal heat and central air just makes life more enjoyable. Make an appointment today and experience this beautiful house and location!

Jessica Bellefeuille , Coldwell Banker Realty

0.64 ACRES
1728 SQ FT

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