September 2015

Found 5 blog entries for September 2015.



It’s heeeeere! The spookiest month is upon us and, naturally, there is lots of stuff to do in Duluth. We’ve chosen a few events for you to check out.

William A. Irvin Haunted Ship

There’s something haunted bobbing around in the lake in Duluth and you’re invited to check it out. For the entire month of October, on weekends, you can tour the Irvin, which has been transformed into a ghastly hulk where your worst nightmares are sure to come to life. Is what you see real? The ship is open for terrifying self-guided tours on Fridays and Saturdays. Visit the website or call 218-722-7876 for hours and details.

Boo at the Zoo

Safe and sane trick-or-treating for the wee ones can be had at Lake Superior Zoo, where they promise to “NEVER run out of

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Sure, we have some expensive homes, but we also have a whole bunch of homes priced just right for first-time homebuyers in Duluth. This week we thought it’d be fun to see what $200,000 would buy in our fair city.

There is only one home priced right at $200,000 but several are listed right around that price point.

Woodland-Pleasantview

What a great neighborhood this is, especially if you love being close to nature. This is a traditional home, built in 1922, with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2,312 square feet of living space. It features hardwood floors inside and a 2-car garage, deck and patio outdoors. This home is priced at $199,900.

Downtown Condo

Enjoy low-maintenance living in Downtown Duluth and have amazing views of the lake to

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That huge sigh of relief you’re hearing all across Duluth is because the kids are back in school. They hate it, parents love it. Anyway, once a month, the Kris Lindahl Team with RE/MAX Results salutes a school in Duluth and this month, it’s Lincoln Park Middle School we’ll be looking at.

Lincoln Park is among the newest of Duluth’s schools, built in 2012, and it features some gorgeous architectural elements. The school serves nearly 500 students in grades 6 through 8 and employs 41 full-time teachers, giving it a student/teacher ratio of about 11:1.

Each Lincoln Park classroom contains a Smart Board and, because it was so recently constructed, it features state-of-the-art sports facilities, including a pool, a huge gymnasium and a

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September is in full swing as the summer real estate market is set for its annual slowdown. The Duluth market, however, shows no signs of going quietly into fall. This week we take a look at three of Duluth’s hottest real estate listings.

Downtown, with a View!

This 1949 charmer features two bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,794 square feet of living space. What will sell you, however, is the amazing view of the lake and downtown lights. Updates include a newer furnace, a new roof over the garage, dishwasher, floor coverings and more.

The deck is out in front, to take advantage of the views and there’s a 3-season room out back. With four garage stalls and a work shop, this home is unbelievably priced at $159,900.

 Lakeside-Lester Park

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There is NO WAY we’re ready to wrap up summer here in Duluth. There’s still plenty of time to get outdoors and enjoy the amazing weather while having fun. We’ve picked out a couple of September events that we think are worthy of a place on your calendar.

Run, Walk, Bark 5K

If animal  rescue is a passion for you, don’t miss this event. Grab your dog and head out to the lake to run or walk on Saturday, September 5, at 10:00 a.m. You will both receive a bandana as you start and then end the race at Brighton Beach.

Participants will be charged $20 if they pay in advance, $30 the day of the event. The proceeds will be split between No Dog Left Behind and Animal Allies Humane Society. Find out more and register for the race here.

Twin Ports

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