St. Francis Homes For Sale
St. Francis seamlessly blends rural and city living. Residents can enjoy scenic areas along the river; and, if they choose, own an abundance of land, or even their own hobby farm! Browse our listings of homes for sale in St. Francis if you’re looking for a wonderful quiet community to grow in!
Median Home Price: $180,800
St. Francis boasts many beautiful city parks that offer a wide variety of amenities. Walking trails, sports fields, and playground equipment are featured in the parks, along with many other recreation opportunities.
St. Francis is filled with all of the essentials, like general stores and hardware stores; it is also home to thrift stores and consignment shops, like That Other Thrift Store and ReStyle Consignments! The city also fishing bait and tackle shops. Head over to neighboring Anoka’s downtown district for a wider assortment of retailers.
St. Francis boasts an assortment of eateries for all types of cravings. If you’re looking for a family friendly pub, check out Beef O’ Brady’s! Craving Italian? Mansetti’s Pizza & Pasta is the place for you. Other local favorites include Rum River Inn and Patriot Lanes & Lounge.
The city of St. Francis offers a single-sort recycling system for its residents.
School District 15 provides for the educational needs of students residing in St. Francis and the surrounding areas. This district strives to provide all students with the skills and knowledge to become responsible citizens and succeed in achieving their dreams.
There is no public transportation available in St. Francis, MN with the exception of the school district’s bus transportation for students.
The 5-member St. Francis City Council operates under a mayor and four additional council members. They meet on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month.
In 1661, the Rum River was named after St. Francis by Father Hennepin. The surrounding area was also named after the saint. Originally an unincorporated village within a township, St. Francis was declared a village in 1962, after population growth in the 50’s and 60’s. The village officially became a city in 1974, and has been adding more and more amenities ever since.