The Twin Cities’ suburb of City of Burnsville is actually the 10th largest city in Minnesota. It has grown up from its roots of a primarily Irish farming community – but somehow maintained some of the rural charm with more than 3,300 acres of parks and wildlife refuge lands.
Burnsville is a short drive away from many Twin Cities amenities – Minnesota Zoological Gardens, Valleyfair Amusement Park, Mystic Lake Casino, the Renaissance Festival, and the Mall of America. And it’s a short drive from St Paul and Minneapolis if you’re looking for an easy commute.
Here are some quick facts on housing in Burnsville:
- Average house price: $208,7000
- Average rent: $992/month
- Homeownership rate: 64 percent
- Average household income: $63,600
- Average wages: $48413
- Average travel time to work: 23.4 minutes
Burnsville has plenty of amenities too. Burnsville is home to a regional mall comprised of 1.2 million square feet, more than 3,300 acres of parks and wildlife refuge lands, a variety of recreational opportunities including a major ski resort, over 2,200 businesses, and many fine lodging and dining facilities.