New Homes in Medina MN

Home buying, Medina Real Estate

Buying a New Home in Medina, MN 

Medina is a small but charming community with a rural flavor.  It is located on the western edge of Hennepin County.  The area of the city is 27 square miles, 1.55 square miles of that area is water.  The population as of 2010 was 4,892 people.   As of July 2015, the median home value is $551,200, up 4% over the last year and predicted to rise another 1.2 % in 2016, according to Zillow. 

Top 7 Reasons to buy a new home in Medina

1.  New homes in Medina have easy access to Downtown Minneapolis

Want to hear the symphony, watch a play, visit a museum, or plan a special evening of dining? Downtown Minneapolis is an easy 20-mile drive heading east on the expressway. Hop on 494 in nearby Plymouth and access the entire Metro! 

Beautiful Minneapolis

2. New home developments in Medina are close to shopping & restaurants

Just 12 miles south, you find Ridgedale Center in Minnetonka, which offers endless options in fashion for yourself and your home in a mall setting.  Also to the south, a mere 7 miles, is the chic and charming Wayzata shopping district.  There you will find dozens of high-quality retail shops featuring fashions, art, and antiques.  Stop for lunch at one of the restaurants overlooking Lake Minnetonka for a leisurely meal and a stunning water view. 

Hamel Lion's Club Flea Market

3. Hamel Lions Club Flea Market is minutes from the new homes in Medina

Do you know where you can buy a vintage lawn chair, an antique doll, a head of lettuce, and a baby ferret all in the same place? For an enjoyable experience, spend a Sunday morning at the Hamel Lions Flea Market at the Medina Entertainment Center Grounds on Highway 55.  With space for hundreds of dealers, this is Hennepin County's largest outdoor flea market, where you will find antiques, collectibles, crafts, produce and plants, and one-of-a-kind bargains galore! The market is open Sundays from 6-12 am from May through mid-October, and admission is free. The scheduled opening day this year is Sunday, May 3, 2015.

4. The new developments have access to Medina's parks and recreation

Medina abounds in natural beauty and is the all-season location for recreation! Its10 parks and nature areas include trails, lakes, nature reserves and sanctuaries, beaches, parks, and a golf course.  You can walk, bike, fish, sail, swim, and horseback ride in the summer.  When winter snows cover the trails, enjoy a day of cross country skiing, snowshoeing, or ice skating. 

Medina enjoys access to the Three Rivers Park District

Regional and State Parks include Baker Park Reserve and Wolfsfeld Woods.  The area is part of the Three Rivers Park District, consisting of the Luce Line State Trail and the Dakota Rail Trail.

If walking, hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, snowmobiling, or cross country skiing is your thing, the limestone 63 mile Luce Line State Trail will fill your needs. In comparison, the Dakota Rail Trail is a 13 mile paved, mostly flat trail offering spectacular lake views, perfect for walking, hiking, rollerblading, or walking the family pooch. 

Enjoy biking on the Dakota Rail Trail

Wolfsfeld Woods is a Nature Conservancy and protected forest of various mature hardwood tree species covering gently rolling hills. Visit in late spring and experience the woodland bursting with colorful blooms. Bring your camera or your easel and paints!

Baker Park Reserve, part of the Three Rivers Park District, consists of 27,000 acres of land hugging the shores of Lake Independence and offers activities from golfing to cross-country skiing to camping. Baker Campground is open from April 25 to October 19, with over 200 campsites from basic to campground cabins to suit your camping style and preference. For hardy, adventurous individuals, winter camp options are also available! The golfing enthusiast will love the 210 acres Baker National Golf Course with practice areas, a driving range, a 9-hole Evergreen Executive Course, and a nationally recognized 18-hole Championship Course.

5. Medina, MN is family-friendly, with low crime & low unemployment

Medina has a lower than Minnesota and national average crime rate.  Everyone loves to feel safe! Medina plays and works! It's an unemployment rate of 3.7%, lower than the state and national average.

Orono High School is one of the districts that Medina children attend

6. New developments in Medina have incredible education options

Medina’s children are served by the four public school districts of Orono, Wayzata, Delano, and Rockford. Public School Performance Rating ranked #9 in Minnesota according to Orono High School is rated #5 in the state. Your children will receive a quality education from Elementary Grades through High School, where the needs of all students are met.  

Medina Real Estate

7. Medina, MN's new construction and new home developments are hot!

Area Vibes rates Medina very livable, awarding it a score of 72.  With a stable housing market, low crime, low unemployment, excellent schools, and convenient location, it’s easy to see why.   If you want all the Metro has to offer close at hand but enjoy the charming ambiance of a small town, Medina might be just right for you!

Begin your search for a Medina home now.  

Check out some of our other community profiles: Top 7 Reasons to Live in Orono MN, 7 Perfect Reasons to Buy a Home in St. Louis Park,

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