Eagles Landing Condominiums, 225 Lawrence Blvd. W., Wabasha MN 55981

end unit, 2nd floor, sweeping views of river, bluffs and village

  • 2000+ square feet
  • 2 ensuite bedrooms
  • Den/guest room
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Great room with fireplace
  • Deck
  • Large closets; pantry
  • Underground heated parking for 2 cars
  • Marvin windows and doors, Hunter Douglas blinds
  • 10 foot ceilings
  • Upgraded appliances
  • Granite countertops
  • Maple floors, trim, cabinets and  doors
  • Gas forced air heat
  • A/C
  • Water softener
  • Central humidifier
  • Elevator in building
Mississippi River, kayaking
Condo, Condominium, For sale, by owner

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Large open seating area with gas fireplace, french doors to deck, windows onto the Mississippi and the Wisconsin bluffs.

Kitchen has center island with sink and Miele dishwasher, granite countertops, bottom freezer refrigerator, Electrolux gas stove/oven (kitchen is also wired for an electric stove/oven), plenty of storage, including double-door pantry.

Open Floor plan allows great views and flowing conversations.

Expansive dining area with room for corner desk.

Master bedroom windows look out on the river and bluffs

View toward master bath, with walk-in closet on left

Master bath with double sinks, shower & tub

Door to deck from master bedroom

Guest room with views into the village and up the river

Large guest room closet. Guest bath is to the right in photo

Ensuite guest room bath

Ensuite guest room bath

Sofa converts to queen bed. Pocket doors offer privacy. Large closet and a 3rd bathroom are just across hall.


3rd bathroom has large shower

Seasonal guest

A 30 foot slip owned by the seller, located on the condo association’s private dock, can be purchased with the condo unit at buyer’s discretion or will be offered separately to another owner of a unit within the building; slip has a rack for 3 kayaks, and a drive-on berth for a runabout.

Option: 30 foot slip

Canoe/ Kayak Rack

Views From Our Unit

Our unit is a great place to watch bird life as well as the river life – towboats and barges negotiating the passage under the bridge, and the summer parade of pleasure boats plying the no-wake zone.

Towboat Neil N Diehl headed down with 9 barges

Summer sunset

Spring moonrise

An ever-changing art form

American Queen steaming for New Orleans

Rainstorm moves into Wisconsin

On the Water

Wabasha is great for boaters, with a large marina at each end of town, easy access to Lake Pepin and many islands. Miles of pristine backwaters in the national refuge across from the condo offer unparalleled paddling and fishing.

Due to currents from Lake Pepin and the Chippewa, this stretch of river always has open water, attracting large numbers of bald eagles who winter here, providing endless entertainment as they fish, soar, and sometimes squabble over a catch. Wabasha is in the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife Sanctuary, and immediately across from the condominium is an entrance in the large backwater preserve known as Indian Slough and Big Lake, full of wildlife and hidden channels favored by fishermen and kayakers. In the spring migration the waters are teeming with ducks, swans, and white pelicans.

Lazy day in Indian Slough

Paddling Baby Blue near one of the beaver trails

Paddling to where the otters go sliding on shore ice

Fun along the big sand banks

The national refuge: eagles, beaver, ducks, herons, otters, mink, sandhill cranes and so much more


Wabasha is set on the west bank of the Mississippi River, 4 miles downstream from the foot of Lake Pepin and the mouth of the Chippewa River. It is the rare river town that is not separated from the river by a highway and railroad (these are set back, behind the village).

The river bridge at Wabasha (MN Hwy 60) provides quick access to the bluff country of western Wisconsin, with unparalleled biking on paved but little-used dairy roads, and great food at places like the Harbor View Restaurant in Pepin, Nelson Cheese Factory, Stone Barn Pizza in the hills, and Pier 4 in Alma.
The scenic Great River Road (Hwy 61 in Minnesota, Hwy 35 in Wisconsin) provides easy access to points north and south.
Wabasha is home to the renowned National Eagle Center, and is a master at small town festivals, including Riverboat Days, Grumpy Old Men Days, SeptOberfest, and Watermelon Days.

Courtesy MN live bald eagle cam

National Eagle Center, Wabasha

Eagles Landing Condominiums

Eagles Landing Condominiums building was completed in 2006, has 27 units on 3 levels, is well managed and maintains a robust reserve fund at levels recommended by an independent professional reserve study.
The building is set on the site of the former Big Jo flour mill, separated from the river only by tiered landscaping and a public footpath. Opposite the river, the building opens into the village of Wabasha in immediate proximity of restaurants, hardware, post office, county registrar, National Eagle Center; 3 blocks to SuperValu; 1 mile to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital and Mayo-affiliated clinic and pharmacy; 3 miles to the lumber yard; 45 minutes to Winona, 45 to Red Wing, 60 to to Rochester/Mayo Clinic, 90 to Twin Cities.

The Oldest Town In Minnesota That Everyone Should Visit At Least Once

Great profile of “The Oldest Town in Minnesota”, mentions events and architecture of the town. This is a wonderful place to set down some roots of your own. Click link above to read.


$495,000 condo unit and 2 garage stalls

$20,000 boat slip