Grab the last available lot in this neighborhood with lake views and a family-friendly feel. The neighborhood boasts sidewalks, a neighborhood playground, and grassy walking trails. The Lions Park swimming beach, fishing pier, and boat launch is 4 minutes down Imhoff Ave. This lot is on a slope which allows for an unobstructed view of the lake and a great set-up for a walk-out. Build a deck coming out from the main level and enjoy the sunset over the lake every night.
This neighborhood is in the early development stage with multiple lots that are yet to be built up. However, even when the place is full you will always have your unobstructed view of the lake. The original owner is an architect and has 3 plans drawn up that he is willing to share with the buyer.
The Howard Lake website states “We are a city that is growing in population, business and industry, but still maintains the warmth and friendliness of a small town.” This quaint community resides on the opposite side of the lake 5 minutes from this neighborhood and has all the necessities for a small community such as a library, market, sports facilities, bowling alley, and a county fairgrounds. The town will soon be adding “Central Park” with a splash pad, amphitheater, and new library and senior center. Recreational areas for hiking, fishing, boating, and biking can be found in all directions.
The local elementary school is located 15 minutes south and the middle/high school are only 8. A larger grocery store and more restaurants can be found in the city of Cokato, located 15 minutes to the west. You can also get in a game of golf at Cokato Country Club. Larger big-box stores can be found 25 minutes to the northeast in Buffalo. The Twin Cities are under an hour drive.
Area comps +$35K
Don't have the cash today?
We offer seller financing:
$5,000 down and $543 a month for 4 years
$10,000 down and $406 a month for 4 years
$15,000 down and $350 a month for 3 years
(No penalty for early pay off)
Status: Under Contract
City: Howard Lake
Size: 0.3 acre
Buyer is responsible for researching building restrictions, utilities access, and neighborhood ordinances.