They don’t build ’em like this any more. A well constructed, one owner rambler in the charming hamlet of Lauderdale. Its huge footprint is ready for your own finishes and updates. Tons of unfinished lower level space, perfect for equity building.
Three bedrooms all on the main floor are complemented by a full and ½ bath. The kitchen is huge, and the living and dining rooms are wide open, with beautiful built-in buffet/cabinets. Come see it today!
- One Story
- 3 bedrooms (all on main floor)
- 2 bathroom (full and 1/2 both on main floor)
- 1 car attached
- Wood burning fireplace lower level family room
- 2133 total finished sq ft
- 1552 main floor finished sq ft (1552 sq ft foundation size)
- One owner home
LAUDERDALE: “The Island in the Metro,” resides conveniently between Minneapolis and St. Paul. Bounded by the U of M golf course to the east, and the Midland Hills Country Club to the north, Lauderdale is one of the best cities to live in the Twin Cities.
RESTAURANTS & SHOPS: All your favorite restaurants and breweries are all nearby. Indeed, Able, and Bauhaus Brew are all down the road to NE Mpls and Surly to the south. The thriving Rosedale Mall will take care of all your shopping needs. Don’t forget to visit the mall’s new food hall when you get hungry.
SCHOOLS: Your home resides within the Roseville Public School District, specifically within the boundaries of the Brimhall Elementary, Roseville Middle and Roseville High School.
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA: The St. Paul campus is just down the road. Visit the Bell Museum, cheer on the Gophers at a soccer game, or tour the extensive lawns, flowers, trees at the University research farm plot. The St. Paul campus is a greener and quieter campus. It has a grassy mall of its own and can be a bit of a retreat from the more urban Minneapolis campus.
CONVENIENT COMMUTING: Whether it’s by bus or by car, the neighborhood is conveniently located near the bus lines, Hwy 280 and Larpenteur Ave which will get you into Minneapolis and St. Paul in minutes.
STATE FAIR: Nearby is the “The Great Minnesota Get-Together”. Only 3 miles away by foot or a bus ride down the street, it’s nice to have the MN State Fairgrounds so close to start a cherished end-of-summer tradition. The world-class showcase of agriculture, entertainment, food, art, science and industry is always 12 days long ending Labor Day.
COMO ZOO: Also just down the road is the Como Park Zoo & Conservatory. The free park will overwhelm your senses with unique experiences. The zoo’s exhibits of exotic animals include gorillas, giraffe, polar bears, sea lions, tigers, and orangutans just to name a few. Tropical Encounters exhibit will immerse you in the sights, sounds, and smells of a South American rainforest. The stunning conservatory gardens include seasonal flower shows, tropical gardens, orchids, ferns, bonsai and a world renowned Japanese Garden.