EDINA MN LUXURY HOMES FOR SALE & REAL ESTATE
Edina is the most affluent Twin Cities suburb with the most million dollar plus Edina luxury homes for sale in Minnesota. Edina luxury homes lifestyle lends itself to upper bracket homes, with quality retail and boutiques at Galleria, and 50th & France; top-of-the-line medical care at Fairview and a host of Greater Southdale Area clinics and physicians; award-winning parks and recreation facilities; and the top school district in the state. In fact, Minnesota’s most luxurious and exclusive real estate available is Edina homes for sale. Edina has the most well-established, well-known luxury home neighborhood in the Twin Cities, including Edina Country Club, a collection of 500 homes historically preserved in a variety of classic styles; Rolling Green, a small subdivision of ultra luxury homes and estates; and Indian Hills, a collection of luxury homes surrounded by two beautiful lakes and gently rolling hills. In recent years, hundreds of new construction luxury homes have been built, mainly in Northeast Edina neighborhoods such as Arden Park, Minnehaha Woods, Morningside, and Golf Terrace Heights.
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When the “weather outside is frightful,” a beautiful holiday light display can really make the difference! Edina home owners really get into the spirit with beautiful, elegant, and timeless lighting displays, big and small. Here is a roundup and a great video from this year showcasing the best locations for viewing holiday and Christmas lights in Edina.
New England is not just the home to the first Thanksgiving, it’s the birthplace of American home architecture and design. The colonists brought with them their sense of European design, with all the hallmarks of Greek and Roman typology, but they also adapted these influences to what they found on the ground in the New World. Here are a few of the most popular colonial design types inspired by New England.