Building in New Market Twp
New Market Township is a great place to build, and the Pietsch Builders team is on the forefront – we’re constantly constructing new homes in and around this area.
If you’re interested in a custom home in New Market, get in touch with Scott Hutchinson by filling out the form on our contact page.
About New Market Township
Nestled just below Lakeville and all around Elko New Market sits our top candidate for a soon-to-be top tier suburb. Right now, New Market Township is oft-outshone by the city sitting right in the center of it – Elko New Market. However, the two are not to be confused. New Market Township is now sitting in prime position for a building frenzy that’s already begun.
As of the last census, the total population of New Market Township was 3,057 – pretty low for such a large space.
However, you won’t be able to expect that New Market Twp stays this small forever. The Twin Cities are thriving and becoming a more desirable place to live. Suddenly, people are willing to live just a little bit farther out in order to score the home of their dreams.
A Little Bit About Pietsch
We’re Pietsch Builders, a custom home builder in MN. For decades, we’ve been working in the Twin Cities south metro to help our clients build homes they’ve always dreamed of but never thought possible.
We build all sorts of homes: everything from ramblers to split-levels. Our customers have the choice of working with an established floor plan or developing ideas of their own. Either way, we ensure a top quality build at a fraction of what you might expect a custom home to cost.
Welcome to New Market Township
What’s so special about New Market? For starters, it offers the classic Minnesota experience. Visitors and residents will find unparalleled amounts of green open spaces that Minnesota’s known for as well as some incredible waterfront views. New Market Township even features the beautiful Sweeney Park – complete with playground and park shelter. That said, this small town experience comes incredibly close to the cities. A quick trip up I-35 will lead residents into either Minneapolis or St. Paul.
Even the neighboring city of Lakeville has plenty of variety in shopping, recreation, and entertainment.
Building a Home in New Market Twp
Although there is land available in New Market, it can be difficult for the average person to find. Unless you already have a lot picked out, we’d be happy to help you find the perfect build site that meets all of your unique needs. Our lead realtor is familiar with any and all New Market developments as well as the lots that are for sale in the neighborhood. Once you’ve narrowed your options down, our building team would be happy to visit your site to determine the building limitation and potentials that exist on the plot that you’ve chosen.
The custom home building process can be a lot of fun, and our goal is to keep it that way. We take the weight of stress off your shoulders by working through our seamless new construction process.
Things to Do in and Around New Market
Lakeville is the neighboring city and is just minutes from any New Market resident. Just beyond that is Burnsville. Between these two nearby towns, you’ll find 120,000 residents and tons of shopping, parks, and entertainment options. Also nearby is Elko New Market, home of Elko Speedway. You’re never more than a few minutes from something interesting – no matter where in New Market Township you live.
New Market Commute Times
You might think that New Market is just a little bit too far away to be of any relevance in your home search. However, you might be surprised to learn about how easy it is to get to either of the Twin Cities from here. It’s possible to make it to Minneapolis in 30 to 35 minutes and you can get up to St. Paul in about 35 to 40 minutes.
Depending on where you’re originally from, that may sound like a long time or it may sound like a huge relief. The big takeaway is this – there are parts of Lakeville, Farmington, and other major suburbs that are equally far from the cities. There’s no reason to worry about New Market Township being way too remote to ever become a thriving city.