McLeod County Homes For Sale
Hutchinson provides a number of big city amenities as well. With beautiful parks, fantastic communities and high performing schools, McLeod County is a great place to call home. Browse our listings of McLeod County homes for sale and find your new space now.
Median Home Price: $135,000
McLeod County residents have access to beautiful parks and green spaces perfect for recreational use. Of the six county parks, two of them are regional parks, which provide camping rentals, boat access, fishing piers, beaches, and picnic shelters in addition to open spaces for hiking, biking, and playing. No matter what types of outdoor recreational activities you enjoy, you’ll find the perfect place to get moving in McLeod County.
Shopping in McLeod County provides residents access to all types of shopping experiences. Two major commercial areas can be found in Hutchinson as well as Glencoe, with a large shopping center, the Hutchinson Mall, offering everything from Bath & Body Works to GNC to JCPenney. Other shops include antique stores, craft and pottery boutiques, and more!
Dining options in McLeod County range from fast food to locally grown fare. Some local favorites include mouthwatering local dishes from Zellas, and authentic Mexican cuisine from Sonora’s Mexican Restaurant in Hutchinson; as well as fantastic American classics from Lindy’s Café in Glencoe. Whether you’re hungry for burgers, enchiladas, or anything in-between, you’ll find the perfect restaurant to satisfy any craving in McLeod County.
Sustainability is extremely important to McLeod County residents and officials alike. With comprehensive environmental services and programs promoting water and wetland conservation, as well as energy use reduction, McLeod is committed to create and maintain a more sustainable community for the future.
Trailblazer Transit provides public transportation services to the residents of McLeod County. These Dial-a-Ride services are available for general public use and provide transit throughout McLeod, Sibley, and Wright counties.
The McLeod County Board of Commissioners consists of five board members from each of the county’s respective districts. The board is responsible for all county policy making and oversight of all operations and budgets.
McLeod County was created and organized in early March 1856. Named for Martin McLeod, one of the first settlers in the area, the 503 square-miles were cobbled together, combining several townships previously claimed by Carver and Sibley counties. Located to the west of the Twin Cities, McLeod County is one of the seven counties in Minnesota without any native forests, which made for easy farming of the prairies and savannas in the area, and which continues to this day. Today, McLeod County is a thriving area with a population of approximately 37,000 residents.