Crystal Homes For Sale
Residents enjoy a great community center, multiple parks, an aquatic center, and great events for all generations to enjoy. If you are searching for homes for sale in Crystal, MN, view our Crystal real estate listings today.
Median Home Price: $192,810
Crystal is home to over 240 acres of parks and open land. The city boats 24 parks, numerous ball fields, courts playgrounds, trails, a community garden and a dog park. Additionally the Crystal Community Center offers an outdoor aquatic center, a skate park and a little league baseball complex. The city hosts a number of different events throughout the year and has available sports leagues for the whole family.
Crystal offers a variety of shopping opportunities. Between the Crystal Gallery Mall, the Crystal Shopping Center, and the Crystal Town Center you’ll find anything and everything you need. From Famous Footwear to Geneva Discount Furniture to Half Price Books, you have every shopping experience could you need.
Crystal boasts a wide selection of dining opportunities no matter what you’re craving. El Loro Mexican Restaurant is famous for authentic Mexican creations from chimichangas to burritos; enjoy fresh food, music, or a glorious margarita! Stop by Jin’s Chow Mein for the most delicious chow mein in Crystal, or grab a quick bite at any number of fast food establishments from Chipotle to McDonald’s.
The city of Crystal cares deeply about the preservation of the community’s environment. The city website offers a variety of resources for residents that are interested in recycling a number of items. Click here for more information.
Robbinsdale Area Schools ISD281 serves the city of Crystal, with the Armstrong Schools that include seven elementary schools, two middle schools and a high school; as well as the Cooper Schools that include three elementary schools, two middle schools and a high school. To determine which school your child should attend, visit the Robbinsdale Area Schools website for district zone information.
Metropolitan Council is planning the METRO Blue Line Extension, also known as the Bottineau light rail transit (LRT) line, which would run from Target Field station in Minneapolis to the west then north through the cities of Golden Valley, Robbinsdale, Crystal and Brooklyn Park. The Blue Line will have one station in Crystal located at the southwest corner of the intersection of Bass Lake Road and County Rd. 81 (Bottineau Blvd.).
The Crystal City Council consists of seven members: a mayor and six council members who are elected to alternating four-year terms. Elections are held in November during even-numbered years. The mayor is responsible for chairing council meetings.
The Hennepin County Government authorized the organization of Crystal Lake Township in 1860. The first settler of Crystal Lake Township was John Ware Dow, who arrived on March 26, 1852, followed the next day on March 27th by John C. Bohanon. In the late 1800's the Village of Crystal became disorganized, but was reorganized in 1911 to prevent being annexed by Minneapolis. In 1936, the Township of New Hope was formed again taking with it the western portion of the Village of Crystal. There have been several minor adjustments of the boundaries of Crystal in the ensuing years. The Village of Crystal became a City of the Second Class in 1960.