Edina

Edina

Welcome to Edina! Find Your Place Here.

Residents of Edina love their homes and the city. Less than 10 miles away from downtown Minneapolis, Edina is able to enjoy a small town feel with all the amenities of living in a big city.

Edina has award-winning schools, a well developed downtown, almost 40 parks, and an assortment of community-centered arts and recreation establishments. Edina is also home to Southdale, the nation’s first indoor mall. If you are searching for homes for sale in Edina, MN, view our Edina real estate listings today.

326 Active Homes For Sale  |  Median Home Price $733,250
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5201 Eden Ave, Edina MN, 55436  |   |  952-848-2400
Recreation

Edina boasts 40 parks and over 1,500 acres of open space as well as 10 recreational facilities for residents to enjoy. With programs, classes, sports leagues, and more, there’s always a fun way to stay active in Edina. Whether you want to hit the golf course, go for a swim, or play basketball, everything you need is easily accessible to you at top-notch facilities.

Shopping

If you love to shop, Edina is the city to live in. With fantastic shopping areas like 50th & France and the Galleria you’ll find everything you could want and more. Edina is also home to Southdale Center, the nation’s first regional indoor shopping mall.

Dining

Hungry? Edina offers countless dining options to please any palette. Whether you’re in the mood for Burgers – the Red Cow, or thinking Italian – Ciao Bella, or absolutely anything in-between, Edina has a restaurant to fulfill your cravings.

Green/Environmental

Edina offers single-sort recycling pick up to its residents, making it easy to go green. The city also holds Energy Events hosted by the Energy & Environmental Commission, which focus on environmental concerns of the community and society at large.

Schools

Edina’s residents are served by the public Independent School District 273 with six elementary schools, two middle schools, and one senior high school. The district is known for its standard of excellence, and in 2014 Edina High School was recognized as the #1 high school in Minnesota. The city is also home to four private schools: Our Lady of Grace, St. Peters Lutheran School, Excel High School, and Calvin Christian School. Post-secondary institutions in Edina include Devry University, Minnesota School of Business, Broadview Institute, Excel College, the Keller Graduate School of Management, and a branch of Minnesota State University, Mankato.

Transportation

Metro Transit fulfills Edina’s public transportation needs, with bus routes from Edina into the heart of Minneapolis. The city is also expanding its network of bike lanes, making it safer and easier to commute any way you please.

Local Government

Edina’s local government it served by a City Council that consists of the mayor and four additional council members. The council is responsible for appointing a city manager, who carries out the policies and ordinances dictated by the city.

City History

Primarily settled by Irish, English, and Scottish farmers, the area that would become present-day Edina was originally a part of the Richfield Township. In 1888 the residents of the area held a meeting to discuss creating a new village separate of the township, and so Edina was born. The city has grown and developed into one of the most affluent suburbs of Minneapolis.

Edina boasts 40 parks and over 1,500 acres of open space as well as 10 recreational facilities for residents to enjoy. With programs, classes, sports leagues, and more, there’s always a fun way to stay active in Edina. Whether you want to hit the golf course, go for a swim, or play basketball, everything you need is easily accessible to you at top-notch facilities.

If you love to shop, Edina is the city to live in. With fantastic shopping areas like 50th & France and the Galleria you’ll find everything you could want and more. Edina is also home to Southdale Center, the nation’s first regional indoor shopping mall.

Hungry? Edina offers countless dining options to please any palette. Whether you’re in the mood for Burgers – the Red Cow, or thinking Italian – Ciao Bella, or absolutely anything in-between, Edina has a restaurant to fulfill your cravings.

Edina offers single-sort recycling pick up to its residents, making it easy to go green. The city also holds Energy Events hosted by the Energy & Environmental Commission, which focus on environmental concerns of the community and society at large.

Edina’s residents are served by the public Independent School District 273 with six elementary schools, two middle schools, and one senior high school. The district is known for its standard of excellence, and in 2014 Edina High School was recognized as the #1 high school in Minnesota. The city is also home to four private schools: Our Lady of Grace, St. Peters Lutheran School, Excel High School, and Calvin Christian School. Post-secondary institutions in Edina include Devry University, Minnesota School of Business, Broadview Institute, Excel College, the Keller Graduate School of Management, and a branch of Minnesota State University, Mankato.

Metro Transit fulfills Edina’s public transportation needs, with bus routes from Edina into the heart of Minneapolis. The city is also expanding its network of bike lanes, making it safer and easier to commute any way you please.

Edina’s local government it served by a City Council that consists of the mayor and four additional council members. The council is responsible for appointing a city manager, who carries out the policies and ordinances dictated by the city.

Primarily settled by Irish, English, and Scottish farmers, the area that would become present-day Edina was originally a part of the Richfield Township. In 1888 the residents of the area held a meeting to discuss creating a new village separate of the township, and so Edina was born. The city has grown and developed into one of the most affluent suburbs of Minneapolis.

Market Activity for Edina | September, 2020

Homes sold in the past month in Edina totaled 41, while there were 847 sales in the past year. On average, the homes sold in the past month were 2,729 sq. ft. with the maximum size sold being 6,541 sq. ft., and they averaged four bedrooms. In comparison, homes sold in the past year averaged 2,623 sq. ft. in size, so there is very little change.

Average sales prices in Edina have climbed relative to the past year. These sales prices, however, are coming in well under initial list prices, indicating a strong buyers' market.

The average price for single-family homes in the past month was $667,785, up 11.3 percent from the average sales price for the preceding year at $599,941. When you compare this to national averages for home sales — the average home in the U.S. went for $350,000 — we can see thatEdinais a slightly more expensive place to buy a home.

The 323 listed homes on average are 3,356 sq. ft. and feature four bedrooms and two bathrooms, with the maximum size being 11,558 sq. ft.

The average days on the market for homes has increased. The county’s 103 DOM is 23 percent above the year average of 83 DOM.

The average price for listed properties currently is $959,846. The highest final price for a home sold in the previous 30 days was $1.9 million, and at the other end, the lowest priced house closed at $135,000.

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