Stillwater Homes for Sale

Meet Stillwater. The historic birthplace of Minnesota, a year round tourist destination, and filled with endless things to do and enjoy.

Stillwater MN homes is one of the oldest towns in Minnesota, famous for the Historic lift bridge and the lumber industry. The Stillwater Lumber Company is one of the largest lumber mills in the country due to the major river connections of the St. Criox River.

Today, Stillwater’s rich and vibrant history is evident everywhere you look and now mixed with modern amenities, restored historic mansions, over 100 owner-operated shops and resturants in downtown alone by Historic Main Street, 20 outdoor dining patios, historic sites, wineries and breweries, paddlewheel cruises, antiques, museums, art galleries, music, and many events! Stillwater MN Homes is a popular destination for vacationers, events, and a premier Minnesota romantic city for weddings and honeymoons. Welcome to Stillwater!!

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Best Place to Take Out-Of-Town Guests – City Pages, 2016
Best Small CVB in Minnesota – MN Meetings & Events Magazine, 2016
America’s Most Picturesque Small Towns – USA Today Travel, 2015
10 Best Antiquing Towns in the U.S. – Fodor’s Travel, 2015
America’s Best Towns for Fall Colors – Travel & Leisure Magazine, 2014
Best Shopping Hoods – Minneapolis/St.Paul Magazine, 2013
Best Twin Cities Staycation – CityPages, 2013
America’s Top 10 Prettiest Towns – Forbes, 2011
Best Weekend Getaway – City Pages, 2011


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The facts about Stillwater MN Homes for Sale

Zip codes:55082

Estimated median household income in 2019: $95,059 (it was $57,154 in 2000)
Stillwater: $95,095
MN: $74,593

Estimated per capita income in 2019: $51,183 (it was $27,163 in 2000)

Estimated median house or condo value in 2019: $320,399 (it was $155,600 in 2000)
Stillwater: $320,399
MN: $246,700

Mean prices in 2019: 
All housing units: $350,177

Detached houses: $383,466

Townhouses or other attached units: $225,986

In 2-unit structures: $283,750

In 3-to-4-unit structures: $200,306

In 5-or-more-unit structures: $261,862

Mobile homes: $25,852

Median gross rent in 2019: $1,1057

Population in 2019: 19,627 (100% urban, 0% rural).

Population change since 2000: +29.6%

Males: 9,697  (49.4%)

Females: 9,930  (50.6%)

Median resident age: 42.0 years

Minnesota median age: 38.4 years

March 2019 cost of living index in Stillwater MN Homes: 112.3 (more than average, U.S. average is 100)

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Things to do in Stillwater

Historic Liftbridge – Stillwater’s lift bridge is one of the three remaining lift bridges in the U.S today.

Historic Main Street– Home to over 100 owner-operated shops and restaurants! Opened year round, Historic Main Street occupies antiques, art galleries, fashion boutiques, home furnishings, décor, gifts, indoor and outdoor dining, and more! Stillwater MN is also one of America’s Top 10 Towns for Antiquing.

Pioneer Park– Showcases one of the best views of the city on the Northern side of downtown. The park holds a playground, shelter, BBQ, and private rental spaces for weddings and events. Voted Best View in 2016 by City Pages!!

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Freight House– One of the biggest restaurants downtown Stillwater! This restaurant, beer garden, and tap room features the largest patio in the area, not to mention a great view of the St. Croix River and Lift Bridge. Their new tap room has 24 local beers on tap and craft burgers. Another added bonus? Their patio is filled with outdoor games: bocce ball, giant Jenga andchess, skeeball, pool, and darts.


PD Pappys– A very popular spot for boaters, motor cyclists, and everyone in between. Located right on the river with seasonal indoor and outdoor seating, and live music and dancing Thursday-Sunday. Join the fun!


Lift Bridge Brewery Tap Room – Local brewery filled with live music and events! If you’re looking for something more authentic and starts with a beer this is the place for you.


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