Regina Minneapolis Real Estate

Like many other Minneapolis neighborhoods, Regina was named for one of the schools formerly located here, a former parochial school that is now a day-care center. Regina is home to approximately three thousand residents. A high proportion of families with children live in this neighborhood. The owner-occupancy rate here is high, and all in all, Regina is an ideal place to live, whether you are first-time home-buyers, or interested in relocating from elsewhere.

The neighborhood is located close to downtown Minneapolis as well as the highway system, making all areas of the Twin Cities conveniently within driving distance. The neighborhood also sits right in between Lake Nokomis and Lake Harriet. The area also has a plethora of great local eateries, ranging from sushi to Mexican establishments.

The neighborhood saw many of its houses built in the 1920s and 1930s. Many of these homes are large stucco Tudor style, two-story homes. Another growth of homes in the area came just after World War II, with many of these being 1.5 story starter homes with brick.

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Over the past few years, the Field Regina Northrop Neighborhood Organization has been working at length to improve many aspects of these neighborhoods, including community awareness housing, education, and business. As in many other Minneapolis neighborhoods, many people in Regina are committed to improving the community for the benefit of all who live there.

Regina - Minneapolis MN Homes & Condos MLS

Those who are looking to purchase a home in Regina will find plenty to tempt them. Regina is an ethnically, culturally, and religiously diverse area, and this diversity is mirrored in the variety of styles of homes that have been built here.

The majority of homes in Regina are smaller single-family dwellings, built in the mid part of the twentieth century. Also located here is the Town Oaks Townhouse development, a complex of 112 townhouses built in the 1970s. This is, in fact, one of very few multiple-family dwellings in the area.