Le Sueuer County Homes For Sale

Each city boasts distinct features and charm, ranging from unique shopping experiences to fantastic restaurants and more. With great hunting land and other fun recreational amenities, all located just north of everything that Mankato has to offer, this county provides a great place to call home. Check out our listings of homes for sale in Le Sueur County today and find you new place. Median Home Price: $167,000

Le Sueuer County


Le Sueur County is filled with lush green spaces and parks. The County provides amenities such as boat accesses, trails, and fields for recreational enjoyment. Whether you want to fish, swim, bike, hike, or play, Le Sueur County’s Ney Nature Center Park, Lake Washington Park, Richter Woods Park, or any of the other 8 parks has the perfect amenities for you.


There are several distinct shopping areas in Le Sueur County for residents and visitors to enjoy. Whether you’re looking for clothing, gifts, hardware, or anything in-between there’s a retailer available with the perfect item. Major commercial centers can be found in St. Peter, Le Sueur, Le Center, Montgomery, and Kasota. Plus, Mankato with the River Hills Mall is located just a short drive south.


Dining options in Le Sueur County include everything from lakeside dining to chain restaurants to your fast food favorites. Some County favorites include the Lakeside Supper Club in Montgomery, which serves fantastic locally sourced meals including mouthwatering steaks; El Tacazo Mexican Delights in Le Center; and Whiskey River in St. Peter. No matter what you’re craving, you’ll find the perfect dish in Le Sueur County.


Le Sueur County’s Department of Environmental Services is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all residents and native wildlife. The County works to increase sustainability and conservation of resources – promoting public programs and increasing energy reduction strategies throughout the County’s operations.


Public transportation resources in Le Sueur County include dial-a-ride services and routine bus route in the city of Le Sueur. Dial-a-Ride services are available through Le Sueur Transit as well as Health Ride and Blue Ride for medical appointment transit.

Local Government

The 5-member Le Sueur County Board of Commissions is responsible for administrative and legislative decisions regarding all County policy. The Board is also the budgetary authority, providing budget allocation and operational oversight within the County.

City History

Le Sueur County was established in 1853 through an act passed by the Minnesota Territorial Legislature. Named after the French explorer Pierre Charles Le Sueur who traveled up the St. Peter River (now the Minnesota River) in the 1700s, the County began with a majority of its settlements located on the water. Without established roads, those who claimed land in the center of the county were isolated, making commercial activity extremely difficult. That is, until the addition of the railroad. With the railroad came the establishment of stockyards, banks, and industry to Le Sueur Center, prompting the population to boom. Today, Le Sueur County is home to just fewer than 30,000 residents and is a County know for both modern amenities and small town living.

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