Princeton Homes & Real Estate
View today's top Princeton homes for sale & Mille Lacs County real estate listings below! Princeton, Minnesota is a city located in both Mille Lacs and Sherburne Counties along the Rum River. With a total area of just over 5 miles and a population of around 5,000 people, Princeton is a small city rooted in a rich history of farming, lumbering, and brickmaking. Residents living in Princeton communities enjoy wide open spaces and big city amenities right in town. To request up-to-date information about Princeton, MN properties for sale or to arrange a private showing, contact your Minnesota real estate experts today.
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Princeton Housing Market
The real estate market in Princeton varies from 3+ acres of farmland to single-family houses with 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms with over 4,000 square feet of living space in a Princeton neighborhood. On the low end of the market, buyers who tour the area will find mostly vacant lots and open land starting at around $40,000. While the high end of Princeton's housing market, excluding very large pieces of commercial land, home prices cap off at around $750,000 for a large home on a larger-than-average lot.
Princeton Community Amenities
The community of Princeton, MN has a lot of amenities to offer its residents and tourists alike. With a strong emphasis on community and historical relevance, Princeton is a common weekend and seasonal destination for residents living in neighboring areas. The city hosts numerous annual events such as the Rum River Festival, the Mille Lacs County Fair, and Fall Chili Fest. Popular local attractions include the Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge and the Depot Museum. And when it's time to head out of town, big city amenities can be found in nearby St. Cloud, which is only 30 miles away as well as in Minneapolis, which is about 50 miles south. Travelers can access the larger nearby communities via Highway 169 and Highways 95. School-aged residents will attend school in the Princeton Public School District, which serves K-12 as well as preschool, adult learning, and an online academy.
Originally a farming and lumbering town, Princeton, MN has developed into a thriving community with an abundance of real estate options, plenty of community amenities and easy access to larger neighboring towns. Those looking to buy a home with wide open spaces should consider Princeton, Minnesota.
Princeton Real Estate Agents
Looking to purchase a house in Princeton? Let our Minnesota real estate specialists work with you to navigate the process of buying or selling your home. Our local real estate agents have expert knowledge on the distinct dynamics of the Princeton housing market.
For further information about Princeton buyer or seller representation, contact Kris Lindahl Real Estate, Official Partner of the Minnesota Wild. If you're preparing to sell your Mille Lacs County property, use our CMA page to uncover the resale value of your Princeton property instantly!
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