Ramsey Homes For Sale
This community is a fantastic place to call home, whether you have a large family or are moving on your own. Browse our listings of homes for sale in Ramsey to find your new home now.
Median Home Price: $223,000
The City of Ramsey provides all sorts of recreational amenities for residents. Because the city is situated on the Rum and Mississippi rivers, there are beautiful protected natural areas, parks, trails, and more to be explored. From the amphitheater at The Draw Park, to ice rinks and ball fields, you’ll find the perfect place to do what you love in Ramsey.
Ramsey is filled with stores for any shopping need. From furniture stores to bicycle shops to clothing, carpet, and even an RV dealer – you’ll find it all here. Plus, residents have easy access to the quaint boutiques like Millie P’s Quilt Shop and Amore Antiques in neighboring Anoka.
Whether you’re looking for your favorite fast food stop, or want to try something new, the dining scene in Ramsey has something for everyone. With fantastic Chinese from Ginger Café and classic Mexican dishes at El Azteca, you can enjoy something new and different. Or, if you’re looking for a delicious burger or pizza, stop into Willy McCoys!
The City of Ramsey works to achieve environmental sustainability wherever possible. From promoting the growth of community forests to providing a comprehensive recycling program and related resources, the city is on its way to a cleaner, more sustainable future.
Metro Transit provides for the public transportation needs of Ramsey residents. The Northstar Line, route 888, stops at the Ramsey Station on Sunwood Dr. which offers a 350 spot covered parking ramp, making it easy and convenient to commute into downtown Minneapolis for work or for fun.
Ramsey is governed locally by the City Council. This body, consisting of the Mayor and four other councilmembers is responsible for the administrative and legislative oversight of all city operations and budgets. The council meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month.
Ramsey was first established as a trading destination along the Mississippi River. Settlers and traders alike used the river as transportation, moving between the settlement and the larger commercial centers to the south. The city has grown substantially since it’s founding, but still maintains a rural feel. Today, Ramsey is home to approximately 25,000 people, a thriving economy, and fantastic school districts.