Jordan, Minnesota, can be found roughly 35 miles southwest of the Minneapolis metro, and its population as of 2017 was reported to be 6000-plus people. It is a comparatively young city, with the median age of its population at 31.5 years. Its median household income at that time was nearly $62000, which was approximately the same as the national average.
Jordan is just over three square miles in size, with U.S. Highway 169 bisecting the city near Mill Pond and Sand Creek.
The small city of Jordan dates back to the mid-19th century with the setup of a sawmill. Soon thereafter, the Holmes brothers, who first settled in the area, named the area after the Jordan River in Palestine.
Within a few years, the area had a functioning post office and, by 1872, the Village of Jordan was consolidated. It was named a city in 1891.
A small selection of homes can be found in the small suburbs located toward the center of Jordan. Homes there are affordable, with prices as high as $300000.
In 2018, the median property value in the city was $208000.
Jordan, MN, was recently ranked by Niche.com as the 11th best place to live in Scott County. Its four schools are located within the city: a high school, a middle school and an elementary school, as well as an early learning option for pre-K.
The city is known for its baseball, and many people are familiar with the Mini Met, which is a high quality ball field and park. The city is dotted with all types of parks, including those that feature access to the pond and the park.
In the charming downtown district features taverns, restaurants, shopping and more.
With its small-town feel, Jordan has a reputation for being a good place to raise a family. Should you find yourself in the position to purchase a home in the city, feel free to contact us.
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