Windom Park Minneapolis Real Estate
The neighborhood of Windom Park is situated in the northeast community of Minneapolis. Windom Park is bordered by New Brighton Boulevard, Lowry Avenue Northeast, Central Avenue and 18th Avenue Northeast. Windom Park was named after William Windom, a former Secretary of the Treasury and U.S. Senator.
Windom Park is an eclectic neighborhood and the homes in the area reflect that; there are early 20th century Folk Victorians, Bungalows and Four-squares. The east side of the neighborhood has mid 20th century Cape Cods, Colonials and Tudor homes.
Windom Park is a mainly residential neighborhood with predominately single family dwellings in the eastern part of Windom Park. Multi family buildings are predominate in the western quadrant close to Central Avenue.
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Windom Park is a mainly residential neighborhood with predominately single family dwellings in the eastern part of Windom Park. Multi family buildings are predominate in the western quadrant close to Central Avenue. The housing stock in Windom Park is evenly split between owned properties and rented properties. The rented properties in Windom Park are primarily a complex of apartment buildings located between Ulysses and Arthur Street, south of 19th Avenue. There are other rental properties scattered throughout Windom Park with more being on the west side of Johnson.
Many of the homes in the west part of the neighborhood were built between 1895 and 1810, providing for some beautiful architecture. On the east side of Windom Park, most of the homes were built after World War II. Central Avenue, Windom Park's western border is an active commercial corridor featuring many ethnic restaurants.
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