Breakdown of Iowa Homes for Sale
|Average Sale Price||$226,674|
Nestled comfortably between the Mississippi River and the Missouri River, the state of Iowa has been repeatedly recognized for its efforts to preserve the rich farmland found in this section of the Corn Belt. In addition, more than half of the real estate in Iowa was built in the early to mid- 1900s, which means there are plenty of historic properties as well as more modern single-family homes. Most houses feature two or three bedrooms, but larger floor plans can also be found in many newly constructed neighborhoods.
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When it comes to culture and politics, Central Iowa is a natural center of activity for both residents and visitors. In Des Moines, attractions range from race tracks and river walks to art museums and botanical gardens. You can also expect to find several historic downtown districts, including Newton, Knoxville, and Story City. The University of Iowa can be found in Iowa City to the east, where creative writing has a strong influence on local literature and education. To the west, the dramatic natural scenery of Iowa takes center stage in Loess Hills and Spirit Lake. Other areas of interest include Mason City and Independence, where you can learn more about the history of the state.