The 2015 Spring Parade of Homes – the event many homebuyers wait for all winter – is upon us, kicking off tomorrow, February 28. This spring, the tour includes 11 Edina homes for sale, priced from $750,000 to more than $1.5 million.
Since space prohibits reviewing all 11 homes for sale in Edina, we thought we’d pick the least and most expensive and the one in the middle of the price range. So, let’s have at it!
Number 254 on the Spring Parade of Homes tour is a home built by JMS Custom Homes. Located in the Edina School District, in the Wyman Place community, this two-story home offers 3,588 square feet of living space, which holds 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
If you’re looking for a home for sale in the Normandale Park neighborhood, you need to visit this home. If you entertain frequently, you really need to visit this home as it’s ideal for entertaining. You’ll love the chef’s kitchen, huge great room and large, grassy backyard.
This home is a Green Path energy-certified home and is listed at $750,000.
If you’re looking for a newly-constructed home for sale in Edina and want to be located in the Edina School District, in one of the city’s most sought-after neighborhoods, view this home.
Built by Refined, LLC, this home has 4,100 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
The open floor plan offers a mud room, three-season porch with a wood-burning fireplace and more. The builder describes the home’s architecture as “A blend of modern Scandinavian and rural Midwestern design influences.”
This home, listed as #261 on the tour, is offered at $1,250,000.
This Mirror Lake stunner was also built by Refined and it’s listed as #256 on the 2015 Spring Parade of Homes. Cape Cod in style, it offers 4,500 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms – including an amazing owner’s suite – and 5 bathrooms.
The home sits on an oversized lot and is located within walking distance to Highlands Park and Highlands Elementary School. It is being offered at $1,595,000.
Visit any of the Parade of Home beauties starting tomorrow through March 29 on Thursdays through Sundays from noon until 6:00 p.m.
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