What’s On The Market: Large Acreage

Considered a “flyover state,” Minnesota has several rural areas with large-acreage properties. Whether you have horses, a farm or just appreciate the peace and quiet, the market currently has properties to fit every lifestyle.

Starting on the smaller end of the spectrum, here are the most affordable large-acreage properties in the Twin Cities.

555 Bear Avenue North in Vadnais Heights 

On the market for $125,000, this property is meant for a buyer with ideas of their own. The idea behind the house is a tear down and rebuild with several options to enjoy the 2.61 acres.

21020 Clemwood Drive in Prior Lake

The value is in the land with this 3.28 acre property. The house is required to be torn down at the time of sale, leaving plenty of potential for a custom build. The land is located in a wonderful neighborhood close to the freeways and good Prior Lake schools.

4385 South Robert Trail in Eagan

This 2 bedroom, 1 bath home is located on 2.18 acres of land. The home could use some TLC but at $169,900 there is unlimited potential for making this land what you want in a great school district.

On the higher end, here are the largest acreage properties on the market in the Twin Cities.

2820 County Road 24 in Medina

Sprawling across 23.22 acres, this beautiful farmhouse property includes a 9-stall barn perfect for horses and barn animals. You’ll just need a cool $5 million to buy it.

20900 Dubarry Trail in Farmington

This property has the most acreage on the market in the Twin Cities at 129 acres. The value is in the land but the home is newer. Also included is a barn and outdoor buildings to accommodate farming.

1401 70th Street E in Inver Grove Heights

With 8 beds and 13 bathrooms, this 78-acre setting has incredible views from any room. Also included is a 7 acre pond, a 10-car garage and a greenhouse for $3 million.

If you’re interested in viewing any of these large acreage properties or seeing what else in on the market, please visit our website or contact us.

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