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What Makes Longfellow a Great Sustainable Place to Live in Minneapolis?

Are you considering buying a home or condo in South Minneapolis in a walking neighborhood? You may want to consider the Minneapolis – Longfellow location.

Longfellow is considered to be one of the many top walkable neighborhoods in Minneapolis. The Longfellow-Minneapolis neighborhood’s walkscore is 74, transit 55, and also the bike score is 87.

The Minneapolis-Longfellow location is the twenty-seventh most walkable areas in the city. The Longfellow neighborhood is near the West River Parkway and also Minnehaha Falls. It is basically a residential locality with quite a few small to mid-size bungalows. A majority of these bungalows are within walking distance from the Mississippi River. You can see many people taking a leisurely walk near the river or casually walking their dogs.

Beautiful Longfellow Neighborhood

In fact, the neighborhood of Longfellow is well-known for its beautiful bungalows and is known as a ‘Traditional Bungalow Neighborhood’.

You will find some of the Minneapolis Longfellow neighborhood bungalows were featured in various books and magazines. Longfellow is the ideal setting for those specially constructed craftsman cottages.

The famous Minnehaha Falls, the walking and biking trails on its eastern side and the Metro Light Rail on the western end from proximity to the Mississippi River are some of the distinct location advantages of Longfellow.

Lake Street extends from Longfellow to River Mississippi which is convenient for individuals looking to live near sustainability and/or public transportation.

The area offers an array of businesses and shops. From restaurants that offer anywhere from sliders to sushi, local coffee shops, local auto body shops to motor scooters shops, and also veterinary care clinics, you name the shop and it is there for you.

Longfellow is a friendly, a walkable, and also a diverse neighborhood with picturesque scenery.

Excellent entertainment and dining options

Longfellow is also known to offer excellent entertainment and dining options such as the reasonably priced Midori’s floating World Café, Trylon Microcinema, tempting Indian cuisines at Gandhi Mahal, Merlins Rest, inspired by the British Isles and also the Peace Coffee Shop for individuals looking to relax and enjoy a coffee, latte or a tea.

Here is the larger Longfellow

The Minneapolis Longfellow neighborhood has also acquired a larger than life form with the adjoin locations such as Hiawatha, Howe, Cooper, and also Seward neighborhoods bordering the Longfellow neighborhood.

In Longfellow, you will find many interesting attractions such as Corazon gift shop, Forage Modern Workshop, Turtle Bread, Minnehaha Free Space, pubs and many more.

The local community of Longfellow Artists known as ‘LoLa’ (League of Longfellow Artists) is a highly-active community council of artists who live or work in the Longfellow location.

Minneapolis Longfellow Events & Activities

LoLa Art Crawl Event
http://lolaartcrawl.com/
Longfellow Corn Feed Resource Fair
http://www.longfellow.org/2014-annual-longfellow-corn-feed/
Longfellow Neighborhood Garage Sale
http://www.longfellow.org/sale/
Longfellow Community Council – Calendar of Event
http://www.longfellow.org/news-events/calendar/

South Minneapolis neighborhood of Longfellow is a quaint residential area that is quite popular with young professionals, singles, couples, families, and seniors.

If you are looking to buy or sell a home in the Minneapolis/St Paul locations, feel free to contact me.

Realty Group, Inc.
Shannon Lindstrom, REALTOR®, AHWD, CRS, GREEN
3495 Northdale Blvd NW Ste 200
Minneapolis, MN 55448
Direct: 612-616-9714
Lindstrom_S@msn.com
Shannon@MPLSUrbanLiving.com
www.MPLSUrbanLiving.com
 
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