Description/Within walking distance
Eastbrooke is tucked away in a cozy area on the east side of Mason City off the beaten path. The streets wind through this subdivision in a nice and relaxing way.
Surrounding this tucked away subdivision is farmland. This includes a nearby a creek that runs along a walking trail that extends to North Iowa Community College. This roughly 2 mile trail is a peaceful scenic route through farmland. As you walk along the path, there are benches for taking a rest and enjoying the natural beauty.
You will find it nice and convenient to catch the fireworks (Mason City Fireworks take place on the ) right from your home.
This subdivision is home to a few condos and single story to two story houses ranging in price of $135,000 to $250,000.
In 1978 Ken Bales was the driving force behind the Eastbrooke subdivision. With his experience as a development specialist he worked with the homeowners association and began to design what is now Eastbrooke. The streets are named after different milestones in Ken’s civilian life as well as his time in the US Navy.
Within the community, residents can enjoy using the community center, pool, tennis courts, ball fields, and playground. Fine dining and local entertainment is conveniently located downtown. Music Man Square brings you back to a time of music and wonder.
Specialty coffee to Seattle style coffee houses are beautifully spaced throughout Mason City.
Fast food chain restaurants are within minutes of Eastbrooke and other fine dining options are closely located downtown.
Located within the local grocery store is a daily buffet of a wide variety of choices that will meet your needs.
Multiple options for pizza of either dining in or taking out.
Water, Sewer and Garbage - can be started by contacting the City of Mason City.
Internet - Mediacom and CenturyLink offer high speed Internet connections
Television - Direct TV, Dish Network and Mediacom give you television to keep up with your favorite shows.
Phone Service - CenturyLink and Mediacom have options for traditional landline telephone service.
Elementary School - Homeowners with children Preschool through 4th grade can send their kids to Jefferson Elementary School, which is part of the Mason City Iowa School District. This school has a roughly 16:1 student to teacher ratio with a little over 400 students in the school. Jefferson also boasts the highest test scores in the Mason City school district according to greatschools.com
Intermediate School - Students who are in grades 5th and 6th come to Lincoln Intermediate. They get a chance to transition into middle school.
John Adams Middle School - Children come to John Adams Middle School in the 7th and 8th grades.
Mason City High School - Parents send their children to Mason City High School in the grades 9th through 12th. This school has multiple opportunities and can facilitate every child.
North Iowa Christian School - This is a private Christian school that provides a nondenominational Christian education grades kindergarten through 12th grade. This school is expanding and growing every year.
Newman Catholic School - The convenience of having daycare, preschool-12th grade all on one campus. Newman is known for their Catholic traditions. Newman students adhere to Christian values and principles of love and respect in the classroom and on all areas of the campus. Newman provides a quality education experience for its young people in a safe environment that fosters excellence in academics and spiritual development.Students put faith into action by volunteering in the community and learn Christian values that stay with them for their lifetime. Scholarship opportunities are available. Families wanting their children to have a faith filled education have a great opportunity here. Newman has a lot to offer including award winning athletics and arts programs. This school educates preschool through 12th grade.
Mason City Alternative School - Is a school with a 17:1 student to teacher ratio that allows students the opportunity to learn and grow. This school invites students who are in 9th through 12th grade.