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Jeffrey D. Kletscher, Broker/Owner
320 W HWY 2
Floodwood, MN 55736
Office: (218) 476-2069
Email: Jeffrey Kletscher
Northland Woods-N-Water Realty
Northland Woods-N-Water Realty is ready to help you make your move to Floodwood, Minnesota, located in St. Louis County, where you will enjoy small town living near the St. Louis, Savanna and Floodwood Rivers. Not only do we have many homes for sale, we also offer Hunting and Recreational Land, Commercial Businesses for sale, Building Lots, Hunting Camps and River Frontage Property. If you are ready to enjoy a simpler lifestyle and great outdoor activities such as the Floodwood Riverwalk, Snowmobile Trails, Fall Festivals and Car Shows, check out our Minnesota Property Listings. Have you ever visited a new place and just felt that “wow” inside you? That’s how we feel about Floodwood, MN. Head to the western end of Lake Superior and you’ll see our favorite Minnesota community. You will be surprised by some of the unique things and places you can explore at this hidden destination. Floodwood is roughly halfway between Duluth and Grand Rapids along U.S. Highway 2 & State Highway 73 at the junctions of the Floodwood River & East Savanna River with the Saint Louis River. St. Louis County is known for its spectacular natural beauty, lakes, & trout streams. We at Northland Woods-N-Water pride ourselves on the established reputation we’ve built in the Floodwood community. We understand real estate but more importantly we understand the lakes, the fishing, the people, the culture, & the terrain in Saint Louis County giving us a great advantage when it comes to buying or selling any residential, commercial, hunting land, recreational acreage, cabins, waterfront properties, & investment properties in the area.
Floodwood, Minnesota is known for all the spectacular natural beauty that’s held within. Besides being a gateway to the North Shore of Lake Superior (the world’s largest freshwater lake) St. Louis County has 1,000 lakes & hundreds of miles of rivers & trout streams so your recreational opportunities are truly endless. For those interested in canoeing, kayaking, boating or fishing Voyageurs National Park is the place for you. The park is known for its outstanding water resources. There are several boat ramps throughout the park to help you get started on your outdoor adventures. Visitors enjoy exploring the park’s lakes & islands when they aren’t fishing for Walleye, Northern pike, Muskellunge, Smallmouth bass or even Crappie. Seal the night at your campsite that is only accessible by water with a good campfire and some stargazing. After you have enjoyed a peaceful night in nature find a hiking trail for you & keep exploring. There are over 50 miles of hiking trails to choose from in Voyageurs Park. Like many lakes in Minnesota the winter poses no problem; take in the snow & enjoy ice fishing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, or snowshoe hiking! This is all held within one National Park. Can you imagine the possibilities you have with Superior National Forest, Savanna Portage State Park, the St. Louis River, & Lake Superior nearby?! You can truly make anything possible in this recreational oasis!
The upper Midwest state is known for its polite residents, memorable winters, & thousands of sparkling lakes. With Highway 2 cutting through Floodwood, Minnesota you are free to explore most of the state & the beauty that’s held inside. Minnesota itself contains over 10 acres of lakes & 69,200 miles of rivers & streams which flow in three directions: north to Hudson Bay in Canada, east to the Atlantic Ocean, & south to the Gulf of Mexico giving you a variety of wildlife & environment to discover. After you’ve taken the time to uncover some of Minnesota’s land, wildlife, recreational acreage, national forests, lakes, & historical monuments consider the drive to Bloomington, Minnesota which holds the biggest mall in the country, the Mall of America, which stretches across a total of 4.3 miles of store front footage! Minnesota also has more miles of bike trails than any other state; it’s a cyclist’s paradise! As you can see you will have no shortage of fun when living in the Minnesota area, there is an activity for everyone. When you’re ready grab the RV, haul the boat, load up the family, keep an eye out for bald eagles, deer, black bears, moose, or otters, & make the visit to Floodwood, Minnesota.
Should you decide to make Floodwood, Minnesota or its surrounding areas your new home our agents would be pleased to assist you with that. Maybe you are simply looking to move down the street & stay within the St. Louis County community we would be glad to help with that as well. Northland Woods-N-Water is licensed to help the entire state of Minnesota. This means that we can list your home in Floodwood & help find you a new home in town or anywhere in the state. Our team of licensed real estate agents are dedicated to their clients & searching for the perfect location, size, & requirements they are seeking. Our Minnesota Realtors have served the community for many years so we are familiar with recreational pieces, in town homes, seasonal cabins, waterfront homes, & waterfront lands, commercial buildings, commercial land, & much more. We understand land, water, minerals & all that is necessary to maximize value for our clients. Our brokers and agents are passionate about the Minnesota outdoors & are proud to work and play in the outdoor setting we all love so much. If you choose the Northland Woods-N-Water team you are sure to get honesty, integrity, accountability, & knowledge.
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