JUST LISTED – HOME FOR SALE IN DUBUQUE, IA

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Just Listed – Home for Sale in Dubuque, IA

1955 Prescott – Dubuque, IA

This three bedroom home has so much to offer with 1,350 square feet on the main level, you’ll find spacious bedrooms, large living room and kitchen.  Major updating has been completed  and includes windows, doors, roof, furnace, central air, water heater, remodeled bath and kitchen flooring.  Comes with appliances too.  A must see!

Tucked away in quiet scenic Dubuque North end neighborhood is where you’ll find this home.  Close to majestic Eagle Point Park.

Please contact Brenda Charlson, Re/Max Advantage Realty to view this fantastic home 563-580-2345 or visit www.DBQhomes.com to schedule a private showing.

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Dubuque, Iowa ABC’s

Did you know……

A = The Dubuque Arboretumn and Botanical Gardens is the perfect spot to stop and smell the roses.

B = Bridges join Dubuque with both Illinois and Wisconsin.

C = The Town Clock stands like a sentry in the heart of downtown. It was built in 1873 and moved to the city center plaza in 1971. It is the site for festivals & fun.

D = Dubuque, the oldest city in Iowa, was founded in 1788 by Julien Dubuque, a French trapper and lead minor.

E & F = The Fourth Street Elevator, a.k.a. the Fenelon Place Elevator, is the world’s shortest and steepest railway. It carries passengers 189 feet up and down the bluff. A grand view of Iowa, Wisconson, and Illinois can be seen at the top.

G = The Dubuque County courthouse is the only gold leaf domed courthouse in all of Iowa’s 99 counties. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

H = Great blue herons are plentiful along the Mississippi.

I & J = Many people start their 4th of July celebration at the Ham House near Eagle Point Park for cake and ice cream.

K & L = Dubuque or “The Key City” has many landmarks including the Shot Tower, Julie Dubuque’s grave, and numerous visiting riverboats.

M = The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium is affiliated with the Smithsonian Institute.

N = The tri-state area is rich in natural beauty including the 26 mile trail that connects Dubuque and Dyersville, Iowa.

O = In Fall, the bluffs turn crimson and gold. Locals celebrate the autumn with hot drinks and crisp caramel apples.

P = Paddling a canoe, sailing, fishing are great forms of recreation.

Q = Dubuque County farmers grow abundant food in soil that is the envy of the world.

R = Renewal, revival & restoration have brought new restaurants, shops, and businesses to Main Street.

S = Stop by for homemade goodies and homegrown produce at Farmers Market.

T = Delicious turkey and dressing sandwiches are standard fare at any local wedding reception or party.

U = Local legend say a fortune is buried behind St. Rapheal’s Cathedral.

V = There are many beautiful Victorian homes that have been restored in town.

W = New docking facilities & walkway provide a close up view of the river and the city.

X – Place your bet if you dare!

Y & Z = You know you are in Dubuque when you hear “Youze” for “You”, “warsh” you “wash”, and “zinc” for “sink”. Youze play euchre?

Created by Laurie Allen