Here are some Burnsville townhomes and condos that are currently listed on the Northstar MLS/IDX (broker reciprocity.)
See ALL MLS/IDX listed Burnsville townhomes and condos for sale at this link.
See all detached Burnsville MN townhomes (as available).
Burnsville MN is the kind of town where everyone’s idea of a good time is a car-seat check by the PD. OK, maybe that was an understatement. Actually, there is more excitement here than that; in fact there are so many entertainment and retail venues here that people who move south of the Minnesota River to towns like Shakopee and Savage discover that there is really not much reason to head back over the river to find shopping, dining and entertainment. Egan Drive (Hwy 42) is a sprawling complex of stores and commercial outlets that comes to a head at Burnsville Center, a large shopping mall at the southwest quadrant of I 35W and Hwy 42. In addition to an unlimited selection of stores and restaurants, Burnsville even has its own downhill skiing facility called Buck Hill, which is about the only place of its type in the metro area, and has been used to train olympic ski champions. People who move into Burnsville townhomes enjoy the ultimate convenient lifestyle. Burnsville is transected by I-35W, so a commute to almost anywhere in the rest of the Twin Cities Metro area. This is a location that is close to big city amenities but has plenty of its own.
A few fun facts about Burnsville:
- 2500 successful businesses
- Over 200 healthcare-related businesses
- Over 140 IT businesses
- 9th in manufacturing in Minnesota
- 8th in retail in Minnesota
Burnsville townhomes are popular with home buyers who want to save money. Prices on townhouses in Burnsville are significantly less than those of comparable units in suburbs on the north side of the Minnesota River.
Selection of Burnsville townhomes stretches across a wide range of styles and price brackets. Upper bracket townhouses at Summit Shores boast lake views, walk out basements, and upgrades like maple hardwood floors. Condos by the police station on Nicollet Avenue can be purchased in the 20’s and 20’s. You can find everything in between, including detached townhomes, one levels, and two story slab-on-grade units that were built by Pulte, Rottlund, and Centex.