Corcoran Homes For Sale
New homes and development are transforming Corcoran into an absolutely beautiful suburb, mixing the quiet comforts of rural Minnesota with the modern amenities of the Twin Cities. Find your perfect place here by searching our listings of homes for sale in Corcoran.
Median Home Price: $257,460
From outdoor ice-skating in the winter to sand volleyball in the warmer months, the City of Corcoran maintains recreational and athletic facilities that residents can enjoy all year round. The city is home to ball fields, picnic shelters, sport courts and more!
Corcoran is home to a variety of retailers including florists, hardware stores, and more. Residents can also easily take advantage of the plethora of retailers located in nearby Maple Grove, including the high-end Shoppes at Arbor Lakes – which features stores like Banana Republic and William Sonoma.
If you’re hungry in Corcoran there are several fun and laid back dining options. From the delicious burgers and sandwiches at the 10-50 Club to pizza at Stanchion, there’s something for everyone to enjoy here. Plus, a short drive to neighboring Maple Grove gives residents access to fun eateries like Mama G’s where you can enjoy a great happy hour special and even play a game of sand volleyball!
In order to keep Corcoran beautiful and green, the city promotes programs including household composting, community clean up days, recycling, and other environmentally friendly practices.
Though no public transportation is available in Corcoran, Metro Transit operates a park and ride lot as well as an express bus route from Maple Grove into the downtown districts of the Twin Cities.
The five-member Corcoran City Council consists of the Mayor and four additional councilmembers. This council is responsible for deciding policies and budgets concerning any and all city business. A city administrator is appointed by the council to carry out all policies and ordinances. The Corcoran City Council meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month.
First settled in 1855, Corcoran was established as a farming community. Within the first several years, a school and several stores were built, and the small farming town continued to grow and thrive. Corcoran was first officially organized as a result of a town meeting in 1858, and since it has remained primarily agricultural, with the addition of several industrial businesses along the way.