Nicollet County Homes For Sale
Bordered by larger cities like Mankato and New Ulm, residents here find that nothing is out of their reach. Whether you enjoy shopping, hunting, or anything in-between homes for sale in Nicollet County allow citizens to truly have it all.
Median Home Price: $172,000.00
Nicollet County boasts some phenomenal recreational amenities for residents to enjoy. From beautiful parks, lakes, and hunting lands, to river access, those who love the outdoors will have no problem finding something to do. Notable natural resources include Seven Mile Creek Park, Fort Ridgely State Park, and massive swan lake.
No matter what you’re shopping for, you’ll find it nearby in Nicollet County. Larger retail centers can be found in Nicollet, North Mankato, and St. Peter, with the massive regional commercial center of Mankato found just beyond the county line. From clothing to hardware to gifts and more, you have easy access to it in Nicollet County.
Even the pickiest eaters will find something they enjoy in Nicollet County. From unique cafes like Ron’s Pine Street Café in Nicollet, to familiar chain restaurants like Dairy Queen in St. Peter, there is truly something for everyone. To check out some local favorites stop by Patrick’s in St. Peter or Big Dog Sports Café in North Mankato.
Nicollet County cares deeply about keeping the environment healthy. From providing extensive resources regarding sustainable practices and environmentally friendly choices to residents, the county also offers comprehensive recycling programs and more.
The school districts responsible for providing educational services to the residents of Nicollet County are as follows:
Certain areas of Nicollet County have access to public transportation. St. Peter Transit and the Greater Mankato Transit System offer bus routes and dial-a-ride services in the areas of St. Peter and North Mankato, respectively.
The 5, district-elected, members of the Nicollet County Board of Commissioners is tasked with the legislative and administrative oversight of county operations and budgets. The board aims to make the county a more livable place for all residents.
Created in 1853, Nicollet County was claimed on the shores of the Minnesota, then St. Peter, River. The first major settlement – St. Peter – was chosen as the county seat. This settlement was also intended to be the state capitol, but because the bill that named St. Peter as capitol was stolen, St. Paul earned the designation. Today, Nicollet County is home to thriving businesses, fantastic natural resources, and a population of just fewer than 35,000 residents.