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Living in the Twin Cities

Interesting homes & fun spots in Minneapolis-St. Paul.

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Redfin Agent Chris Prescott was born and raised in Minnesota and has more than 20 years of real estate experience in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.

Modern sanctuary at Cedar Lake.

Well-kept craftsman that's close to light rail and both downtowns.

Catch a Minnesota Twins game at Target Field.

Enjoy the Minnesota woods from this 1968 Falcon Heights home.

A stunning penthouse apartment on Marquette Ave in downtown Minneapolis.

This converted mansion in the Lowry Hill neighborhood retains its 1914 charm.

This sunlit 1940s tudor overlooks Lake Nokomis.

Incredible Minnesota River views from this Mendota home.

Gastof's zur Gemütlichkeit! is a great place to enjoy Germanic culture and beers.

Serious wraparound library under a coved roof.

These lights show some mid-century style in this remodeled Golden Valley home.

The Minneapolis Queen Riverboat offers a unique view of the skyline.

Exquisite Tudor on a prestigious block just a block from Lake Harriet.

You could own a working horse farm in Grove Heights!

The Minnesota State Fair is a late summer attraction all to itself.

Downtown condo with views of St. Paul Cathedral, the Capital, and the Minnesota skyline.

Well-kept 1891 Victorian in the Summit-University neighborhood.

Rojo Mexican Grill is a great happy hour spot.

A stately brick federal with bluff views on a prime St. Paul block.

The St. Paul Grill is a fancier restaurant with a beautiful bar.

Panoramic lake view on the north end of New Brighton's Long Lake.

Lofted living room that looks out over the Mississippi River.

The Loon Café has friendly bartenders, a fun atmosphere, and is a great place to stop before (or after) a Twins game.

Just blocks from downtown Saint Paul, this home has beautiful arched entryways.

Enjoy winter through the window and next to a warm stove in Minnetonka Mills.