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Stillwater, Minnesota Real Estate
Stillwater was founded in 1843 and Stillwater real estate was named for the stillness of the water in the lake. In 1839, Joseph R. Brown was the earliest settler who came planning a townsite that he named Dahkotah. Stillwater was the county seat of St. Croix County, Wisconsin Territory and continued to be during the time that it was renamed Still Water, which was the name of the post office that was established in 1846. The post office was then taken into Minnesota Territory in 1849, then becoming the county seat of Washington County. Stillwater is the oldest county seat in the present state boundaries.
Because of the rich history of Stillwater real estate, it is also known for its finest examples of 19th-century residential architecture in the state. Many of the homes were built in the Queen Anne, Second Empire, and Stick styles of the 1800s as well as the Prairie style of the 1900s. Many of the older homes have recently been restored and made into bed and breakfasts.
If you're interested in living in this historic miasma of antique shops and quaint cafes overlooking the St. Croix River, it's time you found a Stillwater home for sale. When exploring Stillwater, you will notice parts of the 19th-century territorial prison, including the Warden's home, antique shops in the Isaac Staples Mill, shops, taverns, offices, restaurants along Main Street that was once a rooming house, railroad building, saloon, brewery, or a theater.
Search every listing of every home for sale in Stillwater though we can no longer use the phrase search Stillwater MLS because the RMLS initiated a Rule that prohibited the use of the term MLS. So every place that used to say search the MLS now says search Listing Search.