Duluth

Duluth

Welcome to Duluth! Find Your Place Here.

Duluth is the gateway to Minnesota’s North Shore. Situated on Lake Superior, the city is filled with fun and exciting things to do. Historically (and currently) a shipping port, Duluth is known for beautiful Canal Park – filled with shops, restaurants, and the William A. Irvin, a floating ship museum. The city has many other attractions including the Glensheen Mansion, Enger Tower, and the historic Lift Bridge among others.

Duluth real estate is perfect for the lover of all things outdoors, offering fishing, skiing, snowboarding, hiking, camping, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, biking, and more. Like to run? Don’t forget about Duluth’s famous Grandma’s marathon! With amazing schools, parks, landmarks, and activities, Duluth is an amazing place to settle down. Check out our Duluth real estate listings today!

346 Active Homes For Sale  |  Median Home Price $155,000
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Recreation

Duluth is an outdoor-lover's playground. Filled with beautiful parks, trails, and situated on Lake Superior, there is no shortage of fun to be had here. Hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, swimming, ice-skating, and hunting are just some of the activities to enjoy. Beyond spending time in nature, the city of Duluth offers open indoor skating, sports leagues for both youth and adults, and great activities for seniors like bingo, cribbage, and open rec time. No matter who you are, there’s something to enjoy in Duluth.

Shopping

The city of Duluth is filled with all types of boutiques for those who love to shop. From art galleries to jewelers to large shopping centers, Duluth has it all. Check out the shops in Downtown Duluth, the DeWitt-Seitz Marketplace in Canal Park, or the unique boutiques at Fitger’s. If a mall is more your style, stop by the Miller Hill Mall for over 100 stores ranging from American Eagle Outfitters to Younkers.

Dining

Whether you’re looking for fine dining or a causal family friendly restaurant, Duluth has the selection of dining options perfect for any occasion. For amazing steak and seafood check out Black Woods Grill & Bar, or if you’re hungry for something more exotic, stop by Hanabi Japanese Cuisine for some sushi or hibachi. From classic bar food to craft breweries to vegetarian eats and more, Duluth’s dining scene has something for everyone! Plus, if the options are overwhelming, you can always just go to Grandma’s Saloon & Grill!.

Green/Environmental

The city of Duluth is extremely environmentally conscious, looking to keep all of its natural resources flourishing for years to come. Because of this, Duluth has a dedicated sustainability team, Sustainable Duluth, which created the City Operations Energy Action Plan. This plan outlines energy-use reduction strategies being utilized by the city such as adjusting city operations, streetlights and signal efficiency, and implementing LEED certified building standards throughout the city.

Schools

Duluth Public Schools, Independent School District 709, provides public educational services to the city of Duluth. The district is focused on providing an innovative educational experience, integrating the latest technologies into the classroom. With healthy, green facilities, and a safe and encouraging environment, district 709 consistently produces high test scores as well as high graduation rates. The city is also home to several independent and both Catholic and non-Catholic private schools.

Duluth is also a center of higher education, with the College of St. Scholastica, University of Minnesota-Duluth, Lake Superior College, Duluth Business University within the city’s limits and the University of Wisconsin-Superior and Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College located nearby.

Transportation

The Duluth Transit Authority provides public transportation services to the residents of Duluth. The DTA provides comprehensive routes throughout the city, including specialize routes for higher educational institutions.

Local Government

Under the Mayor-Council form of government, Duluth is governed locally by a nine-member City Council. The council is made up of the Mayor, four at-large councilmembers, and five councilmembers elected by each of the five city districts.

City History

Duluth was first utilized by fur traders in the 1650s, but began as a permanent settlement in the 1800s. Duluth is surrounded by natural resources, which made it a smart site for development. The canal was added in 1871 to ease the entrance of ships into the harbor, and because the canal separated a piece of land from the rest of the city, a ferry was used to shuttle people across. In 1904, a ferry bridge was constructed, which lead the way for the famous lift bridge, which was constructed in 1929.

The Aerial Lift Bridge is actually the largest, and quickest lift bridge in the world, rising to 138 feet in 55 seconds. When the St. Lawrence Seaway was opened, the bridge became even more important, as Duluth became the largest inland harbor in the world with ocean vessels traveling to the city frequently.

Though Duluth has seen the rise and fall of several industries, as well as a period when Canal Park was all but in ruins, the vibrant city is a beautiful and thriving place. Duluth is currently home to over 85,000 residents and continues to grow and change.

