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  • 14701 Bentwood Cir
    Urbandale, Iowa
    $309,900
    Beds 3
    Baths 2
    MLS # 547091

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  • 704 Tupelo Ct
    Norwalk, Iowa
    $389,900
    Beds 4
    Baths 3
    MLS # 553943

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  • 15103 Northview Dr
    Urbandale, Iowa
    $699,900
    Beds 5
    Baths 5
    MLS # 549514

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  • 5900 NW 92nd Ct
    Johnston, Iowa
    $329,900
    Beds 4
    Baths 4
    MLS # 554151

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  • 117 Walnut Dr
    Norwalk, Iowa
    $369,900
    Beds 3
    Baths 2
    MLS # 553944

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  • 4018 SW 6th St
    Ankeny, Iowa
    $413,900
    Beds 4
    Baths 3
    MLS # 553667

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  • 15007 Wilden Dr
    Urbandale, Iowa
    $525,900
    Beds 4
    Baths 5
    MLS # 555144

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  • 129 Walnut Dr
    Norwalk, Iowa
    $369,900
    Beds 3
    Baths 2
    MLS # 553946

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  • 1608 Timberview Dr
    Norwalk, Iowa
    $425,000
    Beds 3
    Baths 2
    MLS # 551075

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  • 2017 NW Sunset Ln
    Grimes, Iowa
    $379,900
    Beds 4
    Baths 3
    MLS # 551280

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  • Ankeny Iowa

    Ankeny, Iowa offers numerous opportunities to achieve a fulfilling lifestyle in Central Iowa, whether you like your days quiet, action-packed or somewhere in between. During the summer, swing by Ankeny Summerfest, held after the 4th of July, for a parade, music, a carnival and fireworks. During the winter season, you can get your shopping done early and support local artists and crafters at Santa’s North Pole Village, featuring handcrafted items such as jewelry, furniture, clothing and holiday decor.

    Throughout the year, the Ankeny Farmers Market provides a wide variety of products from seasonal produce, homemade baked goods, specialty food items, plants, homemade items and much more. You can also enjoy Ankeny's summer evenings under the stars at Ankeny Unplugged or Summer Sounds, two outdoor concert series, or watch a flick outside during Movies Under the Stars.

    If you’re looking for something a little more active, Ankeny boasts over 40 miles of trails, 40 parks, 2 aquatic centers and 3 golf courses. For a complete listing of events, attractions and activities, check out the Things to Do section of the City of Ankeny's website, where you can also learn more about
    living and working in this thriving community.

    Ankeny's convenient location also makes it an easy drive to all of the Des Moines Metro area featured destinations, like the Blank Park Zoo, the Iowa Cubs, the Science Center of Iowa, the Des Moines Arts Festival and the Des Moines Farmers Market

    Are you interested in to moving to this thriving community? Then check out the current list of Ankeny homes for sale and find the home of your dreams.

  • Clive Iowa

    Sitting on the western edge of the Des Moines Metro area, Clive offers trails, excellent shops, gourmet restaurants and a activities for people of all ages.

    During the summer, be sure to add the Clive Running Festival and Clive Fest to your calendar.  The Clive Running Festival is a festival for runners of all ages and abilities that features a 5K, 10K, mile run and tadpole trot.  Just around the corner from the Running Festival is Clive Fest, ranked one of the best community festivals in the Des Moines Metro area. Each year, Clive Fest features a schedule packed with activities for both kids and adults to provide a well rounded event for the entire Clive community.

    The Clive Running Festival and Clive Fest aren't the only things going on in Clive throughout the year.  Every day of the week, you can find fun events, music and activities in and around Clive to keep you busy!

    For the running enthusiast, cycling devotee or quiet stroller, Clive provides multiple access points to the Greenbelt trail.  A part of the Central Iowa Trails network, this 11 mile trail connects to other trail systems that lead you throughout the Des Moines metro area and further. 

    When the weather gets hot, head over to the Clive Aquatics Center where you can shoot down water slides, lounge in lazy river or work those arms in the lap lanes.  The Clive Aquatics Center also offers Swim-n-Show Fridays, where you can enjoy fun in pool and then watch a movie under the stars, as well as the Pooch Plunge, where your four-legged friend can join you for a day at the pool!

