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Reasonably priced homes draw first-time buyers to this suburb 25 minutes outside Minneapolis. Thanks to the construction of a bridge across the Minnesota River in 1996, Savage has grown significantly in the last decade; many homes here are new. A typical three-bedroom sells for between $185,000 and $210,000. Savage retains the quaint Main Street area from its more rural days, but today it also has typical big-box suburban stores. Donít worry: There are still plenty of open spaces, including protected wetlands and 22 parks. --A.W.Subscribe to Money Magazine
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