Marshall Terrace Minneapolis Real Estate
Located in northeast Minneapolis, the Marshall Terrace neighborhood is named for William R. Marshall, who served as the fifth governor of the state of Minnesota (1866-1870).
Marshall Terrace is a predominantly industrial neighborhood and just twenty percent of the land here is used for residential purposes. Marshall Terrace has a population of around 1,500. For the most part, residential homes are located in the central region of the neighborhood, with utilities ranging along the river, and railroad tracks and industries located in the east of this area.
Marshall Terrace has a traditional neighborhood grid with streets and sidewalks lined with trees. The homes in the area are mostly one story single family homes, or one and a half story single family homes.
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A popular feature of this area is Marshall Terrace Park, a large neighborhood park equipped with a number of recreational facilities including picnic facilities, a baseball field, basketball court, a swimming pool and summer activity programs for children.
Homes in Marshall Terrace are both affordable and attractive. The typical Marshall Terrace home is a single-family two or three bedroom residence with one or two bathrooms. Many of the residential streets are attractive, tree-lined areas, with nothing to suggest that an industrial area is close by.
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