Coleraine, Minnesota sits on the north shore of Trout Lake in Itasca County in the northeastern part of the state. It is one mile from the town of Bovey and was developed in the early 1900s as a residential community to serve those working in the iron mines owned by the Oliver Mining Company. The town has grown to encompass 16 square miles and is home to around 2,000 residents but retains its rural charm. Outdoor activities are abundant in and around Coleraine. You can walk or bike through gorgeous scenery on the Mesabi Trail, boat, swim or fish on Trout lake, golf on a championship 18-hole golf course, and hike or ski on Mount Itasca which is where the U.S. Junior Biathlon Team trains. A more relaxing outdoor activity is the weekly summer band concerts at Longyear Park.
Houses for sale in Coleraine typically have from two to four bedrooms and one to three bathrooms with square footage in the 1,000–2,500 range. In addition to houses in Coleraine, there is undeveloped land for sale, waiting for you to build your dream home or vacation cabin. Lovingly cared for homes for sale may be found along the golf course, the shoreline of the lake, or on large center-city lots. Lovely views and modern amenities in the homes for sale combine with small-town values to make Coleraine a charming community in which to live. If you have any questions about homes for sale in Coleraine, please call us today.