Buffalo is a great community located in the heart of Wright County at the intersection of Highway 55 and Highway 25. The town of Buffalo is actually named after the carp-like fish that were once abundant in this region. Buffalo remained a small town until the mid-19th century when it became a popular resort town for wealthy day-trippers from the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. There were several resorts located around Lake Pulaski, which along with Buffalo Lake is one of the two largest lakes in Buffalo. Visitors would take a train from the Twin Cities and arrive in Buffalo only an hour later. Buffalo remained a popular resort destination from the 1890s until the 1920s. During the summer months Buffalo's population would nearly double in size with all the visiting tourists. Today, many visitors still come to Buffalo for the fishing on Lake Pulaski and Buffalo Lake, as well as for shopping in the many boutiques and antique shops.
Charming century home updated beautifully to maintain original integrity. More than 1/2 acre lot with trees, shed, and fire pit makes you feel like you're in the country...
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Realty.
Affordable four bedroom up two story in Misty Meadows Buffalo. The main level features wood laminate floors, electric fireplace, kitchen with granite counter tops, stainl...
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