Avg. Home Price: $223K
With its historic charm, farmlands, and tight-knit population, this community takes pride in its quiet neighborhoods. Nestled in Iowa’s southeastern corner, just 10 miles or so from the banks of the Mississippi River, Mediapolis lures homebuyers looking for a slower pace of life. With a population of less than 2,000, it’s a close-knit place to call home. Main Street is where you’ll find the main commercial drag, consisting of local businesses such as restaurants, bars, small boutiques, and a few service providers.
In the surrounding streets, you’ll find many great examples of Mediapolis real estate, from simple ranch-style homes to two-story Colonial beauties that signify a bygone area. While there are a few small parks in Mediapolis, including Cartwright Park, residents can easily enjoy the green spaces in nearby towns, such as Chautauqua Park in Kossuth. Malchow Mounds Reserve, about five miles away, is a huge swath of rolling pastureland where you can stretch your legs. Nearby Allen Green State Refuge offers even more scenery to admire. For those willing to drive a little farther, there are pristine natural areas tucked near the banks of the Mississippi River. From eye-catching historic abodes to more modern single-story dwellings, there are quite a few styles to choose from among the homes for sale in Mediapolis. Reference the Mediapolis Neighborhood Guide below for up-to-date real estate market trends, nearby school profiles, community demographic information, and more.
Ruhl&Ruhl Realtors has plenty of homes for sale in Mediapolis, IA for you to choose from. Continue browsing this page to see all houses for sale and real estate options in Mediapolis.
Mediapolis is located north of Burlington. View homes for sale in the Burlington, Iowa area for more real estate options.
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West Burlington, IA 52655
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Founded in the 19th Century, Mediapolis, was the first train station stop within the southeastern portion of Iowa. With its historic charm, farmlands, and tight-knit population, this community takes pride in its quiet neighborhoods.
Streets are lined with single-family homes, trees, and friendly neighbors. On a hot Summer day, many in the area can be found at the local community pool catching some sun and shooting down the slide to the refreshing water. Keeping to tradition, the library is highly involved in the community offering families movie nights, adult coloring parties, story hour for the little ones and a chess club that meets weekly. Surrounding neighborhoods feature beautiful parks and trails to enjoy throughout the year.
Residents take full advantage of all seasons enjoying outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, boating and cross-country skiing. The Mississippi River is a prized destination with its beautiful mature trees lining the shores. Grab some binoculars and bird-watch until your heart is content or head to Coconuts Cabana on Main Street for delicious Caribbean fare and tropical drinks.