Learn more about homes in Minneapolis, MN

Living in Minneapolis, MN

When you come to Minneapolis you are coming to a city built inside a park. Decades ago the city founding fathers made a commitment to preserve the natural lakes and park land which are some of the most picturesque views to be found anywhere. Communities throughout the metro area dedicate a minimum of 10% of the land in planned neighborhoods to parks, biking & hiking trails, nature preserve out lots and tot play grounds. A master trail for biking and hiking connects hundreds of miles of groomed nature trails with planned community park land. It is an intricate part of the environment we live in. After all Minnesota is the land of 10,000 lakes. We have found a way to bring that beauty home to those who live here throughout all the seasons (winter, spring, summer and fall).

What else do people do here? Here are some interesting facts to answer that question. The City of Minneapolis and the five county metro area host the following amenities: There are 936 scenic lakes, 513 improved parks, more than 100 live theaters: (the world famous Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis and The Ordway Theater in St. Paul), home of Garrison Keillor and the community of Lake Wobegon, 53 camping areas, 478 hotels, 107 movie theaters, 61 marinas, 155 boat launches, 3,989 restaurants, 171 night clubs, 11 major museums, over 50 historical points of interest, two major down town areas (Minneapolis and St. Paul), 51 major shopping areas including the Mall of America (one of the nations largest enclosed shopping and entertainment malls), major league sports featuring the Twins, Vikings, Timberwolves and The Wild. University of Minnesota plus 26 colleges and universities, 74 art galleries (including 13 fine art museums and institutes), 693 indoor/outdoor tennis court areas, 1,763 beaches and pools, 137 bowling alleys, 87 golf courses, the largest concentration of turn of the century Victorian homes in the country at Ramsey Hill in St. Paul (every one should experience viewing one of the neighborhoods candle light fall evening tours), the Minneapolis Artist Walk A Thon (over 500 artists open there studios to the public in a week end open house), the Minneapolis Summer Aquatennial featuring parades, milk carton boat races, fishing contests and week long festivities, the St. Paul Winter Carnival featuring ice and snow carving, winter parades, treasure hunts, week long events that end with King Boreous chasing away the winter, the world’s second largest State Fair (a great Minnesota get together), a fall Renaissance and dozens of annual festivals. You sure can not say there is no variety or very little to do for entertainment.

Once people move here they do not want to leave. Minneapolis is a great place to live. Come join us you’ll like it.

Minneapolis Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 82 homes for sale in Minneapolis, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
93% Single Family, 6% Multi Family and 1% Land/lot.

93% Single Family
6% Multi Family
1% Land/lot

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 82
Average Home Size 1,761 ft² / 164 m²
Price Range ($50,000 - $1,350,000)

Weather in Minneapolis

The average high temperatures in Minneapolis range from 22 in January to 84 in July

Average home income in Minneapolis

The average household income of a Minneapolis resident is $81,685 with an average home value of $255,273

Population of Minneapolis

Minneapolis has 1,039,960 residents.

Home ownership in Minneapolis

The average level of home ownership in Minneapolis is 60%.

Education breakdown of Minneapolis

Education levels of residents of Minneapolis include: highschool 21%, associate 8%, bachelor 26%, graduate 14%.

Households in Minneapolis

Minneapolis has 430,030 homes, built on average 54 years ago.

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You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 82 homes for sale in Minneapolis. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Multi Family and Land/lot. The average list price of these property results is 374,201. Prices are listed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Minneapolis please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 82 homes for sale in Minneapolis, MN are represented by 2 member brokerages serving the Minneapolis area. Member brokerages representing the 82 homes include Edina Realty Home Services and Fazendin Realtors.