Only seven miles east of the City of Minot, you will find the growing community of Surrey, North Dakota. Surrey is a wonderful place to buy a home and boasts a delightful small town ambiance, along with a long list of additional features. Home to around 1,400 residents, Surrey is situated in Ward County and is part of the Minot Metro Area. While founded in 1900, the city wasn’t incorporated until 1951. Named by Great Northern Railway officials, the community is one of many sites named after destinations in England, the others including Norwich, Rugby, Berwick, Penn, Leeds, York, and Tunbridge.
Comprised of 0.99 square miles in the 58785 zip code, Surrey is an excellent place for homebuyers desiring to enjoy all four seasons. The seasonal temperature fluctuations are vast with really cold winters and really warm, and sometimes humid, summers. The renowned Köppen Climate Classification system identifies the city’s climate as “Dfb,” which denotes a humid continental climate. In addition to its intriguing history and seasonal weather, Surrey also has convenient access to major transportation arteries making the community ideal for those desiring a small-town hometime, and an easy commute.
Though relatively small, Surrey has a K-12 public school, a Senior Activity Center, a greenhouse, a lumber yard, a skating rink, softball complex, playground, and walking path. The community is also home to lovely housing options within its one neighborhood. Though the house values are not among the nation’s most expensive, real estate in Surrey is among the state’s most expensive. Surrey real estate is comprised primarily of single-family homes, which makes the city an enticing option for prospective homebuyers with children. Homes for sale in Surrey fall within a broad price range depending on the property’s age and size. If you would like to learn more about available Surrey homes, please contact us so we may assist you.