Nokomis Minneapolis MN Real Estate

The Nokomis Community is linked to other areas of Minneapolis by the Minnehaha Creek and its miles and miles of walking, biking, and jogging trails. This area has many terrific homes for sale within this beautiful community.

The Nokomis real estate market consists of both early 1900's bungalows and post-war era housing. This community has exceptional access to the Minneapolis - St. Paul International Airport and both downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. Nearby Minnehaha Falls and Park is a Minnesota Landmark and one of the most visited sights in the state.

Read more about the Minneapolis Neighborhoods within the Nokomis Community

Lake Nokomis Minneapolis Real Estate Statistics / August 29, 2015
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Properties Listed
50
Avg. Days On Market
$162.64
Avg. Price / Sq. Ft.
$239,900
Med. List Price
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Minneapolis Neighborhoods within the Nokomis Community

Regina - Regina is home to approximately three thousand people.

Northrop - Homes in this neighborhood are mostly two-bedroom homes constructed before 1940 and made of brick, stucco, and stone.

Ericsson - The median prices for homes in Ericsson are about par with the general trends in Minneapolis housing, with affordable single homes and condominiums available.

Field - Today, the Field business community is prosperous and thriving, and the area's residential stock is in excellent condition.

Page - The majority of residents own their homes and take pride in their community.

Hale - Hale is a working and middle class neighborhood with median home prices just above the median home prices throughout Minneapolis.

Diamond Lake - The median household income in Diamond Lake is significantly above the median household income for Minneapolis as a whole.

Keewaydin - Homes in Keewaydin are affordable, with listing prices averaging about $80,000.

Minnehaha - The neighborhood of Minnehaha is now home to around five thousand people, and there is plenty here for residents to enjoy.

Morris Park - Morris Park is home to approximately three thousand people, and the residents of this friendly and attractive neighborhood have a strong sense of pride in their community.

Wenonah - Wenonah is a popular community to live in because of its many amenities.