St. Michael Homes For Sale
With plentiful parks, entertainment options, and more this community provides a spectacular place to call home. To learn more about the city, continue below for more details on local amenities, or browse our listings of homes for sale in St. Michael above!
Median Home Price: $242,250
St. Michael is home to numerous parks and countless recreational opportunities for residents to take advantage of. Each of the city’s parks include amenities ranging from ball fields to basketball courts to horseshoe pits and skating rinks. There are also three regional parks in St. Michael including Pelican Lake Waterfowl Refuge, Beebe Lake County Park, and Crow-Hassan Park Reserve.
The shopping scene in St. Michael has everything from pet stores to florists to auto shops and everything in-between. Whether you’re searching for gifts, clothing, or antiques, you’ll find the perfect store to meet your needs. Plus, the Albertville Premium Outlets are located just a short drive away!
Hungry? Whether you’re craving burgers, pizza, or Chinese, you’ll find something to please everyone in St. Michael. Some local favorites include China Inn, which has spectacular specials; and Liberty Restaurant & Bar, known for their broasted chicken, ribs, and Sunday morning breakfast.
In order to keep St. Michael has sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible, the city has a comprehensive recycling program and resources for residents. To learn more, visit the St. Michael website here.
The educational needs of St. Michael residents are met by the St. Michael-Albertville School District #885. This district is ranked in the top 12.5% of districts in the state for student achievement, and promotes not only academic excellence but extra-curricular involvement for a well-rounded educational experience for each student.
Trailblazer Transit provides for the public transportation needs of St. Michael residents. The service offers both bus transportation as well as the volunteer driver program. All buses are handicap accessible, and are available for residents of all ages.
The St. Michael City Council is responsible for the legislative and budgetary oversight of all city operations. The council consists of five members, the Mayor, and four additional councilmembers. Council meetings are held every second and fourth Tuesday of each month and are open to the public.
Though a post office has been operational in St. Michael since 1858, the settlement was unincorporated until 1890. The community began as an agricultural center, and grew around the Church of St. Michael – a Catholic church that still stands today. Now, St. Michael is home to just over 16,000 residents as well as a bustling economy and strong school system.