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With two top-notch school districts, LinnMar and Marion Independent School Districts, this unique Uptown area is a culturally diverse community. Amid many community events and a warm sense of hospitality, it’s easy to see why Marion is one of the seven fastest growing communities in the state. Marion is also celebrating a ninth year as the #1 safest community in Iowa among cities over 10,000 in population.

Situated adjacent to the area’s metro center, Cedar Rapids, Marion is in close proximity to beautiful parks and a variety of recreational options. Thomas Park, located central to the area’s bustling shopping and dining hubs, offers many open fields, wooded paths, and of course an exciting play place for the kids. Highway 13 offers direct access to the Palisades Kepler State Park in nearby Mount Vernon, which provides miles of hiking and bike paths, camping options, and a gorgeous view of the Cedar River whether on the sandy shore or looking down from the famous limestone rock cliffs.

Education is central to this community with convenient access to several secondary educational facilities, including Kirkwood Community College, Coe College, and Mount Mercy University. It's no surprise both Lin-Mar School District and Marion’s public school system offer outstanding education options.

Dining in the area offers a unique mix of familiar options as well as family-owned places such as Zoey’s Pizzeria, Maid-Rite, and Italian favorite Zio Johno’s. Entertainment options are numerous in the area including accessible area hubs such as Lindale Mall and the Twix Town shopping center (which includes the Collins Road Theatre).

Marion is notorious for hosting diverse events in the town square. The Marion Arts Festival is well known in the area as an excellent celebration of artistic outlet both traditional and modern.

Diversity infiltrates many facets of Marion’s day to day living including housing options. Marion’s downtown housing and surrounding area’s offer unique options including homes built in the early 1900’s. Marion has also attracted an array of new development centered on the area’s main thoroughfares such as Highway 13 and Business 151.

With diversity, hospitality and education as the pillar characteristics of this up-and-coming community, it’s not wonder Marion is an attractive place to relocate for any family.

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Active Market Stats
  • 325 Listings For Sale
  • $263,000 Average Listing Price
  • $115 Average Listing Price per Square Foot
Sold Market Stats
  • 47 Properties Sold
  • $149 Average Sale Price per Square Foot

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