Thursday, September 12, 2019

521 1st Street North, Montrose, Minnesota

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4 BEDROOMS

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2240 Square Feet

 

Beautiful 4 BR home on over a 1/2 acre lot, backing up to pond and green space! Open layout with lots of room! 3 Bedrooms on upper level, full bath with tiled shower surround & in-floor heat! Spacious Master suite w/large walk-in closet and master bath with custom shower tile surround! Master bedroom walks out to patio. The Family room has surround wiring & gorgeous stone fireplace! You will also Love the insulated & heated garage, huge deck and upgraded appliances! This home has it all!

 
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Friday, September 6, 2019

10 Fun Things to do in September Twin Cities

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10 Fun things to do in September in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas

                            
It's Fall!  The kids are back to school, the air is feeling cooler, the leaves are changing.  It can be a great time to get out and see the fall colors and enjoy!
Here are a few activities to help fight the end of summer blues.

1.  The Vikings have to be #1 on my list.  Head down to the amazing USBank Stadium and catch the excitement and fun of being there live!  Go early and check out all of the tailgaters, grab breakfast with some live music at McKinney Roe, but make sure you leave time to walk around the stadium before the Vikings horns blare!
https://www.vikings.com/schedule/

2. Wayzata is such a great area to walk around town, stroll by the lake, ogle the boats and visit some great shops and restaurants. On September 6-8th they are hosting their annual James J Hill Days, with live music, cars and of course lots of food.
https://jamesjhilldays.com/street-dance/

3. If you prefer a trip up north, Aitkin is having their annual Harvest Moon Brew Fest on Saturday, September 7th, with tons of great breweries there to sample along with live music and food. When in Aitkin, make sure to visit the shops and the new Block North Brew Pub has fantastic food and atmosphere!
https://www.glaciallakesbrewers.org/hmbf.html

4. Have you been craving some gyros or baklava?  I have just the place for you! September 6-8th will be the annual Greek festival in Minneapolis.  There will be Greek music, dancing and a lot of great food!
https://mplsgreekfest.org/

5. How about heading over to St.Paul for a show?  The Ordway is a beautiful theater, and September 10-22nd Smokey Joe's Cafe is playing.  Make sure to go early and see the newly revamped Rice Park and catch dinner at Pazzaluna or Kincaids--if you get there early enough, they both have great happy hours!
https://ordway.org/event/smokey-joes-cafe/

6. There is nothing better than canoeing the river on a beautiful fall day!  Lucky for us there are a lot of options close by, with the St. Croix, Mississippi, Rum, etc...  Having a cabin in Wisconsin means we cross the border and canoe on the Namekagon River, which flows in to the St. Croix, there isn't much paddling required and the fall scenery is amazing!
https://pardunscanoerental.com/

7. September 14th is the annual Rails and Ales brewery tour in Minneapolis and St. Paul.  Ride the train around to different breweries and enjoy lots of different beers, foodtrucks and live music.  A fun way to experience the cities.
https://getknitevents.com/rails-ales/

8. If you haven't spent much time in historic St.Paul, fall could be a great time to explore.  There is a Summit Avenue Walking tour which gives you some of the history on the old mansions, and our famous residents. You can tour the James J Hill House and don't miss out on seeing the grandeur of the Cathedral.  When you are finished visit some great restaurants, including historic W.A. Frost.
https://www.exploreminnesota.com/things-to-do/22463/summit-avenue-walking-tour

9. If you are German, you know what happens in September: Oktoberfest!  There are many great places to experience Oktoberfest but I think the most fun and definitely the best food is at Gasthof Zur Gem├╝tlichkeit Oktoberfest in Northeast Minneapolis.  It runs September 20-October 12th.  Make sure you make a dinner reservation (or you can purchase food outside)  and then head out to the big tent after dinner to enjoy the live music, dancing, beer, and all around shenanigans! Ziggy Zoggy Ziggy Zoggy Oi Oi Oi
http://www.gasthofzg.com/oktoberfest.html

10. Fall is always a great time to hike and what better fall scenery than Taylors Falls!
Right near downtown, you will have amazing views and fun hiking.  After hiking visit Chateau St. Croix Winery or have dinner at Tangled Up in Blue!
https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/park.html?id=spk00178#homepage



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Friday, August 30, 2019

9103 Archer Ln N, Maple Grove, MN

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4 BEDROOMS | 3 Baths (1 full, 1 half, 1 ¾ bath ) BATHROOMS | 3162 SqFt

Beautiful 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath townhome. All living facilities on one level with finished walkout lower level. Spacious rooms, open concept, vaulted main level, bay windows, solid six-panel doors, and recessed lighting. Beautiful sunroom with an attached deck. Lots of storage space. Unfinished lower level space could be finished to add a media room exercise room, or office. Great location near retail, medical, restaurants, and entertainment. Special financing available. Don't let this one get away.