    Just a short drive from Clive, you can find all of Des Moines' featured destinations, such as Blank Park Zoo, the Iowa Cubs, the Science Center of Iowa, the Des Moines Arts Festival and the Des Moines Farmers Market

    For additional information on events around Clive, as well as business and living information, check out Clive's City Website.  For additional information, be sure to check out the Catch Des Moines website which includes events and entertainment around Clive and the Des Moines Metro area.

    Are you interested in moving to Clive?  Then browse through the current list of Clive homes for sale and come find out why this is the city for you!

  • Des Moines Iowa

    As Iowa's capital city, Des Moines is a hub of government action, business activity and cultural affairs. But though Des Moines has a big city bustle, residents are extremely proud of the city’s small town atmosphere.

    With festivals, miles of trails, wineries, breweries, concerts and more, Des Moines is busy, happening and fresh.  Throughout the year you can see Broadway musicals, ice skate on Brenton plaza, rent a standup paddleboard at Gray's Lake, enjoy one of the many restaurants in the city, and more. 

    For your creative side, talk a walk through the Pappajohn Sculpture Park or the Des Moines Art Center and be sure to put the dates of the annual ArtFest Midweste, HeartFest and the Des Moines Art Festival on your calendar.  When you’re in the mood for music, Des Moines features numerous music venues like Hoyt Sherman Place and Wells Fargo Arena, as well as outdoor concert series like Nitefall on the River.  The Science Center of Iowa, Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden, Blank Park Zoo, and Sleepy Hollow Sports Park offers many activities any day of the week.  You can also snack on peanuts and Cracker Jacks while you watch an Iowa Cubs game at Principle Park.

    You can also catch a day under the sun at Gray’s Lake or enjoy the miles upon miles of maintained trails through the city that helped make Des Moines a “Runner Friendly Community” according to the Road Runners Club of America.  There are also ample parks, swimming pools, golf courses and sports complexes like Sleepy Hollow, to meet the needs of anyone looking for a quiet stroll or adrenaline-filled activity.

    The list of things to do around Des Moines is endless!  For detailed information, check out Catch Des Moines, the Greater Des Moines Convention and Visitors Bureau website, which has all you need to know about spending a day or the rest of your life in Des Moines.  For residential, commercial and economic information, visit the City of Des Moines website for more details.

    If you’re looking to move, check out the current list of Des Moines homes for sale and come see why Des Moines is the place you want to call home.

  • Johnston Iowa

    Located just north Des Moines, Johnston, Iowa offers citizens and visitors alike a wealth of recreational facilities, numerous parks and trails, excellent educational system, responsive government, new business development, and an excellent quality of life all year-round.

    During July, Johnston Green Days celebrates the city’s agricultural and horticulture tradition with a parade, music, a carnival and fireworks. Every Tuesday during the summer, buy fresh food and other goods from local growers and merchants at the Johnston Farmers Market.

    For the running enthusiast, cycling devotee or quiet stroller, Johnston provides multiple access points to Central Iowa Trails Network throughout the city. These trail systems can take you to as close to downtown Des Moines, up to the High Trestle Bridge or further!

    With Johnston’s convenient geographic location, you are mere minutes from all of the Des Moines Metro area featured destinations like the Blank Park Zoo, the Iowa Cubs, the Science Center of Iowa, the Des Moines Arts Festival and the Des Moines Farmers Market. For additional information, check out the Catch Des Moines website which includes events and entertainment around Clive and the Des Moines Metro area.

    For additional information on events around Johnston, as well as business and living information, check out the official City of Johnston website or the Johnston Chamber of Commerce website.  For additional information, go to the Catch Des Moines website, which includes events and entertainment around Johnston and the Des Moines Metro area.

    Looking to move?  Then check out the current list of Johnston homes for sale and find the home of your dreams!

  • Urbandale Iowa

    Urbandale, Iowa is more than a city. It is a modern suburb that has not forgotten its small-town charm and is known for safe streets and neighborhoods, rich parks and recreational trails, and business opportunities and places to work.

