Sneak Peek into our Oak Drive Project

Oak Drive is one of the most sought after streets in East Edina.  Enjoy the warm, welcoming photos…

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6601 Interlachen Blvd-Testimonial

This home is For Sale and on the market!  We appreciate the testimonial, and if you want more information on this property, give us a call and we can put you in touch with the agents who are listing the property.

“Blueline Homes did an exceptional job of delivering high quality at a reasonable price.  The home was completed on time and on budget, with none of the problems you hear about with other builders.  Scott and Margaret are a pleasure to work with – they are very knowledgeable, conscientious, and responsive.   In addition, they demonstrated great integrity throughout the building process.  I will definitely work with them again on my next home!”

If you would like more information on BLUELINE HOMES, please contact Scott Busyn at 952-807-8765 or

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6601 Interlachen Blvd-For Sale

We are excited to announce that our Blueline home at 6601 Interlachen Blvd in Edina, is finished and is now on the MARKET!

View listing:

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Contact Scott today at 952-807-8765 for more information!

5328 Halifax Avenue-For Sale!

Another popular Blueline Home for sale at 5328 Halifax in the heart of Edina. Walk to 50th and France and conveniently close to Downtown, Minneapolis Lakes Area and the award winning Edina Schools. Contact Scott at 952-807-8765 for more information.

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5101 Indianola Avenue, Edina

Blueline Homes, a division of Great Neighborhood Homes presents a timeless Colonial in Edina’s Arden Park neighborhood. Open floor plan. Gourmet kitchen with center island, walk-in pantry and window sink. Pocket office, huge mudroom, front porch and a hard to find 3-car garage. Master suite with vaulted ceiling. Spa-like master bath with soaking tub and a huge walk-in closet. Upstairs laundry. Lower level features a rec room, 5th BR, exercise room and 3/4 bath. Potential sport court.

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5 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths (4 beds up, one lower level)

4000sf (1400 main, 1450 upper, 1150 lower)

Open floor plan

Gourmet kitchen with center island, walk in pantry, and window sink

Pocket Office

Huge mudroom

Front porch

Hard to find 3 car garage

Master Suite with vaulted ceiling

Spa-like master bath with soaking tub and huge walk in closet.

3 other large kids bedrooms upstairs with big windows and closets

Jack and Jill bath

Upstairs laundry

Lower level features rec room, 5th Bedroom/exercise room, 3/4 bath, and tons of storage.

Many upgrades available including:

Indoor Sport court

Screen porch

Outdoor fireplace

Steam shower

Golf simulator

Craft Room

Wet bar

Smart home technology

Wine Cellar

Home Theatre

Heated Floors

New construction to be built on one of the quietest yet walkable streets in Arden Park. Call Scott at 952-807-8765 or email him

“No McMansions” Article Reinforces Blueline Homes Concept

The Wall Street Journal article “No McMansions for Millennials” describes the growing trends in housing for echo boomers. Blueline Homes are a perfect match for a generation seeking a simpler and smarter way of living!

Excerpt from the article:
“Here’s what Generation Y doesn’t want: formal living rooms, soaker bathtubs, dependence on a car.

In other words, they don’t want their parents’ homes.
Much of this week’s National Association of Home Builders conference has dwelled on the housing needs of an aging baby boomer population. But their children actually represent an even larger demographic. An estimated 80 million people comprise the category known as “Gen Y,” youth born roughly between 1980 and the early 2000s. The boomers, meanwhile, boast 76 million.

Gen Y housing preferences are the subject of at least two panels at this week’s convention. A key finding: They want to walk everywhere. Surveys show that 13% carpool to work, while 7% walk, said Melina Duggal, a principal with Orlando-based real estate adviser RCLCO. A whopping 88% want to be in an urban setting, but since cities themselves can be so expensive, places with shopping, dining and transit such as Bethesda and Arlington in the Washington suburbs will do just fine.

“One-third are willing to pay for the ability to walk,” Ms. Duggal said. “They don’t want to be in a cookie-cutter type of development. …The suburbs will need to evolve to be attractive to Gen Y.”