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Osseo MN Real Estate
With just 2,500 residents, Osseo is one of Minnesota’s smallest cities. However, this tiny, one-square-mile city is definitely a beautiful one, and the community is thriving. The city is just two miles from Brooklyn Center and eleven miles from Minneapolis. Click to Read More
Real Estate in Osseo Minnesota
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Osseo MN Area Information
City Climate and Demographics
- Minimum temperature of 3-23 degrees F in winter
- Maximum temperature of 60-83 degrees F in summer
- Annual precipitation average (including snowfall) is 30.5 inches
- 1,060 households
- 45% of adults are married
- 57% owner-occupancy rate (city average)
- Osseo includes a higher-than-average senior population
Community Osseo may be a small town, but it’s a busy one, with several community events occurring throughout the year. Events include a regular farmer’s market, live concerts, and a band festival. Osseo’s two City Parks provide tennis courts, a ball field, picnic facilities, and are the main locations for many summer-time recreational programs. In March of 2007, the Osseo City Council officially adopted a redevelopment plan to provide additional benefits for the city.
Osseo MN Schools
Education Osseo includes just three schools—an elementary school, a junior high school, and a senior high school. These schools are small, but well-equipped, and all provide excellent environments for the children of Osseo.
Osseo MN Housing
Real Estate For the period of February through May of 2007, ten homes were sold in Osseo, with an average sale price of $221,000. The state average is $2250,000 and the national average is $250,000. Average home values appreciated by approximately $3,500 during this time.
Osseo real estate includes a good mix of single family and multiple family homes, as well as duplexes, condos and co-ops. Most homes were built between 1950 and 1980, with around 15% built prior to 1940.
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