    If you’re looking for a variety of things to do, Urbandale is bustling with attractions and recreational opportunities. From getting out on the extensive trail system, enjoying dinner and drinks on the town, to cheering on your favorite team at a hockey game, Urbandale has something for everyone.

    Beat the summer heat by taking a dip in the Urbandale pool or three of the wading pools located at local parks. Another option is to take in the breathtaking scenery with a stroll along the city's trail system that features more than 16 miles of maintained trail, with connections to many of the other trails in the Central Iowa Trail System. The many parks throughout Urbandale also host tennis, soccer and baseball games, or check out the skateboard park located at Walker Johnson Park. In the winter, Urbandale residents enjoy outdoor activities such a sledding and ice skating or head over to Bucs Arena for a Des Moines Buccaneers hockey game. If you’re looking for something indoors, the Urbandale Community Theater features great performances throughout the year.

    Fall is a busy time for Urbandale beginning with the Barley Partee, where residents can enjoy a round of golf, enjoy samples of local beers and enjoy great food. The first weekend of October celebrates all things Urbandale with the Fall for Urbandale community event that offers entertainment for children and adults.

    Urbandale is also conveniently close to all of the Des Moines Metro area events and attractions like the Blank Park Zoo, the Iowa Cubs, the Science Center of Iowa, the Des Moines Arts Festival and the Des Moines Farmers Market.  Check out the Catch Des Moines website, which includes events and entertainment around Urbandale and the Des Moines Metro area.  For information on living and working in this unique community, check out the City of Urbandale’s website or Uniquely Urbandale.

    Interested in moving to this wonderful city?  Then check out the current list of Urbandale homes for sale and come see for yourself why Urbandale is the unique community you're looking for!

  • Waukee Iowa

    The City of Waukee is a dynamic and growing community that has transformed from a small rural town to an active suburb of the Greater Des Moines Metropolitan Area. Waukee upholds a small town atmosphere focused around families and friends with convenient access to local and regional amenities.

    Waukee invites you to come and play in the many parks, trails, restaurants, clubs and community wide events and attractions this city has to offer. For the outdoor enthusiast, Waukee boasts multiple parks and miles of paved trails that stretches all the way up to the High Trestle Trail, downtown Des Moines and further! Throughout the year, the Triangle, Waukee's downtown business district, plays host to the Farmer's Market, 4th of July Parade, Movies in the Park, in addition to other festivities. In August, celebrate everything Waukee at Waukee Fest. Attendants come early for the parade and stay late for the live band and beverage garden.

    Thanks to an ideal location, Waukee also provides residents with easy access to all of the premier Des Moines Metro area events and attractions like the Blank Park Zoo, the Iowa Cubs, the Science Center of Iowa, the Des Moines Arts Festival and the Des Moines Farmers Market.  You can find more inforation about events and entertainment around Waukee and the Des Moines Metro area on the Catch Des Moines website.   For additional information on living, working and playing in Waukee, visit the City of Waukee website or the Waukee Chamber of Commerce website.

    Are you looking for a new place to live?  Then check out the most current list of Waukee homes for sale and come see why Waukee really is the "key to good living."

     

  • West Des Moines Iowa

    From its inception, the City of West Des Moines has endeavored to provide the best possible services to its citizens. The City has been recognized by several national publications and a metro-wide publication as a great place to live and conduct business. It has grown from an 1893 railroad town known as Valley Junction with a population of 500 to a hub of commerce and premier living.

    Throughout the year, citizens and visitors to West Des Moines can treat themselves to activities that meet every taste and lifestyle. West Des Moines offers a plethora of exciting and varied shopping options that includes Valley Junction where local shops line a history downtown street. If you’re looking for something a little more modern, the Jordan Creek Town Center features national and local brands every shopper will enjoy. West Glen Town Center combines the best of both worlds with a variety of shops, fitness centers, restaurants and loft style apartments.

