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North Dakota is a fantastic state full of beautiful homes. They estimate about $100 per square foot. One-story, three-bedroom homes are most common in the area. While you can find many homes in developed neighborhoods, it's just as common to find a farmhouse with plenty of land. If you want to live in a suburban or rural area, North Dakota has a wide variety of both. There is also a good balance of new homes, older homes, and foreclosures, giving you plenty of options no matter what type of budget you have.

North Dakota is separated into six main regions. These include the Badlands, Western North Dakota, Turtle Mountains, Lakes & Gardens, Couteaus & Plains, and Red River Valley. The Badlands is a harsh terrain with heavily eroded land. It has little vegetation, but it's still beautiful in its own sense. There are many beautiful homes in every area of North Dakota. In the Badlands, you can find many log cabin and ranch -style homes near the T Roosevelt National Park. Minot is a large city in the Lakes & Gardens region. There are many suburban communities with large family homes. If you want an even larger community, Red River Valley is home to Fargo, North Dakota. It's the largest city in the state, and well known from the Cohen Brother's movie and the recent television series adaptation. Homes in the area range from $170,000 to $450,000 on average depending on the size and community.

When you're ready for some old-fashioned Midwestern fun, there are plenty of things to do in North Dakota. The Theodore Roosevelt National Park is both romantic and family-friendly. It features 70,000 acres of grassy hiking trails and painted canyons. During the summer, you can follow rangers who lead tours through the wilderness. You can find many other attractions in the state, including Knife River Indian Villages, Lake Metigoshe State park, North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame, and the International Peace Garden.

North Dakota is separated into six main regions. These include the Badlands, Western North Dakota, Turtle Mountains, Lakes & Gardens, Couteaus & Plains, and Red River Valley. The Badlands is a harsh terrain with heavily eroded land. It has little vegetation, but it's still beautiful in its own sense. There are many beautiful homes in every area of North Dakota. In the Badlands, you can find many log cabin and ranch -style homes near the T Roosevelt National Park. Minot is a large city in the Lakes & Gardens region. There are many suburban communities with large family homes. If you want an even larger community, Red River Valley is home to Fargo, North Dakota. It's the largest city in the state, and well known from the Cohen Brother's movie and the recent television series adaptation. Homes in the area range from $170,000 to $450,000 on average depending on the size and community.

When you're ready for some old-fashioned Midwestern fun, there are plenty of things to do in North Dakota. The Theodore Roosevelt National Park is both romantic and family-friendly. It features 70,000 acres of grassy hiking trails and painted canyons. During the summer, you can follow rangers who lead tours through the wilderness. You can find many other attractions in the state, including Knife River Indian Villages, Lake Metigoshe State park, North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame, and the International Peace Garden.

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