Duluth is an outdoor-lover's playground. Filled with beautiful parks, trails, and situated on Lake Superior, there is no shortage of fun to be had here. Hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, swimming, ice-skating, and hunting are just some of the activities to enjoy. Beyond spending time in nature, the city of Duluth offers open indoor skating, sports leagues for both youth and adults, and great activities for seniors like bingo, cribbage, and open rec time. No matter who you are, there’s something to enjoy in Duluth.

The city of Duluth is filled with all types of boutiques for those who love to shop. From art galleries to jewelers to large shopping centers, Duluth has it all. Check out the shops in Downtown Duluth, the DeWitt-Seitz Marketplace in Canal Park, or the unique boutiques at Fitger’s. If a mall is more your style, stop by the Miller Hill Mall for over 100 stores ranging from American Eagle Outfitters to Younkers.

Whether you’re looking for fine dining or a causal family friendly restaurant, Duluth has the selection of dining options perfect for any occasion. For amazing steak and seafood check out Black Woods Grill & Bar, or if you’re hungry for something more exotic, stop by Hanabi Japanese Cuisine for some sushi or hibachi. From classic bar food to craft breweries to vegetarian eats and more, Duluth’s dining scene has something for everyone! Plus, if the options are overwhelming, you can always just go to Grandma’s Saloon & Grill!.

The city of Duluth is extremely environmentally conscious, looking to keep all of its natural resources flourishing for years to come. Because of this, Duluth has a dedicated sustainability team, Sustainable Duluth, which created the City Operations Energy Action Plan. This plan outlines energy-use reduction strategies being utilized by the city such as adjusting city operations, streetlights and signal efficiency, and implementing LEED certified building standards throughout the city.

Duluth Public Schools, Independent School District 709, provides public educational services to the city of Duluth. The district is focused on providing an innovative educational experience, integrating the latest technologies into the classroom. With healthy, green facilities, and a safe and encouraging environment, district 709 consistently produces high test scores as well as high graduation rates. The city is also home to several independent and both Catholic and non-Catholic private schools.

Duluth is also a center of higher education, with the College of St. Scholastica, University of Minnesota-Duluth, Lake Superior College, Duluth Business University within the city’s limits and the University of Wisconsin-Superior and Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College located nearby.

The Duluth Transit Authority provides public transportation services to the residents of Duluth. The DTA provides comprehensive routes throughout the city, including specialize routes for higher educational institutions.

Under the Mayor-Council form of government, Duluth is governed locally by a nine-member City Council. The council is made up of the Mayor, four at-large councilmembers, and five councilmembers elected by each of the five city districts.

Duluth was first utilized by fur traders in the 1650s, but began as a permanent settlement in the 1800s. Duluth is surrounded by natural resources, which made it a smart site for development. The canal was added in 1871 to ease the entrance of ships into the harbor, and because the canal separated a piece of land from the rest of the city, a ferry was used to shuttle people across. In 1904, a ferry bridge was constructed, which lead the way for the famous lift bridge, which was constructed in 1929.

The Aerial Lift Bridge is actually the largest, and quickest lift bridge in the world, rising to 138 feet in 55 seconds. When the St. Lawrence Seaway was opened, the bridge became even more important, as Duluth became the largest inland harbor in the world with ocean vessels traveling to the city frequently.

Though Duluth has seen the rise and fall of several industries, as well as a period when Canal Park was all but in ruins, the vibrant city is a beautiful and thriving place. Duluth is currently home to over 85,000 residents and continues to grow and change.

Market Activity for Duluth | September, 2020

Homes sold in the past month in Duluth totaled 142, averaging 1,716 sq. ft. in size with three bedrooms on average. The maximum size sold last month was 4,915 sq. ft., and the minimum was 672. Of the homes sold in the past year, the average size was 1,778 sq. ft.

Pricing in Duluth’s real estate market has been relatively when it comes to the average sales price, causing only small declines in month to year comparisons.

Home sales last month averaged $237,420, a downtick of just 2.2 percent over the average sales price documented for the past year at $242,719, signifying a stable real estate market. In either case,Duluthis still an affordable place to live when compared to national sales averages: The average home in the U.S. sells for $350,000.

Among the 371 homes listed for sale, the average size is 2,241 sq. ft. with a maximum posted size at 10,530 sq. ft. The homes listed average three bedrooms and one bathrooms.

The average days on the market for homes has hastened. The current average is 48 DOM, which is 24 percent below the year average of 63 DOM.

The average list price in Duluth is $368,196. The most expensive single-family home around this region is currently priced at $3.0 million. The highest final price for a home sold in the past 30 days was $1.3 million, while the most low-priced listing closed at $20,000.

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