What a wonderful time of year! Fall Parade of Homes, the perfect season for beautiful days and chilly nights. PERFECT for a stunning fireplace. Which homes will you go see this weekend? Make sure to check out all 7 of our Creative Homes!
Forest Lake, MN | Hugo, MN | Lake Elmo, MN | Stillwater, MN | Hudson, WI
What do you like in a fireplace, rustic, modern? We have them all! Which fireplace is your favorite?
19789 Farnham Road, Forest Lake, MN 55025 | Headwaters Neighborhood
Fall Parade of Homes #168: 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms | 2,756 sq ft.
$455,000 | Other Homes From $331,900
15826 Ethan Trail N, Hugo, MN 55038 | Prairie Village Neighborhood
Fall Parade of Homes #169: 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms | 2,762 sq ft.
$495,000 | Other Homes From $351,900
9123 Jade Circle N., Lake Elmo, MN 55042 | Boulder Ponds Neighborhood
Fall Parade of Homes #207: 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms | 2,983 sq ft.
$495,000 | Other Homes From $350,000
4124 Lady Slipper Rd, Lake Elmo, MN 55042 | Village Preserve Neighborhood
Fall Parade of Homes #219: 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms | 3,359 sq ft.
$565,000 | Other Homes From $409,900
3766 Pete Miller Ave, Baytown Township, MN 55082 | Miller Farms Neighborhood
Fall Parade of Homes #230: 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms | 3,898 sq ft.
$835,000 | Other Homes From $590,000
102 Heritage Blvd, Hudson, WI 54016 | Heritage Greens Neighborhood
Fall Parade of Homes #237: 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms | 2,544 sq ft.
$400,000 | Other Homes From $280,000
371 Meadow Valley Trail, Hudson, WI 54016 | Meadow Valley of Troy Neighborhood
Fall Parade of Homes #239: 4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Bathrooms | 3,334 sq ft.
$640,000 | Other Homes From $469,900
Stillwater, known as the “birthplace of Minnesota,” is a popular place to both live and visit. Located on the St. Croix River across from the state of Wisconsin, Stillwater has a thriving historic downtown and was recently voted one of the Top Ten prettiest towns by Forbes magazine. Additionally, Stillwater has been voted as: America’s Most Picturesque Small Towns, Best American Towns for Fall Colors, Best U.S. Towns for Antiquing, Best Twin Cities Day Trips, Best Minnesota Weekend Getaway, America’s Prettiest Painted Places, and Most Romantic Cities.
Lake Elmo is located adjacent to Lake Elmo Park Reserve. The city has a rural feel to it due to much farmland within its city limits, but it offers convenient access to both I-94 and I-694. The City of Lake Elmo is home to 18 Parks. They are magnets for organized sports, casual play, hiking, cross-county skiing, horseback riding, picnicking, relaxation, nature appreciation, and a variety of other outdoor activities.
Hugo is located 21 miles from downtown St. Paul. It offers a mix of rural and suburban living, Residents enjoy the use of many lakes, some of them very small and quiet, with natural, unspoiled shorelines. Hugo’s recent residential growth has fueled an emerging retail and commercial market, bringing many new businesses and services to the community.
Hudson is located in Wisconsin along the St. Croix River. It’s historic downtown is a favorite tourist draw, with locally owned restaurants and shops, and a thriving arts scene. It’s laid-back lifestyle has made Hudson one of the fastest growing cities in Wisconsin, growing by more than 50% since 2000.
Forest Lake is an attractive, family-friendly suburban community located on one of Minnesota’s 100 largest lakes. It is located in the northwestern corner of Washington County, conveniently to Highways 35E and 35W. The city is home to the Forest Lake Area School District 831, which provides excellent teachers, challenging curriculum, technology, high standards and a safe learning environment.
Baytown Township is an urban Township located along the St. Croix River in east central Washington County. Residents enjoy a rural lifestyle, while maintaining close proximity to the city. The Township was organized in 1858. Because of its location on Lake St. Croix, the river was a thoroughfare of the Ojibwe and Dakota Indians, and fur traders also frequented the area.
Each year, the Cathedral of Saint Paul welcomes over 200,000 guests and visitors. The Cathedral is recognized as a historical landmark, one of the most prominent buildings in the city and as a center of spiritual worship. The Cathedral dominates the skyline and is situated on the highest point in downtown Saint Paul. For the wider community, as well as for its parishioners, the Cathedral provides opportunities to enhance appreciation for the arts.
The Science Museum, founded in 1907, now touches the lives of over a million people every year through visits and traveling exhibitions. The museum has more than 370,000 square feet of space devoted to dinosaurs, the human body, hands-on experiments, math, the Mississippi river, Native American culture and more. There are five permanent galleries, a 10,000-square-foot temporary exhibit gallery, 10 acres of outdoor exhibits, and an Imax Convertible Dome Omnitheater to make learning fun, accessible and authentic.
Como Park has provided a balanced combination of fun, family and education for over 100 years. Its mission is to “inspire the public to value the presence of living things in our lives.” Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is open 365 days a year and admission is free. Highlights include an impressive array of animals from anacondas to zebras, a carousel, 13 distinctive gardens, and Como Town, a small-family oriented theme park with 18 rides and attractions.