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The SINCLAIR

Move-In-Quick Home
Community: Meadows at Hugo

Home Features

  • Kitchen with center island
  • Quartz countertops
  • Main level flex/study
  • Gas fireplace
  • Laundry cabinets & sink
  • Full bath with dual-bowl vanity
  • Walk-In Master closet
  • Upper-level laundry
  • Mud room with cubbies
  • Extended patio
  • Smart-home equipped
  • Irrigation system

Quick Stats

Two-Story Home

Elevation C
Sq Ft 2337
Bedrooms 3
Baths 2.5
Garage Bays 2

Home Location

This home can be found at Lot 1, Block 8.

Legend

  • Move-In-Quick Home(s)
    • A The TRENTON C
      16050 162nd St N
    • B The MAGNOLIA B
      5315 161st St N
    • C The BELLEVUE A
      5329 161st St N
  • Sold

Amenities

parks and recreation

Hugo has over 470 acres of parkland, 20 parks with recreation amenities, 15 miles of city trails, and 5 miles of regional trails. Clearwater Creek Preserve, Frog Hollow Park and Rice Lake are some popular options to check out.

lions Park

Lions Park is a 10-acre, centrally located community park. It features a large picnic shelter, tennis/pickleball court, skate park, playground, pavilion, two ball fields, grassy open space, and off-street parking. The park has ongoing plans to improve the space.

fishing

There are many lakes to enjoy in Hugo, such as Oneka Lake, Sunset Lake, and Egg Lake. You’ll find a variety of fish species, from largemouth bass to black crappie to northern pike, perch, pan fish and more.

Oneka ridge golf course

Enjoy a round of golf at Oneka Ridge, an 18-hole, par-72 regulation course. There’s also a 20-station driving range and putting greens for warm-ups and practice.

tamarack nature center

A 320-acre preserve with more than four miles of paths, paved trails and boardwalks. With forests, prairies, ponds and play areas, there is something for everyone! Located within the Bald Eagle-Otter Lakes Regional Park.

good neighbor days

A family-friendly annual festival featuring carnival rides, a parade, craft vendors, bingo, a beer garden, fireworks, and more.

tour de hugo

An annual bike ride through the city of Hugo. There are several different routes to choose from, each with treats, rest areas and an after party!

fishing

There are many lakes to enjoy in Hugo, such as Oneka Lake, Sunset Lake, and Egg Lake. You’ll find a variety of fish species, from largemouth bass to black crappie to northern pike, perch, pan fish and more.

pine tree apple orchard

A family-run farm offering seasonal fruits and activities, such as pick your own strawberries, corn maze, pick your own pumpkins, homemade bakery, fresh cider, gifts and more!

hardwood creek regional trail

The Hardwood Creek Regional Trail consists of two parallel trails running along US 61. The paved trail is open for biking, walking, running, and in-line skating, while the adjacent grass trail is exclusively for equestrian use in the summer and snowmobiling in the winter. The trail offers a smooth, level, scenic and nearly straight route all the way to Forest Lake.

wild wings game farm

A place to celebrate the outdoor arts of hunting, sportsmanship and marksmanship. Here you can hunt or hone your shooting at one of ten clay courses or several ranges for target practice.

Community Information

General Links

City of Hugo

Electricity

Connexus Energy

Gas

Xcel Energy

Telephone/Internet/Cable

Comcast/Xfinity

CenturyLink

Frontier

WASTE MANAGEMENT

Gene’s Disposal – 651-426-1224

SRC, Inc.

Maroney’s Sanitation, Inc.

Ace Solid Waste Management

Walters Recycling and Refuse

Republic Services

Waste Management

water/sewer

City of Hugo