Red Wing Homes For Sale
The quaint downtown area, Main Street, is filled with shops and boutiques ranging from florists to jewelry shops to Red Wing Confectionary. If you’d like to see what else this city has to offer, check out our wide selection of homes for sale in Red Wing.
Median Home Price: $154,000
Red Wing is a beautiful riverside community boasting 38 parks, trails, and more. With ball fields, pavilions, outdoor skating rinks, aquatic center, and four golf courses there is no shortage of great places to get active outdoors. Residents have access to everything from museums to theaters to the historic Red Wing Shoe and Red Wing Pottery stores. From sports leagues to performing arts, this city has something for everyone.
If you are looking for a unique shopping experience, you’ll find it in Red Wing. From the Main Street District, filled with galleries, and boutiques in converted historic homes; to the beautiful downtown district; and more. Whether you’re looking for jewelry, clothing, pottery, shoes, antiques or anything else, there’s a shop, boutique, or gallery perfect for you.
Residents of Red Wing enjoy a plethora of dining options ranging from quick, inexpensive bites, to luxurious dining experiences. Whether you are in search of authentic German, Mexican, English, or Italian cuisine, there’s a restaurant serving up something to satisfy your craving. If you’re looking for a gourmet meal, book a reservation at The Port in the St. James Hotel. Thinking Pizza? Stop by Marie’s Underground Grill & tap house. The options are endless!
The city of Red Wing cares deeply about the environment and working towards a sustainable future. With a dedicated Sustainability Commission, the city works to conserve and preserve energy and ecological resources to provide a beautiful, efficient community for years to come. One city sustainability project, the Solar Electricity Program, consisted of the installation of solar panels on city buildings to provide cleaner energy for the community.
Red Wing Public Schools, Independent School District 256, provides educational services and facilities for residents of all ages. The district consists of five schools and two additional learning facilities, including the Colvill Family Center for preschoolers and their families; Sunnyside Elementary for kindergarten-2nd grade students; Burnside Elementary for grades 2-4; Twin Bluff Middle School for grades 5-7, and Red Wing High School for grades 8-12. With 90% of graduating students from district 256 continue on to higher education institutions following high school, and an extensive Continuing Education program, Red Wing Public Schools is a fantastic place to learn.
Hiawathaland Transit provides public transportation services to the citizens of Red Wing. Regular bus routes run Monday-Friday from 6:00am-6:00pm, and Dial-a-Ride services are available Saturdays from 7:00am-5:00pm.
The city of Red Wing is governed by the City Council. The council consists of seven councilmembers and the Mayor. This governing body is responsible for the creation and administration of all city ordinances and policies.
The territory that would become Red Wing was procured by the United States during the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, but wasn’t permanently settled until 1849. A short 8 years later, Red Wing was incorporated into a city, expanding only when the city and neighboring Burnside Township were consolidated in 1971. Since its inception, the city of Red Wing has been a leading manufacturing city in the state of Minnesota, and is known for its Red Wing Shoes and Pottery.