Mound Homes For Sale
Mound is much more than its downtown, however. The city is also well known for its natural offerings, whether it’s a part of Mound that’s almost completely surrounded by Lake Minnetonka (otherwise known as “The Island”), the Dakota Trail for biking and hiking or one of the city’s many great shorelines by the lake. Mound also features the Midwest’s favorite coffee shop, Caribou Coffee. More than 9 thousand people call Mound home. If you are looking for homes for sale in Mound, MN, view our Mound real estate listings today.
Median Home Price: $310,820
Mound offers a variety of outdoor activities to enjoy year round. Located so close to Lake Minnetonka, you’ll find a variety of lake cruises, boating clubs, sailing schools, golf courses, beaches, parks, and much more. Visit the Westonka Community & Commerce site for more information!
Mound is proud to offer a variety of local businesses encouraging residents to shop locally. From Wolf Sportswear, to the local Trading Post to the Aspen Embroidery & Design you will find all the products you need.
Hungry? No matter what you are craving, you will find it in Mound. The famous Surfside Bar & Grill offers family-friendly dining offering a full menu including a bar, perfect for catching the game or brunch on Sundays. Sop by Scotty B’s for classic American dining in a homey setting or grab a pizza from Carbone’s.
Mounds offers bi-weekly curbside recycling, as well as a Community-Wide Recycling Day every May at Minnetrista City Hall. Items accepted include appliances, batteries, carpet, electronics, etc. Learn more here!
Westonka Schools serves the families and students of Mound, Minnesota. This district includes 5 schools:
- Westonka Community Preschool
- Hilltop Primary School
- Shirley Hill Primary School
- Grandview Middle School
- Mound Westonka High School
Mound has a network of volunteers who offer affordable, flexible and safe transportation options through a program called WeCAB. For information, click here.
The City of Mound is a Statutory Class B City, with an elected City Council that is under the direction of the City Manager in charge of carrying out decisions and providing day-to-day services.
The Village of Mound was incorporated in 1912, and originally derived its name from the Indian mounds once found within the city limits. Early on, Mound was known as Mound City with a bustling business district on the shore of Cooks Bay. In 1900, the railroad passed through the north and gave way to the business district that Mound is known for today.