    If spending time outside is what you’re looking for, West Des Moines has over 1200 acres of parks and open spaces, which includes the 632 acre Raccoon River Park. The park, located in the southeast part of the city, is the "crown jewel" of West Des Moines and offers ample swimming, fishing, boating, biking and picnicking activities for visitors. Raccoon River Park is also home to the West Des Moines Soccer Club, recreational sports teams, the Raccoon River Nature Lodge and an off-leash dog park. When you want to beat the heat of summer, you can head over to the Holiday Aquatic Center or the Valley View Aquatic Center. Both facilities offer water slides, pools, a lazy river and other wet and wild activities for people of all ages.

    West Des Moines is also home to a variety of events during the year. Starting in May, A-May-Zing Days is the community’s biggest celebration ever with events and activities spread across all corners of the city throughout the entire month of May like Festivale Cinco de Mayo, farmers markets, Music in the Junction, the Principal Charity Golf Classic, The Spring Art Market and others. Illumnifest is held in September and is a fall festival of lights that features paper lantern lightings, carnival rides, food, drinks and live music. The Valley Junction Farmers Market features over 100 vendors and generally runs May through the end of September/early October. Here you can enjoy music, purchase locally grown fruits and vegetables, sample area wines and enjoy delicious home baked goods.

    For more information on everything there is to see and do in West Des Moines, check out the City of West Des Moines website, the Valley Junction website and the West Des Moines Chamber of Commerce website.

    Just a short drive from West Des Moines, you can also find all of Des Moines Metro Area's featured destinations like the as Blank Park Zoo, the Iowa Cubs, the Science Center of Iowa, the Des Moines Arts Festival and the Des Moines Farmers Market. You can find more inforation about events and entertainment around the Des Moines Metro area on the Catch Des Moines website.

    Interested in moving to West Des Moines?  Check out the most current list of West Des Moines homes for sale and come see for yourself why this city has everything you could ask for in a place to call home and then some!

     

  • Adel Iowa

    Adel, Iowa is home to approximately 3,682 people and has been steadily growing since 1847 to become the community it is today. It's a charming, friendly, small town with bricked downtown streets just a few miles west of the Des Moines metro area. If you’re looking for a city that offers unique shops, friendly service and welcoming hospitality, you'll love it here.

    Located just off of the beaten path, Adel offers numerous recreational activities like camping, biking, and canoeing. The Raccoon River Trail runs right through town, which features 56 miles of paved trails winding through the natural beauty of Dallas, Guthrie and Greene counties. Kinnick/Feller Park is Adel’s largest and oldest park and provides residents with are volleyball courts, softball fields, a football field, as well as the city’s swimming pool, boat ramp to Raccoon River, playground equipment and full park amenities including grills, restrooms and park shelters.

    If you’re looking for festivals and community events that happen all year, Adel is the community for you! In May, the Annual Atherton House Spring Kiln Opening brings together traditional, whimsical, functional, decorative pottery from 90 creative Americana potters. Enjoy a special collection of tiles and pottery, along with artist talks, wine and food. The All Iowa Wine Festival, an annual event held in June brings together wine, food, music and a relaxed atmosphere where you can sample the premier of local Iowa wines. In August, come celebrate with the community at the annual Adel Sweet Corn Festival that features 7 tons of delicious sweet corn, one of the largest parades in Iowa, music, dancing, a car show, a 5K and much more. Stick around for the Dallas County Fair just north of Adel for six days of Grand Stand shows, livestock exhibits, rodeo events, live concerts, race events and more during this entertaining week!

    Other events throughout the year include reading programs, musical performances, movie nights, ice cream socials and more. For more information on current and annual events, living in Adel and more, check out the Discover Adel website or the Adel Chamber of Commerce website.

    When you want to get away, Adel is a short drive to all of the top Des Moines Metro area events and attractions like the Blank Park Zoo, the Iowa Cubs, the Science Center of Iowa, the Des Moines Arts Festival and the Des Moines Farmers Market.  For additional information, check out the Catch Des Moines website which includes events and entertainment around Adel and the Des Moines Metro area.

    Are you interested in moving to Adel?  Then check out the most up-to-date list of available Adel homes for sale and come see why this is the perfect city to live, work and play.

     

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