Tangletown Minneapolis Real Estate
Tangletown is a neighborhood in southwest Minneapolis. Until 1996, the neighborhood was known as Fuller - however the community name was changed to reflect the winding streets of the community which do not conform to the street grid of south Minneapolis.
Many people flock to Tangletown because of the intense feeling of community within the neighborhood. Fuller Park and all its amenities and offerings throughout the year make Tangletown a wonderful place to raise a family.
Most Tangletown homes were built from 1910 to 1920. Many of those homes are Tudor or Colonial. The neighborhood also has 1880s Victorian homes, the Twin Cities' most dense chunk of Lustron metal homes from the 1940s and more modern homes along Minnehaha Creek.
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The community name Fuller was named after the elementary school which was named after Margaret Fuller, an American educator and journalist, who lived in the latter part of the 17th century. In 1977, the school was torn down and the plat of land was transformed into Fuller Park.
Fuller Park is the center of the community life in this neighborhood - it features a flower garden and offers many activities throughout the year. The neighborhood is bordered by 46th Street, Interstate 35W, Diamond Lake Road and Lyndale Avenue South.
Minnehaha Creek follows the southern border of Tangletown.
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