Welcome to Bailey’s Arbor! Find Your Place Here.
Bailey’s Arbor is a townhome development located in the city of Woodbury, MN. The neighborhood is located West of Woodbury Drive between Lake Road and Bailey Road. It is a thriving area with access to everything Woodbury, one of the top suburbs of the Twin Cities, has to offer. It also provides a great community of people who understand the value of neighbors.
This development has bike paths, unique gardens complete with an arboretum, and two recreation centers. The townhomes here are set in a wonderful setting with many floor plans to choose from. Whether you are a first-time buyer or an empty-nester, Bailey’s Arbor has many floor plan options for you to choose from. If you are searching for homes for sale in Baileys Arbor MN, view our Baileys Arbor real estate listings today.
The city of Woodbury includes many recreation services, such as HealthEast Sports Center, Carver Lake Park and Beach, Central Park, outdoor athletic fields, Eagle Valley Golf Course, and many parks and trails.
Woodbury includes stores like Nordstrom Rack, Kohl’s, Target, and the Woodbury Lakes shopping area for all of your shopping needs! No matter what you’re looking for, you can find it in Woodbury.
Woodbury consists of many fast-food restaurants and dine-in restaurants. Grab a bite at Osaka Sushi and Hibachi, Famous Dave’s, Angelina’s, or Carmine’s.
Woodbury is one of Minnesota’s GreenStep cities and has won many awards for its sustainability efforts.
Schools in Woodbury include Woodbury Elementary School, middle school, and high school, as well as Crosswinds Arts & Sciences School and Carver Elementary School.
Bus service to downtown St. Paul, Minneapolis, and other metropolitan areas is provided by Metro Transit and First Transit under contract with the Metropolitan Council. On weekdays, bus service to downtown St.Paul and downtown Minneapolis originates from two park & ride lots in Woodbury.
The city council legislates for the city and sets administrative policy; it consists of the Mayor and four council members. Local elections are held in November of even-numbered years.
Originally named Red Rock after a sacred stone supposedly painted by the famous Dakota Chief Little Crow, the town was renamed in 1859 when the state legislature discovered another Red Rock Township in Minnesota. Woodbury was named after Judge Levi Woodbury of New Hampshire, a friend of the first town board chairman.