Dancing Waters Neighborhood

Dancing Waters Subdivision, Woodbury Minnesota

 

Why do people live here?

The Dancing Waters is a newer master planned community is one of the highly sought after areas in Woodbury, located about 15 minutes southeast of St. Paul, MN.  Homes in Dancing Waters Woodbury have been  built on over 450 acres and make up 11 distinct neighborhoods within the community.

Each neighborhood in Dancing Waters has its own distinct style, home size, price point and was cut out of an area that had many trees, a wetlands and small ponds. All homes have access to the wonderful amenities which make Dancing Waters Woodbury a truly exceptional neighborhood.

 

Looking for a home in Dancing Waters?

Homes in Dancing Waters include single family homes, executive townhomes, twin villas, and row townhomes to accommodate any lifestyle. Homes in Dancing Waters have been sold in the past year for between $260K- $900K.  Most single family homes are priced  in the range of $360K to $430K.  There is a range of townhomes  in Dancing Waters  that have been sold for $130K up to $450K for the larger, custom built townhomes.

 

What schools will the children attend?

When choosing a Home in the Dancing Waters community you will have two school districts to choose from, Stillwater South Washington County #833 and  Stillwater School District  #834. Both school districts offer excellent educational opportunities.

 

What amenities does Dancing Waters offer?

Homes in Dancing Waters were carefully designed into intimate neighborhood enclaves intertwined with approximately 130 acres of permanent open space trails, and water features culminating in a creatively-designed and lavishly-landscaped Central Park.  The central park at Dancing Waters contains a swimming pool and also a large deck to sun yourself on.  In addition, a water court is available for games for the younger generation, plus volleyball courts, basketball, picnic areas, playground, floral gardens and even a skating rink with a warming house in close proximity to make sure you don’t get frostbitten in our cold winter months.