Saint Cloud

Saint Cloud

Welcome to St. Cloud! Find Your Place Here.

As the 10th largest city in the state of Minnesota, Saint Cloud is home to over 68 thousand residents. St. Cloud is located just over one hour from both Minneapolis and Saint Paul and can trace its roots back to the Native American community.

Today Saint Cloud is a vibrant area and partly a college town that’s the proud home of St. Cloud State University, the second largest college in the state. If you are searching for homes for sale in St. Cloud, MN, view our St. Cloud real estate listings today.

171 Active Homes For Sale  |  Median Home Price $225,900
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3950 3rd St N, St Cloud MN, 56303  |   |  320-251-2200
Recreation

The city of St. Cloud parks and recreation department not only maintains the city’s parks and trails, but also provides activities for residents of all ages. From providing outdoor skating rinks and open gym time to sports leagues for kids, teens, and adults, there’s always something fun to do in St. Cloud!

Shopping

St. Cloud is a retail destination for those living in central Minnesota. With numerous shopping centers like the Division Place Fashion Center and the Riverwood Mall, St. Cloud offers shoppers the experience they’re looking for. Whether looking for antiques, clothing, gifts, or anything in between, St. Cloud has a store that will fulfill your needs.

Dining

Whether you’re craving an old favorite, or looking to try something new and different, St. Cloud’s dining options have it all. From chain restaurants to unique eateries like the Water’s Edge on Pleasant Lake, there’s always a fantastic dining experience waiting for you in St. Cloud.

Green/Environmental

The city of St. Cloud offers biweekly recycling pick-up for a small monthly fee.

Schools

The St. Cloud Area School District (ISD 742) consists of 11 schools and serves St. Cloud and several surrounding towns. As the largest school district in central Minnesota, district 742 is known for its innovative teaching methods that incorporate old society values with new economy skills. St. Cloud also has a major private high school, Cathedral High School, as well as five other high schools that serve the area.

St. Cloud is home to several post-secondary educational institutions including St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud Technical and Community College, Rasmussen College, and Globe University/Minnesota School of Business.

Transportation

A regional transportation hub, the St. Cloud Metro Bus transit system provides service within the city as well as to neighboring Sartell, Sauk Rapids, and Waite Park.

Local Government

The city is served by a combination of the Mayor and the City Council. The council consists of seven members, four representing their respective wards, and three “at-large” members.

City History

Incorporated in 1856, St. Cloud began as a combination of three existing settlements – Upper Town, Middle Town, and Lower Town, which were distinct in the make up of their populations. Over time, the city developed into a trade and processing destination for farmers in the surrounding area. The founding of the first granite quarry along with the expansion of the railroad into the city prompted the city to grow, laying the foundation for what is now one of the largest cities in Minnesota.

The city of St. Cloud parks and recreation department not only maintains the city’s parks and trails, but also provides activities for residents of all ages. From providing outdoor skating rinks and open gym time to sports leagues for kids, teens, and adults, there’s always something fun to do in St. Cloud!

St. Cloud is a retail destination for those living in central Minnesota. With numerous shopping centers like the Division Place Fashion Center and the Riverwood Mall, St. Cloud offers shoppers the experience they’re looking for. Whether looking for antiques, clothing, gifts, or anything in between, St. Cloud has a store that will fulfill your needs.

Whether you’re craving an old favorite, or looking to try something new and different, St. Cloud’s dining options have it all. From chain restaurants to unique eateries like the Water’s Edge on Pleasant Lake, there’s always a fantastic dining experience waiting for you in St. Cloud.

The city of St. Cloud offers biweekly recycling pick-up for a small monthly fee.

The St. Cloud Area School District (ISD 742) consists of 11 schools and serves St. Cloud and several surrounding towns. As the largest school district in central Minnesota, district 742 is known for its innovative teaching methods that incorporate old society values with new economy skills. St. Cloud also has a major private high school, Cathedral High School, as well as five other high schools that serve the area.

St. Cloud is home to several post-secondary educational institutions including St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud Technical and Community College, Rasmussen College, and Globe University/Minnesota School of Business.

A regional transportation hub, the St. Cloud Metro Bus transit system provides service within the city as well as to neighboring Sartell, Sauk Rapids, and Waite Park.

The city is served by a combination of the Mayor and the City Council. The council consists of seven members, four representing their respective wards, and three “at-large” members.

Incorporated in 1856, St. Cloud began as a combination of three existing settlements – Upper Town, Middle Town, and Lower Town, which were distinct in the make up of their populations. Over time, the city developed into a trade and processing destination for farmers in the surrounding area. The founding of the first granite quarry along with the expansion of the railroad into the city prompted the city to grow, laying the foundation for what is now one of the largest cities in Minnesota.

Market Activity for St. Cloud | August, 2020

St. Cloud has seen its average sales price climb in the past year. These sales prices, however, are coming in under initial list prices, indicating a buyers' market.

Home sales last month averaged $207,820, an uptick of 8.7 percent over the average sales price logged in the preceding year at $191,239. The median sales figures for homes across the country, meanwhile, stand at around $349,950, meaningSt. Cloudis a more affordable area to buy real estate in than much of the rest of the U.S.

The average list price in St. Cloud is $254,298. The highest final price for a single-family home bought in the past month was $549,000, and on the other side, the most inexpensive house went for $33,500.

St. Cloud has 247 homes actively seeking sales. Homes listed for sale average 2,241 sq. ft. in size – although the square footage maximum is 6,695 – with four bedrooms and one bathrooms.

Homes sold in the past month in St. Cloud totaled 100, averaging 1,996 sq. ft. in size with three bedrooms on average. The maximum size sold last month was 6,191 sq. ft., and the minimum was 1. The homes sold last month were similar in size to those sold in the past year, which averaged 1,955 sq. ft.

When we look at the number of days on the market, St. Cloud has slowed significantly. The current average is 84 DOM, which is 33 percent higher than the year average of 63 DOM.

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