Waconia

Named after Lake Waconia on the cities northern shore, the city of Waconia is one of the oldest cities in the area having established its post office in 1860.  The first inhabitants of the Waconia area came from New Orleans, up the Mississippi River, over the Minnesota River to Carver’s Landing at Carver, Minnesota. From there, they followed Carver’s Creek to Burandt’s lake, and found their way through a heavily wooded area to what is now Waconia. The actual settlement of the area where Waconia is now located began as soon as the Indian title to the land was extinguished and a government survey made. Ludwig Sutheimer and Michael Scheidnagel are claimed to have been the first permanent settlers. 


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Average Price $536K
Lowest Price $190K
Highest Price $995K
Total Listings 51
Avg. Days On Market 60
Avg. Price/SQFT $226

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WACONIA SCHOOL DISTRICT

The city of Waconia is in the Waconia School District. Waconia School District serves the cities of Waconia, Minnetrista, Victoria, St. Bonifacius, and New Germany. In addition, the Waconia School District also serves the townships of Benton, Camden, Dahlgren, Hancock, Hollywood, Laketown, San Francisco, Waconia, and Watertown.

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