As a comparatively older community, the average age among the 4000-plus residents of Grant, MN, was 50 years. In 2017, the median household income was well above six figures. Niche.com named it the 15th best place to retire in the state.
Grant measures 25 square miles with roughly 1.5 square miles attributed to its many small lakes and ponds. The city is located along Minnesota State Highways 36 and 96.
Grant Township is reported to have organized in 1858. It was originally to be named Greenfield, but at that time another township had already claimed the name. In 1864, the local government declared it be named Grant in honor of Ulysses S. Grant.
In 1996, the city of Grant was incorporated.
Many fine homes can be found in the suburbs that dot the corners of Grant. It is not uncommon to find affordable homes with beautiful lake views.
Developments are popping up on the west side of Grant, with four- and five-bedroom homes demanding $1 million-plus. The median property value in Grant was above $460000, as of 2017.
According to Niche.com, Grant's public schools placed the city at 36 of 366 best in Minnesota.
A total of nine schools serve the city, four of which possess an A-rating. The excellent Mahtomedi High School ranks highly and serves grades 9-12.
There is plenty of outdoors to explore in the city. It is an excellent place for a drive, especially in the fall.
Grant also features options for golfing, baseball and soccer. A large farm and greenhouse has its place in Grant, as well. Additionally, a vineyard can be found on the city's outskirts
A large home in Grant, atop a large lot, is likely to be sought after. The team at TAG Group is readily available for free consultation should you have any question regarding homes for sale in Grant, MN.
Please do not hesitate to reach out today so you may speak with an expert.
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