The Family Story

Once a family farm, Wyndham Hills is nestled on a 250-acre tract of land located in Hastings, Minnesota. Previously known as the Wallin farm, this cherished area has evolved over the years into an upscale suburban development.

On the Farm

Originally from North Dakota, Carl and Theresa Wallin moved to Minnesota in the 1920’s and settled in south Minneapolis. Carl had been raised on a farm in North Dakota, and had always loved farm life. The pull of farming kept tugging at Carl until eventually, in the 1930’s, he and Theresa purchased this farm land.





Fishing on the FarmCarl dug in, establishing a working homestead by planting corn, soybeans, and oats. Carl and Theresa’s two boys, Duane and Winston, began raising turkeys, chickens, and hogs, and soon grew into young men themselves. They returned frequently for family get-togethers, bringing along their own growing families to enjoy enchanting family times on the farm. Even today, Carl and Theresa Wallin’s grandchildren reminisce about picnics, fishing, and playing with their cousins during visits to the family land. As the years passed and the family grew, the one constant was the farm.


Life on the Farm

This cherished land has been passed down through the family for generations. Even today, now a development creating memories for many families, members of the Wallin family actively manage Wyndham Hills development, with an eye on every detail.





Carl and Theresa Wallin’s legacy lives on in Wyndham Hills, which celebrates family, love, and tradition. From its beginnings, first as the Wallin family farm, to today as Wyndham Hills development, the sense of community has been a strong focus of Wyndham Hills. The Wallin family, honoring the values of Carl and Theresa, wish to share this land with other families, to build their own sense of community. Currently in its 16th addition, the Wyndham Hills development has only about 75 lots remaining.

Wyndham Hills
This is the Wallin family legacy, which they proudly carry forward, offering families an opportunity to begin their own traditions, build memories, and cherish the land as the Wallins have, through this generation and for many more to come.