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Sherburne County is a county located in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It is located in the central part of the state and is part of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. The county seat is Elk River.

As of the 2020 United States Census, the population of Sherburne County was 97,693. The county covers an area of 451 square miles (1,170 km2), of which 432 square miles (1,120 km2) are land and 19 square miles (49 km2) are water.

Sherburne County is home to a number of parks and lakes, including Lake Maria State Park, Sand Dunes State Forest, and Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge. The county is also home to the cities of Elk River, Big Lake, and Zimmerman, as well as a portion of the city of St. Cloud.

Sherburne County has a diverse real estate market, with a wide range of properties available for purchase or rent. The county has a mix of urban and rural areas, and the housing stock includes everything from historic homes to new construction.

The median home value in Sherburne County is around $300,000, which is slightly above the national average. However, there are a variety of homes available at different price points, so buyers should be able to find a property that fits their budget and needs.

Sherburne County is also home to a number of property management and real estate companies, which can assist both buyers and sellers with their transactions. The market is generally stable, and there are plenty of opportunities for both long-term and short-term investments in the area.

As of the 2020 United States Census, Sherburne County had a population of 97,693, which represents a 19.3% increase from the previous census in 2010. The county's population is fairly balanced in terms of gender, with approximately 50.3% of residents identifying as female and 49.7% identifying as male.

The racial makeup of Sherburne County is predominantly White, with approximately 90.5% of residents identifying as such. The Hispanic or Latino population makes up 7.4% of the total population, while the Black or African American population is 1.2%. Other ethnic groups represented in the county include Native American (0.5%), Asian (0.9%), and two or more races (2.5%).

The median age in Sherburne County is 36.1 years, which is slightly younger than the median age for Minnesota as a whole (38.1 years). The largest age group is residents aged 25-44, which represents approximately 36% of the population.

Sherburne County has a median household income of $85,455, which is higher than both the state and national medians. The poverty rate in the county is 5.6%, which is lower than both the state and national rates.