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Wednesday, July 31, 2019

10 Fun Things to Do in August


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10 Fun things to do in August in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas



We can all feel it...the end of summer is around the corner!  It's August, the time to complete your summer bucket list. Hopefully you are all getting "up north" to a cabin or lake.  Here is a list of other fun activities to enjoy in August.

1.  Uptown Art Fair is this weekend (August 2-4)!  A great time to check out local art and food.
http://www.uptownminneapolis.com/

2.  KW Party in the Park. August 7th from 4-8pm, Lake Orono, Elk River.  This is a great event with lots of free food and a free classic car show, along with other food and vendors.   https://www.facebook.com/events/326583294661221/?active_tab=about

3. If you read last month, you saw Duluth on this list...well in case you didn't make it up there in July, you must get up there in August.  A great time to go would be August 11-13th when the Tall Ships come in to port.  This is quite a sight, and you can get up close to some amazing boats.
https://www.duluth.com/event/parade-of-tall-ships/

4. Nisswa is a fun place to visit in the summer.  Lots of cute shops and fun things to do.  In town you can swing in to Big Axe brewery or hit the Chocolate Ox for a delicious treat.  Drive over to Zorbaz for lunch by the lake and one of my favorite things to do is head over to Grandview Lodge and check out their amazing grounds, shops and sit on the veranda with a specialty cocktail from their outdoor bar.
It's Nisswa Crazy Days August 9-11. http://www.nisswa.com/

5. August 9-11, Harriet Island is hosting the Irish Fair. With lots of music, dance, food and fun!
https://www.irishfair.com/about-irish-fair

6. Looking for something fun to do on Friday nights?  Princeton has car races!  Bring the kids!
http://www.princetonspeedway.com/

7. A recurring spot on these lists is Mears Park, it seems there is always something happening there and August 17th happens to be the St.Paul Food Truck Festival.
http://www.uptownfoodtruckfestival.com/st-paul/#stpaul

8. There are some great shows in town this month!  Guys and Dolls is playing at the Guthrie, and Fiddler on the Roof is at the Orpheum, so head down and make a night of it with dinner and a show!
https://www.guthrietheater.org/shows-and-tickets/2018-2019-season/guys-and-dolls/
https://hennepintheatretrust.org/events/fiddler-on-the-roof-broadway-tickets-orpheum-theatre-minneapolis-mn-2019/

9. The next two items just cannot be left off of a Minnesotans August To-Do-List!
The Renaissance festival begins August 17th.
http://www.renaissancefest.com/

10. And Last but certainly not least, The Great Minnesota Get Together- The Minnesota State Fair starts August 22nd and runs through Labor Day.  Let's be honest we are there for two things, the food- (Corn Dogs, Corn on the Cob drenched in butter, Sweet Martha's Cookies, Cheese Curds)- and the Giant Slide!
https://www.mnstatefair.org/



**Special thanks this month to Kellie Bauer for referring Howard and Jodie on building a beautiful one level townhome in Princeton!
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Tuesday, July 2, 2019

10 Fun things to do in July

10 Fun things to do in July in Twin Cities and surrounding areas



There is nothing better than July in Minnesota!
There are so many things to do, these are just a few of my favorites.

1.  Minnesota and Lakes, the two are inseparable, especially in summer. Going for a walk or a bike ride around the lakes is so fun in the summer.  Whether you walk around Calhoun(oops, Bde Maka Ska) taking in the sailing lessons, or renting a stand up paddleboard or kayak and getting on the lake.  Take a walk around Lake Harriet, and stroll in the rose garden. Stop at Urban Eatery for a bite to eat near Calhoun or it's worth a  short walk to Cafe Ena from Lake Harriet!
Here's a link to view the Lake Harriet bandshell schedule:
 https://www.minneapolisparks.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/2019_lhb_schedule.pdf

2.  I'm always surprised by how many Minnesotans have not visited these iconic Minneapolis sights.
The Cherry and the Spoon, and everything else at the Sculpture gardens, this is such a great activity and they also have mini-golf! When you are finished, take a walk across the pedestrian bridge and go check out St.Mary's Basilica, so beautiful!  If you love music and are not afraid of the crowds The Basilica Block Party is July 12-13 this year and offers up some great music and fun! https://www.basilicablockparty.org/

