Victoria Homes For Sale
This community center offers an ice rink, walking track, gymnasium, and exercise facility with full locker rooms and numerous classes. Interested in Victoria real estate? Check out the slider above to view out listings of Victoria homes for sale now!
Median Home Price: $370,030
Victoria is filled with beautiful park spaces and recreational facilities for residents of all ages to enjoy. From campgrounds to ball fields, the “City of Lakes and Parks” has no shortages of spectacular places to get outside and get active. Plus, the Victoria Recreation Center is home to a fitness center, ice rink, walking track, and more. Whether you love the outdoors or would rather take advantage of indoor amenities, Victoria has the perfect facility for you.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect gift for a baby shower, an outdoor enthusiast, or for your loved one – just because – Victoria has the perfect assortment of stores to meet your needs. From flowers to food to cigars, you’ll find the perfect shop, every time.
From spectacular Bloody Marys at Floyd’s Bar to a juicy burger at the Victoria House, there’s no shortage of delicious dining options in Victoria. Some other local favorites include Vic’s Bar and Grill, Roulette’s Pizza, and The Social ice cream shop!
The City of Victoria is extremely dedicated to providing residents with the most environmentally friendly community possible. In the summer of 2015, Victoria became a Step 3 GreenStep City, meaning that the city has made great strides in implementing extensive energy saving and waste reducing programs and policies, helping to create a more sustainable environment for all.
SouthWest Transit provides public transportation services in nearby Chaska, Chanhassen, and Carver, providing an easy and reliable way for commuters to reach the downtown districts of the Twin Cities.
The Victoria City Council consists of five members, the Mayor and four additional councilmembers, and is responsible for administrative and budgetary oversight of all city policies and ordinances. The council works to make all city services more accessible to residents who need them.
Victoria was first settled in the mid-1850s. Settlers cultivated farms and built several schools and churches within the first two decades. Victoria boomed with the addition of the railroad in 1882, though the community has remained primarily agricultural throughout its history. Today, Victoria is home to approximately 9,000 residents, and continues to thrive as an exurb of the Twin Cities.