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Found 3 blog entries for September 2021.

Fall is in the air here in the Midwest and with fall comes some of the most gorgeous temperatures and outdoor sights! We have compiled a list of some of our top fall activities in the Twin Cities and beyond, take a look below! 


Check out the MN Fall color finder

This is more of a tool than an activity, but we find it so helpful! The MN fall color finder is a helpful source put out by the MN DNR, this color coded map helps you stay up-to-date with the state’s leaf colors. Plus, they link to state parks and trails to help you plan phenomenal hikes.
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Take a drive on a winding country road

Explore MN has created a fantastic list of the 10 must-see fall color drives in Minnesota. The drives range from the Saint Croix River…

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Bryn Mawr is located directly west of downtown Minneapolis within the Calhoun-Isles community. The neighborhood is surrounded by nature and bound by parkland: Theodore Wirth Park to the north and west, Bassett Creek to the north, Bryn Mawr Meadows to the east, and Cedar Lake Park to the south. Bryn Mawr has a unique character with much to love (and gardens everywhere!). Predominantly residential, this area boasts a variety of home styles along with plenty of recreational activities. Not to mention, it is hard to get a location more convenient to downtown Minneapolis. The Penn Avenue entrance to I-394 gives easy access to the whole metro area. 


Theodore Wirth Parkway

Theodore Wirth Parkway on the west side of Bryn Mawr is a beautiful travel…

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Goodbye Summer

September always seems to be filled with mixed emotions. On one hand, it's still warm out and there's plenty of fun outdoor things to do that keep us happy - such as stuffing our faces at the Great Minnesota Get-Together. On the other hand, we all know cooler days are on the horizon, so we button up our flannel, head to the apple orchard, and sprinkle extra cinnamon on that pumpkin spiced latte. 

But what about the local real estate market? How does that react to the change in season? Does it care if it's cold or warm out? Or whether it needs to think about finally getting snow tires this year to get up that absurdly steep driveway? Or is it remotely possible that real estate shifts are more based on large societal trends such as the…

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