Longfellow Community Minneapolis Real Estate

Located along the Mississippi River, the Longfellow community is home to miles of walking paths and some of the best scenery in Minneapolis. Housing prices and styles differ widely from multi-million dollar Riverfront properties to economical post-war Bungalows and everything in between. The Bungalows are the most prevalent homes in the area, as this neighborhood is mostly known for this architectural type.

Lake Street travels through the neighborhood to the Mississippi; this highly trafficked area provides a number of shops and businesses, from restaurants to cafes to other necessary neighborhood amenities.

Read more about the Minneapolis Neighborhoods within the Longfellow Community

Longfellow Minneapolis Real Estate StatisticsMay 19, 2024
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Minneapolis Neighborhoods within the Longfellow Community

Hiawatha - The neighborhood includes a mixed bag of commercial and residential area along Minnehaha Avenue and offers all the necessary amenities for shopping and entertainment.

Howe - These days, Howe is an attractive residential community where the median income and home values are on a par or slightly above the median incomes and home values for Minneapolis.

Cooper - In general, Cooper home values run slightly below the Minneapolis median home values, but mostly follow the same trends.

Longfellow - The real estate market isn't huge in this neighborhood, with less than 2% of the homes being on the market, but you can find some real gems in you're willing to look.

Seward - Many residents of Seward are education or medical professionals, thanks to its proximity to both the University of Minnesota and the Fairview-Riverside Medical Center.