Longfellow Minneapolis Real Estate
Henry Wadworth Longfellow was a famous poet in the early 1800s; in Minneapolis his memory is honored with a neighborhood named after him. Longfellow is found in the east central part of the city. Historically, this neighborhood was the first served by rail in Minneapolis; you can still see this influence in the industrial parts of the area. However, there are a number of residential streets as well, with multi-family homes used for renting being extremely common.
One of the nicest things about Longfellow is its park. Longfellow Park stretches across the southern part of the neighborhood. This natural environment is surrounded by smaller houses and is a great place for families and children. The sights around this neighborhood are nothing short of beautiful.
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Around 5,000 people call Longfellow home, and this number has not changed drastically in decades. About half of these people are renters and the other half of the people are homeowners. Though this neighborhood is small and doesn't have a whole lot of listings come to market, there are some great properties worth buying when they come up for sale.
The location is fantastic because the neighborhood is not far from downtown and the park gives the neighborhood a more suburban atmosphere. This is a great place to raise a family if you want to live and work in the city.
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