Montrose is a city that measures three square miles. It is a rural community located approximately 35 miles west of downtown Minneapolis.
In 2017, its population was reported to be 3000-plus Minnesotans whose average age was under 31 years. Its low cost of living has put it among the top 25 percent cheapest places to live in the state.
Found along the Great Glacier Trail, the prairies and lakes of Montrose attracted early pioneers beginning in the mid-19th century. By 1878, the town was platted and then incorporated in 1881.
Montrose is named after a royal burgh and port in Scottland. Among its first accomplishments was the setup of a grain house, a general store and a station for the Great Northern Railroad.
A high concentration of homes for sale can be found in the suburbs central to the city, near the intersection of U.S. Highway 12 and Minnesota State Highway 25.
Additionally, large homes on very big lots can be found further away from the heart of the city, with asking prices as high as $800000.
Montrose's six public schools all are rated better average. according to Niche.com. The site placed it at 145 on a list of 366 places with the best public schools in Minnesota.
The city features two elementary schools, a middle school and a high school.
A great deal can be learned about Montrose by partaking in its historical walking tour. Many of the city's original buildings still stand today, and they are a remarkable sight.
The city also features a selection of restaurants and taverns concentrated in its downtown district. On the west end of town lies a popular disc golf course.
TAG Group's success lies in the data utilized by its real estate experts in negotiations. We have a history in dealing with homes for sale throughout the state of Minnesota.
Contact us today to schedule your complimentary consultation.