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Duluth Homes & Real Estate

Search Duluth homes for sale & real estate in Saint Louis County, MN below. Duluth, Minnesota is located on the western tip of Lake Superior, just north of the Wisconsin state line. The seat of St. Louis County, this port city is home to 86,000 residents. Duluth marks the northernmost point of I-35, which stretches as far south as Laredo, Texas. Highways 53 and 2 serve the city as well. Duluth International Airport hosts three commercial airlines. The city is about 150 miles north of Minneapolis. The city uses zip codes 55801 through 55808 and 55810 through 55812. For further information regarding properties for sale in Duluth, Minnesota or to schedule a private showing, contact your Duluth MN real estate experts today. Read more about Duluth real estate.

Duluth Housing Market

The median price of single family homes for sale in Duluth is in the mid $100s. Single family home prices start at less than $50,000 in certain areas for homes of one to two bedrooms and typically less than 800 square feet. Homes at the median price point average three bedrooms and about 1,000 square feet of living space. High-end real estate priced from the $800s often features up to six bedrooms as well as stunning lake views in neighborhoods such as Congdon, Kenwood, Chester Park, and Lakeside-Lester Park. Architectural styles found in Duluth range from cottage and row house to Colonial, farmhouse, and mid-century modern. About two-thirds of the single family homes for sale in Duluth are more than 50 years old.

There are several planned communities in Duluth, some with active builders. Hawk Ridge Estates, a 60-acre neighborhood in East Duluth, consists of three phases and has some unsold lots available to potential homeowners. Builders include Kaski Inc., Billman Construction, and Wausau Homes. Odyssey Development offers homes for sale in Park Point.

Prospective homebuyers can also find condos and townhomes throughout the city in neighborhoods like Congdon, Park Point, and Downtown Duluth.

Duluth Community Amenities

The medical industry provides more jobs in Duluth than any other sector, with St. Mary’s Duluth Clinic and St. Luke’s Hospital numbering among the city’s largest employers. The education sector provides numerous jobs as well, with Duluth Public Schools and University of Minnesota Duluth each employing more than 1,500 workers. The median household income for Duluth is about $45,000.

Duluth is known for its specialty shops and niche boutiques. Art Dock features goods by more than 180 local artisans. Hawk Ridge Art Gallery, Lake Superior Art Glass, and Master Framing Gallery showcase local talent as well. Candy shops include Fannie Rose, Hepzibah’s Sweet Shoppe, and Great! Lakes Candy Kitchen. Duluth Trading Company, Frost River Trading Company, and Blue Heron Trading Company are located in the city as well.

Duluth is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts from fishers and hunters to hikers and cyclists—not to mention those who love finding the best camping spots. The city boasts nearly 7,000 acres of parklands, more than 150 miles of multi-use trails, and numerous fishing locations. There are more than a dozen fishing and sailing charter companies operating in Duluth.

Another major Duluth attraction is the Great Lakes Aquarium, the only all-freshwater aquarium in the US. It showcases local ecosystems with a variety of permanent and rotating exhibits and features more than 200 species of animals.

Duluth Local Highlights

  • Aerial Lift Bridge landmark built in 1905
  • Minnesota Point (locally known as Park Point) neighborhood and recreational area
  • Growing adventure tourism sector
  • Theatre arts at Duluth Playhouse & Teatro Zuccone
  • Fond-du-Luth Casino
  • Tweed Museum of Art
  • Minnesota Ballet & Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra
  • The Canal Park area features waterfront views and excellent shopping and dining

Duluth offers seemingly boundless outdoor recreation and a healthy arts and culture scene. Thanks to its competitive real estate market and strong economy, now is an ideal time to buy a home in this beautiful lakeside city.

Duluth Area Schools

Children of Duluth residents attend schools in the Duluth Public School District, which consists of nine elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. There are several public charter schools and private schools serving the city as well.

Institutes of higher education include the University of Minnesota Duluth, College of St. Scholastica, Lake Superior College, and Duluth Business University.

Duluth Real Estate Agents

Thinking about moving to Duluth, MN? Let our local real estate agents guide you through the purchase of your next property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current Duluth home. As local real estate agents, we’re experts on the dynamics unique to the Duluth Minnesota real estate market.

Contact Kris Lindahl Real Estate, Official Partner of the Minnesota Wild, to learn more about buyer and seller representation. Planning to sell your Duluth property? Check out our free home valuation, where you can find out the value of your Duluth home in moments!

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