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About Fawn Creek Court

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Looking for the perfect location that offers convenience and affordability? Fawn Creek Court is the community for you! Fawn Creek Court is located in a serene country setting in Anamosa, IA. Anamosa was named the Pumpkin Capital of Iowa in 1993 and hosts Pumpkinfest, a pumpkin festival and weigh-off, each October! If you’re looking for homes in Anamosa, IA, come to Fawn Creek Court. It is conveniently located near IA-64, just outside of Iowa City and Cedar Rapids.
At Kodiak Property Management, we believe in options, which is why we offer comprehensive financing options. We make searching for homes for sale in Iowa City, IA affordable! Build equity, save money and buy the home of your dreams with Kodiak Property Management.
Take advantage of country living that is affordable and conveniently located. Your perfect home is waiting for you at Fawn Creek Court!

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Fawn Creek Court - 331
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Fawn Creek Court $49,900
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— School District


  • » Strawberry Hill Elementary
  • 203 Hamilton Street, Anamosa, Iowa 52205
  • Rating: 4
  • » Anamosa Middle School
  • 410 Old Dubuque Road, Anamosa, Iowa 52205
  • Rating: 5
  • » Anamosa High School
  • 209 Sadie Street, Anamosa, Iowa 52205
  • Rating: 2

Local Attractions


Anamosa was the birthplace of the regionalist artist Grant Wood.
Visitors can view a collection of satirical interpretations of his most famous work American Gothic at the Grant Wood Art Gallery on Main Street. The unincorporated town of Stone City is a few miles northwest of Anamosa and was the location for some of Grant Wood's paintings.

Historic buildings built of local stone are still standing.
The quarry that supplied the limestone still exists today as Weber Stone Company.

Wapsipinicon State Park is on the southwest edge of the city. The Hale Bridge is inside the park.
The Iowa Army National Guard flew the three spans of the Hale Bridge from the Olin/Hale staging areas to the new home across the Wapsipinicon River at Wapsipinicon State Park by helicopter.

Be sure to visit some of the other local attractions like the National Motorcycle Museum and the Starlighters II Theatre.

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