Medina

Medina is a nice blend of historic properties, new construction, and working farms. The land was originally inhabited by Native Americans and was formally declared a village in 1858. It was named after the holy city of Medina in Saudi Arabia. 

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.6M
Lowest Price $290K
Highest Price $3.9M
Total Listings 28
Avg. Days On Market 82
Avg. Price/SQFT $287

Property Types (active listings)

Medina is roughly 27 square miles.

  • The beauty of Medina is the ease of access with only a 25 minute commute to downtown Minneapolis, but you have all the creature comforts of a larger city within a few minutes drive.

  • The city of Medina has made a commitment to the parks system and preserving nature.

  • The population of Medina is roughly 6,500 and is steadily growing.  In fact, since 2000, Medina has had a population growth of almost 93%.  

  • In Medina, you are able to have horses on parcels of land larger than 5 acres and you will find some of the best riding schools in Medina.  

Retail and businesses are growing rapidly in Medina and you won’t have to go too far to find a Target, McDonald’s or grocery store.  

  • Nearby Plymouth also can cater to any dining or retail needs you may have.  

  • Another nice amenity of Medina is the Uptown Hamel area.  It provides a pedestrian-friendly “main street” that offers retail, office, and specialty shops. 

Medina has its own Police Department and is served by four different fire departments: Hamel, Long Lake, Loretto and Maple Plain.  Based on crime statistics, violent crime is 88% lower in Medina than the national average.  

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PARKS AND NATURE

Baker Park Reserve, Wolsfeld Woods Scientific & Natural Area, the Park at Fields of Medina, Hamel Legion Park, Hunter Lions Park, Lakeshore Park, Holy Name Park, Medina Morningside Park, Maple Park, Rainwater Nature Area, Tomann Preserve, Walnut Park, and Medina Lake Preserve

SCHOOLS IN THE DISTRICT 

Medina falls into four different school districts: Rockford School District, Delano School District, Orono School District, and Wayzata School District

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