Gem Lake Homes For Sale
Gem Lake is just miles away from many unique dining spots, shops, and restaurants. If you’re interested in moving to a quiet city with a thriving commercial district, browse our listings of homes for sale in Gem Lake today!
Median Home Price: $288,000
There is something for everyone in and near Gem Lake. Looking for a hole in one? Gem Lake Hills is a fun executive course that’s perfect for casual outings with friends and family, or leagues. In neighboring White Bear Lake, there are over 20 public parks that feature amenities including playground, walking trails, and even an 18-hole disc golf course.
While Gem Lake retailers offer everyday essentials, neighboring White Bear Lake’s downtown district boasts a wide variety of shops for all of your shopping needs. The 14 block area features specialty boutiques, along with book, music, and art stores. You’ll find everything you’re looking for between Gem Lake and White Bear Lake.
If you’re hungry, head to Gem Lake’s neighboring town of White Bear Lake. Craving a legendary breakfast? Dig in at Key’s Café and Bakery. Looking for a newer eatery, where the dishes are made from scratch? Look no further than EAT! @ Banning and 5th. Searching for something else? No matter what you’re craving, White Bear Lake will have something to satisfy your needs.
The city of Gem Lake values its natural environment and strives to preserve it. Offered in the city is a bi-weekly curbside recycling pick-up for residents.
Gem Lake residents have a variety of nearby public and private school options to choose from. The area and its surrounding communities are served by the White Bear Lake Area School District. The district values innovation and strives to build quality lives for students while providing excellent community education opportunities.
There are no independent public transportation services in Gem Lake, with the exception of the school district’s bus transportation for students.
The 5-member Gem Lake City Council operates under a mayor and four additional council members. They meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month.
Gem Lake was originally part of the Town of White Bear, and was incorporated as a city with an almost unanimous vote from its residents in 1959.