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4 Properties:

$114,900
509 Ponto Point Winsted MN 55395  |  McLeod County
1 acre
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Francis Condon , Coldwell Banker Burnet
Beautiful lot on Lake Winsted. Nice mature trees. Cul de sac location. Watch the sun rise and set on this penisula lot. Like a park.
$54,900
408 Lake Drive Winsted MN 55395  |  McLeod County
0.73 acres
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Francis Condon , Coldwell Banker Burnet
Beautiful walkout lot overlooking pond and Lake Winsted. The city lights at night are out of this world. Open to all builders
$424,500
21724 Cable Avenue Winsted MN 55395  |  McLeod County
10.45 acres
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Jim Herrmann , HomeAvenue Inc
Great 10 acre Hobby Farm - perfect for horses, includes a steel 30x40 Barn & 40x60 insul/heat Workshop w/concrete floor - perfect for home based business! Just 40 miles west of Mpls! 4 Bdrm Home w/co...
$199,000
xxx Grass Lake Farm 2nd Addition Winsted MN 55395  |  McLeod County
16.49 acres
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Justin Hertzog , Property People Realty
This is an amazing opportunity to purchase Phase 2 of the Grass Lake Addition. Buy this now and develop or hold until you're ready. Either way, the potential here is big. Includes plat of 37 separate ...

Winsted, MN Land Info

Minnesota is the country's 15th largest agricultural state. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $8.48 billion to the North Star State's economy, or three percent of overall state GDP (placing it sixth among all U.S. states for income generated through farming and agricultural activities). Approximately 35 percent of Minnesota's annual revenue from farming is from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The other 65 percent comes from crops. Minnesota's top three agricultural products are corn, soybeans and hogs. The state also produces a third of the sugar beets and peas grown in the United States. Based on data from the 2012 U.S. Census, there were 74,542 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 26 million acres (or the equivalent of 47 percent of the overall state land area).

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