3. Ok, so you hate baseball and think it is boring!  Never mind that- the St.Paul Saints game  is such fun and the baseball is really secondary. They keep you entertained from the moment you walk through the gates and CHS field is a great venue, with a lot of good food options.  If you want to go out before or after the game, no problem, there are a lot of options, nearby Oxcart has a great rooftop bar, and Birch's Lowertown Taproom has an amazing burger and great beer! http://saintsbaseball.com/

4. Last month St. Paul Lowertown had it's Jazz festival, this month it is the Blues and Funk
fest, July 19-20th in Mears Park, come down and enjoy the music(including Boogie Wonderland!). There will be food trucks, or there are a lot of restaurant options around the park.
http://lowertownbluesfestival.com/

5. Enjoy a fun night out, where you can get up close to the live horse races and do a little betting at Running Aces!  Reserve a table with all of your friends for a fun evening.
https://www.runaces.com/sites/default/files/running_aces_live_racing_pocket_calendar_2019.pdf

6. July 20th Anoka is hosting the Food Truck Festival, with tons of food options, live music and of course beer, 10K being the local favorite!  https://10kbrew.com/event/anoka-food-truck-festival-2/

7. Now here is another iconic Minnesota sight that not everyone has visited, but must!  Minnehaha Falls, with the beautiful falls, walking trails, fun bike rentals, kiddy splash pool, frisbie golf, picnic and grilling spots and of course, Sea Salt restaurant, live mustic, there is so much to offer!
On July 20th they are hosting the Minnehaha Falls Art Fair.  https://www.minnehahafallsartfair.com/

8. Summer is a great time to visit the Arboretum, with miles of walking trails and a plethora of beautiful gardens and flowers, it is impossible to leave here anything but happy! Make a day of it and stop in Excelsior for the cute shops and lunch on lake Minnetonka. (If you have the kids with, head down to Excelsior dock and drop in a few bread crumbs to see the fish jump right out of the water!)

9. While I personally believe there is no bad time to visit Duluth, it is hard to argue that July is the BEST time to visit.  When in Duluth, LakeWalk is a must--beautiful views of the lake, walking through the amazing rose garden with stops along the way at Canal Park Brewing, Boat Club patio overlooking the lake for a martini, stop in for a pint at Sir Benedicts Tavern, and then there is the ice cream stop at PortLand Malt Shoppe.  If you have not visited Glensheen Mansion, I recommend this, as everyone remembers the notoriety of this classic Minnesota house, and the grounds are worth the trip as well. Then there is Enger tower with its hikes and beautiful gardens.  At night, my favorite restaurant is VaBene, with its beautiful glass patio hanging out over Lake Superior, and afterwards, stop by the Rathskeller, speakeasy for a classic cocktail in this amazing historic setting.  There is so much more--Bent Paddle if you like breweries, for one... but I must stop, you can visit yourself and let me know your favorites.

10. This builds off the last one, every summer I try to make it up the North Shore for my birthday.  There are just so many beautiful and awe inspiring stops.  Also, great food!  Again, I could really go on and on, but you should really explore and find your favorites.  Here are a few of mine: Waterfall tour up the shore (https://www.northshorevisitor.com/explore/waterfall-tours/), Betty's pies or The Rustic Inn for pies, (try them both and you decide which is best), Black Sand Beach(make sure you go to the end of the road, so worth it!),  Lutsen Lodge for classic American lake lodge with tons of included activities, and I could write a whole newsletter on my love of Grand Marais, but I will just strongly suggest dinner on the dock at The Angry Trout and a visit to Voyageur Brewing Company upper deck.



**Special thanks this month to Lori Dobel and Carol Larson for referring MaryLou on the sale of her home in Zimmerman!
Referrals are the heart of my business and I appreciate all of you who have referred clients to me in the past and continue to refer their friends and family!

                                    

Thursday, June 6, 2019

One Level Townhome - 26146 Woodview Lane, Zimmerman, MN

26146 Woodview Lane, Zimmerman, MN

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2 BEDROOMS | 2 Baths (1 full, 1 ¾ bath ) BATHROOMS | 1456 SqFt

One level living at its best! 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car garage. Freshly updated!

Private patio with views of nature and park land. Turn-key and ready to enjoy!

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Jill Nungesser

Realtor
Keller Williams Realty Integrity Northwest
612-644-6890
Licensed In: MN

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