Just 15 minutes away, Duluth is the second-largest city on Lake Superior and has an urban population of 131,000 people, yet remains a clean, safe, and quiet place to call home.
Why did Outside Magazine rank Duluth the best place to live in the United States in 2014?
The wilderness still exists in northern Minnesota. The state has over 15,000 lakes, 16 million acres of forest, and more shoreline than California, Florida, and Hawaii combined.
At Kiviranta, you are an hour and twenty minutes south of the Lutsen Mountains, an hour and 45 minutes away from the arts colony of Grand Marais, and two hours from the 1 million miles of untamed wilderness in the Boundary Waters. But your closest neighbor is the beautiful city of Duluth.
CNBC called Minnesota the best state in the union to do business and it’s also ranked in the top ten states for school systems, innovation and life expectancy.