Lilydale MN Real Estate
The City of Lilydale is located under ten miles from the Twin Cities, meaning both Minneapolis and St. Paul are well within reach. With a population of just over 600 people, this city is one of the smallest in the state. This largely residential community offers access to the Mississippi River and a small town atmosphere while remaining close to the big city amenities.
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Lilydale MN Information
Lilydale is part of Dakota County and has a fully developed system of state parks and preserves. Residents of Lilydale have a multitude of outdoor recreational activities from which to choose year round. The area has many lakes for residents to access which offer a myriad of water activities throughout the year.
Lilydale MN Homes for Sale
Nearly all the homes in Lilydale are single-family detached homes with plenty of variety in terms of architectural style. Lilydale is largely a family town. The median age of Lilydale residents is mid-30s, and the average Lilydale family has school age children. It’s a wonderful town for raising a family, mingling the quiet peace of a small town or suburb with easy access to not one but two major cities.
Lilydale is part of Minnesota Independent School District #197, served by one elementary school. Students from Lilydale attend the award winning Henry Sibley High School and the Friendly Hills Middle School.
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