Real Estate agents in Mound MN also sell homes in the surrounding communities around Lake Minnetonka. The Realtors that know Lake Minnetonka Real Estate well, tend to know the value of living in Mound Minnesota. There are Realtors that specialize in Lake Minnetonka Real Estate, Real Estate agents that specialize in Mound Real Estate and even more specifically Realtors that specialize in certain styles or real estate in Mound, MN. The best real estate agents in Mound MN are the ones that know the area well, the market well, and know the specific style of home you are looking for well. If you are buying a town house in Mound, MN than you want an a realtor that sells a lot of town houses in Mound. If you are looking for new construction in Mound, you will want a real estate agent that has a back ground in new construction around the Mounda area.
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Boundaries: North: Minnetrista; East: Spring Park; South: Lake Minnetonka; West: Minnetrista; area: 4 square miles
Mound, located at the west end of Lake Minnetonka, about ten miles west of Wayzata on Highway 15, covers approximately 17 miles of shoreline around Cook's Bay in Upper Lake Minnetonka. Named for the ancient Indian mounds that are located within the city limits, Mound was also a tum of the century resort destination with three fine hotels, including Hotel Buena Vista. Today Mound has a large commercial area and feels more like a working city than either Wayzata or Excelsior. Generally speaking, this end of the Jake is far more affordable than the east end, but the commute to the Twin Cities on two-lane Highway 15 is a killer. Housing in Mound generally consists of single-family homes, but there are some apartments. While some tum-of-the-century lake cabins have been modernized, many of Mound's homes were built during the housing boom of the 1970s.
Web Site: www.cityofmound.com
Area Code: 952
Zip Code: 55364
Post Office: 5501 Shoreline Drive, 800-275-8777
City Hall: 5341 Maywood Road, 952-472-0600
Police non-emergency: 952-472-0621
Fire non-emergency: 952-472-0600
Hospital: Waconia Ridgeview Medical Center, 500 South Maple Street, Waconia, 952-442-2191, www.ridgeviewmedical.org
Library: 2079 Commerce Boulevard, 952-473-4105
School: Westonka District #277, 952-491-8000
Community Publication: Mound, The Laker, 952-472-1140
Bus Transportation: For routes and schedules call the MCTO, 612- 373-3333, www.metrotransilorg.
Express Route 75: Downtown Minneapolis, Louisiana Avenue Transit Center, 1-394 & County Road 73 Park&. Ride, Ridgedale, Long Lake, Mound; Route 78: Mound, Spring Park
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