Bailey’s Arbor

Bailey’s Arbor Subdivision, Woodbury Minnesota

 

Looking for a home in Bailey’s Arbor?

Bailey’s Arbor is one of Woodbury’s most desirable communities. Bailey’s Arbor is built on the site that was once the Bailey Nursery, hence the name.  In keeping with the origins of the land, The Arbor features single family homes as well as townhomes in an arboretum-themed neighborhood. The development offers homes from Lennar and Centex and blends nature and community into one.

 

What’s the neighborhood like?

Homes in Bailey’s Arbor Woodbury have access to their very own arboretum. The Bailey’s Arbor arboretum offers a formal landscape and flows into an expansive preserve. The trails throughout the arboretum lead through a restored oak savanna and continue around ponds and wetlands. As it matures to its natural state, it will be an unfolding story the community will continue to enjoy.

 

What sorts of amenities are offered from Bailey’s Arbor?

Bailey’s Arbor residents have access to two outdoor pools, seven miles of walking trails, a series of themed community gardens, tennis and basketball courts, playgrounds, children’s play area and many open green spaces. These amenities are for the residents to enjoy every day of the year.

Each neighborhood within Bailey’s Arbor has its own unique garden including a lilac walk, a children’s garden, a butterfly garden, and a magnolia collection. Every garden includes benches, educational signage and seasonal plants. There are 15 total gardens throughout Bailey’s Arbor.

 

What schools will the children attend?

Bailey’s Arbor is in the South Washington County school district which includes Gordon Bailey Elementary, Lake Junior High and Woodbury High School.

 

What do homes in Bailey’s Arbor go for?

Prices of homes sold in Bailey’s Arbor in the past year range between $100- $600K.  The average price in 2011 was $300K.