Welcome home to Brockman Pointe Townhomes in historic Northfield Minnesota. Discover a standout townhome with exceptional features. NEW tile and toilets in the bathrooms. NEW vinyl plank flooring in the kitchen and dining room. NEW carpet in 2018. NEW kitchen stainless steel appliances in 2018. Move-in ready and covered by a one-year HSA Home Warranty! Laundry conveniently located in upper level hallway closet near bedrooms.

Dazzling home filled with highlights. Kitchen features maple cabinets, granite counters, stainless steel appliances as well as a bonus wet bar with beverage fridge, sink and extra cabinets.

Many non-profits and charities see a surge in seasonal donations and interest in volunteering around the holidays. Northfield is no exception. Please consider how you can be a part of some great local causes and volunteer your time this year.

Every fall as the weather turns cold and we realize again that snow-shoveling is in our future, wouldn't it be nice to let someone else contend with that back-breaking work? Living in a homeowner's association may be the solution.

Living in Northfield is non-stop excitement. It is an active community for all ages where ideas bring all members of the community to life. There's something for everyone, and at Northfield Shares a Dinner, there was food for 1000+ people.

I've been a member of Northfield Rotary Club since 2017. A few months ago they put me in charge of the Youth Exchange program, one of the strongest passions of our local club.

Seasoned landlords know the ins and outs of working with renters and city officials when it comes to getting the most out of their investment. Before a new investor gets in the game there are a few key things to consider.

Check out what's happening this summer and fall with a video update from the Northfield Schools Superintendent.

If a train blocks the roads in Northfield, you can seek an alternate route, like this one.

It is spring, and everyone in my family has gone garden crazy. My wife and sons have been weeding, digging, and planting everything in sight, they eat as many meals as possible outside on a picnic blanket, and they’ve secured permission from more neighbors than I knew we had to collect dandelion flowers for their jelly operation.

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