Little Canada MN Housing
Looking for some Canadian flavor in Minnesota? Consider the thriving community of Little Canada. Little Canada MN real estate offers a lot of choices in single-family and multiple-family housing, including some lakefront properties. Little Canada also offers a diverse population made up of singles, married couples, families, young people and seniors. To start your search for the perfect piece of Little Canada MN real estate, sign up for our monthly home buying seminar. There is no obligation; we are here to help.
Little Canada MN Homes For Sale
Little Canada is almost completely developed. There are a number of advantages in buying in an established town. The neighborhoods of Little Canada are developed with mature trees and landscaping. The quality of workmanship in an existing home may be higher, because the home was probably built when materials and labor were less expensive. Liitle Canada MN homes for sale may also feature recent renovations and may include unique features that you enjoy, like enclosed porches or sunrooms, alleys or a detached garage. If you buy an existing Little Canada home for sale, appliances and window treatment may be included.
Little Canada MN Realtors
To find the perfect Little Canada MN realtors consider experience and expertise in today's tumultuous real estate market. The professionals at the Barker Hedges Group are ready to go to work for you, sifting through current listings to find the gem of a home. One you find your perfect new home, we stay with you to help arrange financing, negotiate the best price possible and attend your closing, all with the goal of providing a seamless real estate experience. As Little Canada MN realtors and natives of the Twin Cities, we know the north metro area of St. Paul well. Call us today.
Little Canada City Information
In 1844, when French Canadian settler Benjamin Gervais claimed land in the area to establish Minnesota's first grist mill, which today is Little Canada's City Park. It was named New Canada in 1858, and became an official city in 1974.
With a population just under 10,000, this medium-sized city is just minutes from downtown St. Paul and downtown Minneapolis, and offers a number of parks within the city limits. Every August, Little Canada hosts Canadian Days with lots of family-centered entertainment. Adult and youth residents can also choose from a wide variety of activities through the Parks & Recreation Department.