The median home value in Cotton, MN is $156,703.
the county median home value of $173,700.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Cotton, MN is $156,703.
Approximately 42% of Cotton homes are owned,
compared to 4% rented, while
54% are vacant.
Cotton real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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40+/- Acres of beautiful land near Kauppi Lake. Great hunting/recreational land or build your home in the woods. Perfect for those who enjoy the outdoors! Easy access off of Hwy 53, far enough from Hwy to enjoy peace and quiet, but not so far in that getting there is a hassle. Mixed high and low ground with a variety of tree coverage.
Perfect year-round house or cabin for the nature lover, those seeking privacy, horse enthusiasts and hobby farmers. mowed and cleared path to 398 feet of sandy riverfront on Whiteface River. The house has wood laminate flooring and wood burning fireplace. There is a 7x20 enclosed porch with screens facing a cute fire pit area. 12x32 horse stable and overgrown pasture to develop. Outdoor wood-burning sauna
Great location on almost 4 acres with over 200Ft of lake frontage. Large log home with nice views of the lake from almost every room. Maple kitchen with granite countertops and plenty of cabinet space. Attached garage and 2 pole buildings for storage.
Escape the hustle and bustle and embrace the tranquility of nature. Discover serenity and natural beauty on this remote 5-acre parcel with deeded access to a peaceful lake just up the road. West Bass Lake, also known as Cameron Lake, according to the DNR is managed for Walleye, Largemouth bass, and Smallmouth bass. Walleye have faster than average growth for area lakes. Cameron lake also has black crappie, bluegill, hybrid sunfish, northern pike, pumpkinseed, rock bass, bullhead, yellow perch, and white sucker according to DNR surveys. If hunting or exploring is more your thing, you'll be surrounded by thousands of acres of public land to enjoy. Enjoy fishing, swimming, boating, hunting, exploring, or just relaxing in the north woods.