Willernie Homes For Sale
The family-centric city of Willernie provides an opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. If you’re interested in moving to a quieter, non-industrial life, browse our listings of homes for sale in Willernie today!
Median Home Price: $176,700
Located within Mahtomedi and just a short distance from the city of White Bear Lake, Willernie is surrounded by parks and trails for wonderful outdoor recreation opportunities. White Bear Lake is the greatest recreational amenity of the area with endless options for water sports, hiking, and more. Residents and visitors alike will find a lot to enjoy in Willernie, Mahtomedi, and White Bear Lake.
In neighboring White Bear Lake, you’ll find a charming downtown area with unique shops to suit your every need. Whether you’re looking for antiques, original home décor, a local clothing boutique, or something to buy for your furry friend, you’ll definitely find it in the 14 clocks of White Bear’s downtown district.
There are many wonderful dining options surrounding Willernie. Venture over to White Bear Lake for casual, elegant dining at Acqua Restaurant & Wine Bar, or the best ice cream in town at Cup & Cone! You’ll find the best dining spots in the Twin Cities northern suburbs’ around here.
Willernie and Mahtomedi care about living green and protecting their built and natural environments. They offer a single-sort curbside recycling program to their residents to help with their environmental goals.
The Mahtomedi School District provides for the educational needs of Willernie, Mahtomedi, and other surrounding area residents of all ages. With dedicated staff, innovative curriculum, and extensive extra-curricular activities, this district strives to be known for engaging, challenging, and inspiring their students.
There is no public transportation available in Willernie, MN with the exception of Mahtomedi public school bus transportation for students.
The 5-member Willernie City Council operates under a mayor and four additional council members. They meet on the third Wednesday of each month. The council is responsible for carrying out city council directives, as well as the administration of policies.
Willernie, formerly known as Wildwood Manor, began its life in 1914. It was a small community consisting of summer cottages across small lots from an amusement park. Like many other cities during that time, development of the community revolved around railroads. The beauty of the area lured summer tourists, and the city developed quickly, boasting a grocery store, inn, and garage, as well as restaurants and taverns. According to the legend, Ma Barker’s boys lived in Willernie and frequented its dining spots in the 1930’s. The city eventually acquired paved streets, street lighting, sidewalks, and police services, but still remains without industry to this day.