Hermantown Homes For Sale

Beyond the shops and restaurant within Hermantown’s limits, those who live there can easily take advantage of all that the adjacent city of Duluth has to offer, such as concerts and sporting events at the DECC arena. If you’re looking for Hermantown homes for sale, browse our listings and find your new home today.

Median Home Price: $209,250



Hermantown is the perfect city for those who enjoy the outdoors. The city boasts numerous parks, trails, lakes, ball fields, and more, in addition to hosting sports leagues and other recreational activities. In addition to all that Hermantown has to offer, neighboring Duluth is also home to a wide variety of fun indoor and outdoor recreation, including fun on Lake Superior!


In Hermantown, you’re just minutes away from countless shops and boutiques. From American Eagle Outfitters, to Old Navy, to Younkers in the Miller Hill Mall; to Kohl’s, Target, Best Buy, and more, you’ll find absolutely anything and everything you need.


No matter what you’re hungry for, you’ll find something spectacular in Hermantown, or in nearby Duluth. The choices are practically endless! Whether you’re craving Mexican, Italian, or German classics, there’s a restaurant serving up exactly what you’re looking for. Some local favorites include Maya Family Mexican Restaurant’s delectable fajitas, and Bridgeman’s Restaurant’s mouthwatering malts!


Hermantown seeks to create and maintain the most environmentally friendly community possible. To do so, the city works with residents to promote and utilize extensive recycling and energy reduction programs throughout city facilities and homes alike.


The Hermantown Public School District, ISD 700, is responsible for providing educational services to the residents of the city, and surrounding townships. This district is known for both outstanding academics as well as athletics, and is known for one of the top high school hockey programs in the state.


The Duluth Transit Authority provides extensive public transportation services throughout neighboring Duluth, Proctor, and Superior, WI. Residents of Hermantown can utilize this service to take advantage of resources in those neighboring cities.

Local Government

The Hermantown City Council consists of five councilmembers, including the Mayor, and works to make city services and resources more readily available to those who need them. The council meets on the first and third Tuesday of every month.

City History

The Town of Herman, as it is referred to in county records, was first established in the mid-1800s. By 1910, the population was nearing 1,000, and the town boasts schools, sawmills, and more. The town and population continued to grow until a large forest fire destroyed parts of the community in 1918. Herman quickly bounced back, and with the assistance of federal housing programs, saw extensive growth in the 1930s and 1950s. In 1974, the City of Duluth announced that it intended to annex two-thirds of Herman Township, which left residents and community members outraged, as they had already applied to become a city of their own. This application was approved, however, and on December 31, 1975 the Town of Herman became the City of Hermantown.

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