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Found approximately 45 miles north of the state's capitol, the city of of Harris, MN, had a population of 947 in 2017. The median household income was last reported to be nearly $70000 among its residents, whose average age was 48 years.
Harris is composed of 20 square miles of largely farmland. The city is bisected by Interstate Highway 35.
Like many cities in Minnesota, Harris can trace its history to the expansion of the railroad in the mid to late 19th century. The city is named after Philip S. Harris, who was an officer of the St. Paul and Duluth Railroad Company.
Harris was platted in 1873 and – subsequent to the establishment of a livery, a hotel and a number of small shops – the city was incorporated as a village in 1884.
Harris has a rural feel, and its homes are largely scattered throughout city limits.
A number of smaller, older homes can be found near the highway and the downtown district. However the larger, more expensive homes can be found in the form of new builds on large lots with plenty of acreage.
A total of five public schools serve the city. No schools exist within city limits, as most are found nearby in Rush City.
Harris' wide open spaces and tiny brooks leave plenty to explore. Fish Lake County Park, on the west end, is named after the large lake found nearby. The small, central park, Goose Creek Rest Area, is spectacular in its modern design and sculptural gardens.
The city also features restaurants and taverns where classic American fare is served.
Harris is an excellent place to raise a family. If you are interested in speaking about the homes for sale in Harris, MN, please contact our team of experts directly.
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