Medina Homes For Sale
Medina is served by four fantastic school districts, and offers easy access to all types of fantastic dining and entertainment options within the city and in neighboring Maple Plaine, as well as Wayzata. If you’d like to relocate to a quieter life, but still live close enough to the Twin Cities to enjoy all that the metropolitan area has to offer, browse our listings of homes for sale in Medina today!
Median Home Price: $586,590
From golf courses to baseball leagues Medina is filled with spectacular recreational amenities and activities for residents of all ages and abilities to enjoy. The city boasts a number of parks, trails, and lakes, perfect for hiking, biking, playing, swimming, fishing, boating, and so much more. Beyond city parks, Medina is also home to state and regional parks as well. No matter what you love to do, this city has the places and spaces to get out and enjoy what you love.
Whether you need to pick up paper towels or a new pair of skis, Medina has the variety of retailers to provide you with anything and everything you need. From Target to Nordgren Automotive to Office Max, this city gives you access to just about anything, right nearby.
The area surrounding Medina is chalk full of all different types of dining experiences. From fast food restaurants, to family eateries, to fine dining, you’ll find something for everyone here. Local favorites include Peg’s Countryside Café in nearby Hamel; and Birch’s on the Lake – featuring two different dining experiences – in Long Lake.
To help promote sustainable practices throughout the community, the city of Medina not only offers extensive recycling programs, but also provides composting/organics recycling as well. There are also programs including The Blue Thumb Program that encourages residents to utilize rain gardens, plant native flora, and more.
SouthWest Transit provides public transportation services in nearby Chaska, Chanhassen, and Carver, providing an easy and reliable way for commuters to reach the downtown districts of the Twin Cities.
The Victoria City Council consists of five members, the Mayor and four additional councilmembers, and is responsible for administrative and budgetary oversight of all city policies and ordinances. The council works to make all city services more accessible to residents who need them.
Victoria was first settled in the mid-1850s. Settlers cultivated farms and built several schools and churches within the first two decades. Victoria boomed with the addition of the railroad in 1882, though the community has remained primarily agricultural throughout its history. Today, Victoria is home to approximately 9,000 residents, and continues to thrive as an exurb of the Twin Cities.