Sartell Homes For Sale
As a progressive and growing community, the residents of Sartell make this city a pristine community for anyone to thrive in. Interested in Sartell homes for sale? Contact a RE/MAX Results agent for information on Sartell real estate listings today!
Median Home Price: $194,460
The Sartell community is surrounded by an abundance of natural beauty, including the Mississippi and Watab Rivers that flow through the middle of the city. There are over 40 parks and greenways offering 48 miles of trails, as well as two golf courses.
Sartell offers a variety of retail shopping options no matter what you’re looking for. Find your everyday needs such as clothing, food, and more at Sam’s Club, Walmart, Walgreens, and the Family Dollar Store.
Sartell offers several local dining options, no matter what you’re in the mood for! Grab some Mexican food and a margarita at Anejos, a quick bite at the Cornerstone Buffet & Restaurant, or some classic comfort food and a beer at Blue Line Sports Bar & Grill.
Sartell offers residents access to the Sartell compost site open seven days a week. To apply for a permit to gain access to the site, visit the City of Sartell website.
The Sartell-St. Stephen District No. 748 is a central Minnesota school district that serves students from preschool to 12th grade. The school system is comprised of four schools:
- Oak Ridge Elementary School: preschool through 4th grade
- Pine Meadow Elementary School: preschool through 4th grade
- Sartell Middle School: 5th through 8th grade
- Sartell High School: 9th through 12th grade
The local metro bus system runs seven days a week in Sartell, St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids, Waite Park and Saint Cloud. The city bus route as well as the dial-a-ride service for individuals with disabilities are both available online.
In addition to local transportation the city of St. Cloud offers the Northstar Commuter Bus service to the Twin Cities.
The city of Sartell is represented by the Mayor and four city council members. The mayor and city council members are elected to four year terms. The City Administrator is appointed by the City Council and serves as the administrator for the city, overseeing day to day operations and implementing policies of the City Council.
Originally incorporated in 1907, Sartell began as small town on the river that mainly relied on lumber and paper for its economic growth. The city was originally called the “The Third Rapids,” a name given by French fur traders as they traveled up the Mississippi River. The name was eventually changed to Sartell, for Joseph B. Sartell, who arrived in 1854 working as a millwright in a local saw mill. In 1884 him and his sons began the Sartell Brothers Lumber Company that would eventually give the town a prosperous beginning.