Roseville Homes For Sale
In terms of the real estate market, Roseville features the lowest property taxes in Minnesota, making it a suitable place to buy land within the state. If you are looking for homes in Roseville, MN, view our Roseville real estate listings today.
Median Home Price: $223,650
The city of Roseville provides residents with nationally recognized parks and recreation facilities. With 30 parks and 67 miles of trails and walkways there are plenty of opportunities to walk, bike, picnic, and play. Roseville is also home to an arboretum, a nature center, a golf course, a beach, and a skating center, as well as playgrounds and several recreation centers.
Roseville is filled with abundant shopping opportunities for residents to enjoy. Besides HarMar Mall, Crossroads Mall, and countless other smaller shopping centers, Roseville is home to Rosedale Center, a premier shopping mall with stores like Apple, Macy’s, Sephora, and more.
No matter what you’re hungry for, Roseville has a restaurant that is sure to please. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite, or a sit-down experience, you’ll find it here. From all-you-can-eat Asian favorites at Khan’s Mongolian Barbeque, to enticing surf and turf options from Axel’s, to the health-oriented entrees at Good Earth, there is truly something for everyone.
Sustainability is a top priority for the city of Roseville. Beyond energy-saving initiatives within city operations, Roseville also hosts the Living Smarter Home and Garden Fair. This free public fair helps residents learn about smarter, eco-friendly living practices to help increase sustainability throughout the city for years to come.
Independent School District 623, Roseville Area Schools, serves the residents of Roseville. The district’s high school, Roseville Area High School, is ranked in the top 2% of schools in Minnesota, and the top 4% of schools in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report. The city is also home to two private schools: Concordia Academy and St. Rose of Lima. As for higher education institutions, Minneapolis Business College, National American University, and the University of Northwestern – St. Paul, are all within the city’s limits.
Metro Transit provides public transportation services to the residents of Roseville. Fixed routes 223, 225, and 227 circulate within Roseville, while express bus routes are available to the downtown districts of both St. Paul and Minneapolis.
The local governing body of Roseville operates under the council-manager plan. The City Council consists of the Mayor and four councilmembers, and is responsible for appointing a City Manager to carry out their policies and ordinances.
Established in 1850, the Rose Township is located halfway between the equator and the North Pole (a fact which is denoted on a boulder located on present-day Cleveland Avenue). Agriculture dominated the area until the 1930s, when the railroad and wide-open spaces attracted major commercial development. Following World War II, the township’s government could no longer accommodate the rapid population increase, and in 1948 Roseville was incorporated into a village. As growth continued in the ‘50s and ‘60s the community focused on redevelopment and preservation. Today, Roseville is a thriving suburb with a vibrant economy and strong community.