Wenonah Minneapolis Real Estate
The neighborhood of Wenonah is located on the southerneastern edge of Minneapolis. The neighborhood of Wenonah is surrounded by 54th Street, Lake Nokomis, Highway 62, Cedar Avenue, and 34th Avenue. Wenonah is named after Hiawatha's mother, the daughter of Nokomis. Before 1900, Wenonah was a major center for American Indians.
Today, Wenonah is a part of the Nokomis community and the Nokomis East Neighborhood Association. The Nokomis East Neighborhood Association is comprised of four communities: Keewaydin, Minnehaha, Morris Park and Wenonah.
Wenonah is a popular community to live in because of its many amenities. There are plenty of public and shopping services available in Wenonah or the other nearby Nokomis East Neighborhood Association communities. Living in Wenonah is a good choice for families, particularly those who want to live with the conveniences of the area.
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The existing homes in Wenonah were primarily built in the 20s and 60s. The older homes have been updated or modernized to meet the needs of the homebuyer in the 21st century real estate market.
The neighborhood was serviced by streetcar routes and rail lines that dated back to 1865. Today, the modern bus system serves as transportation for people using public transit.
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