Home for sale is ready for a new dweller!
Andover is the home of the Huskies and a sought after community!
By: Chris Fritch Team Keller Williams Classic Realty
Does the next chapter in your life include living in this wonderful home for sale?
Need privacy? The wetlands behind the home create a sense of peace and the landscaping consists of retaining wall gardens that enhance the beauty of the corner lot.
Nice kitchen? Absolutely. The maple cabinets are raised for texture and are in abundance. Tiled backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and a big center island with a sink and additional counter seating make a great gathering place.
Want a view? A wall of floor to 10-foot ceiling windows offer a fantastic view of the grounds while letting all the natural light shine in! A fireplace surrounded by built in cabinetry chases the chill from the Minnesota winters.
Have a long day? Relax in the sanctuary of the Master bedroom complete with a walk-in closet.
See for yourself if this home fits in with your next chapter!
By the Chris Fritch Team Keller Williams Classic Realty 763-746-3997
Changing the Form of Government
In 1972, the Grow Township Board of Supervisors recognized that the town was growing at a very rapid rate. They felt a village form of government would provide better services to the community. Board supervisors then voted in favor of proceeding with the incorporation process. The board voted to submit a new name for the village. "Andover Village" was chosen because the name Andover had historical interest. The historical interest, we believe, came from the Andover train station.
You may have heard the popular "train myth" about how Andover received its name. The myth states that a train tipped over in a swamp, and an eyewitness, relaying the incident, said it "went over and over," thereby naming the city "Andover."
Research reveals that the name Andover first appeared in an article dated March 14, 1899, in the Anoka County Union Newspaper - before train tracks were ever built in the city. The article stated that the Eastern Minnesota line of the Great Northern Railway (http://www.google.com/
Andover Village was established in 1972 and then became the City of Andover, a city of the 4th class, in 1974. Today the City of Andover's population exceeds 30,000, classifying it as a 2nd class city.
The Andover City Center Complex is located at the intersection of Crosstown Boulevard and Hanson Boulevard and is home to the city offices, Public Works Department (https://www.andovermn.gov/
Commercial activities in Andover have increased with construction of a number of new businesses throughout the city. The city is currently marketing several parcels in Andover Station north, a commercial / retail area located north of Bunker Lake Boulevard and west of Hanson Boulevard. Site development inquiries and economic development opportunities should be directed to the Community Development Director at 763-767-5140.
Andover is part of 2 of the finest school districts in the state. St. Francis School District 15 covers the northern section of the city, while Anoka-Hennepin School District 11 serves the south 4/5 of the city. Crooked Lake Elementary, Andover Elementary, Rum River Elementary, Oak View Middle School and Andover High School are all located within the City of Andover and are part of School District 11. Legacy Christian Academy
is also located in the city.
On average, 50 new homes are constructed each year, with a wide variety of lot sizes, architectural styles and price ranges. The city has more than 400 acres of community and neighborhood parks. Kelsey Round Lake Park is a 136-acre nature area for hiking, skiing and environmental observation. Other recreational facilities include more than 400 acres of the Anoka County Bunker Hills Regional Park (which is home to the Bunker Beach Waterpark), Bunker Hills Golf Course, hiking / biking trails, cross-country skiing trails, camping and other outdoor activities. The Rum River Central Regional Park is located immediately north of Andover on County Road 7.
Andover's governing body consists of a Mayor and 4 City Council members. Council meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. Residents may address the council at any regularly scheduled meeting. The council appoints members to several commissions that provide recommendations and information to the City Council on a variety of issues.
Chris Fritch Team Keller Williams Classic Realty
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