Located approximately 45 miles southwest of the Twin Cities metro lies New Prague, which spans 3.8 square miles. In 2017, its population was 7700 people.
New Prague lies across two counties: Le Sueur and Scott. In 2017, its median household income was $77000.
Platted in 1856, the city's name is derived from Prague, which is the capital of what is now the Czech Republic. The city was initially founded by a largely Czech group of settlers who called the city Praha until 1879 and, until 1884, Prague.
In 1877, the village was incorporated subsequent to the arrival of the Minneapolis & St. Paul Railway. It was known from then on as New Prague.
Homes for sale in New Prague are highly concentrated in the center of the city among a number of quiet neighborhoods. These homes' price tags range between $250000 and $525000. Larger homes found outside of the suburbs, including those on Cedar Lake, can demand as much as $600000.
In 2017, New Prague's median property value was $232000.
According to Niche.com, the city's six public schools are reputable. The site listed the city as number 108 on a list of the 366 places with the best public schools in the State of Minnesota.
Additionally, New Prague landed at spot number 131 on a list of 474 best places to raise a family in the state.
The city is home to a variety of cafes, restaurants and saloons. Also, numerous parks dot the landscape of New Prague.
The golf course draws many people on a seasonal basis, as well, and a major attraction can be attributed to the Brahna, an architectural homage to New Prague's Bohemian heritage.
New Prague is emerging as an increasingly excellent place to own a home. TAG Group has advocated for clients who purchased homes in the city, and a large part of our strategy has proven successful due to data-driven negotiation. If you would like to speak with a real estate expert, feel free to contact us and schedule a free consultation.
We look forward to discussing your unique situation in detail.
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