Minneapolis-Longfellow is recognized as a sustainable neighborhood within walking distance of the Metro Transit light-rail and also numerous bus lines.
The Greater Longfellow area is regarded among best Minneapolis walking neighborhoods of the twin cities area.
The neighborhood has traditional bungalows and a perfect setting for these types of homes that have been featured in several lifestyle magazines. The location is green-friendly with beautiful natural surroundings.
You find many of the homes in the neighborhood are beautifully landscaped with green-friendly gardens.
Mother Earth Gardens is a great addition to the neighborhood, since the local residents can purchase locally grown organic plants and products. Also, Mother Earth Gardens offers workshops to the public on landscaping, etc..
Communities in Longfellow Minneapolis area
The communities in Longfellow area comprise of Seward, Howe, Cooper and Hiawatha, which are all located at the city’s eastern section between Hiawatha Avenue and 38th Avenue.
During the early settlement years of the 1920’s only single family homes were created, now modern to historic single-family homes and duplexes have become more popular.
The historic section of Longfellow is Minnehaha Park which has picnic areas and trails for biking and hiking around the Mississippi River. Its shopping district is Minnehaha Mile, which has several stores selling antiques and vintage products. Its commercial corridor is East Lake Street, known for its multi-cuisine restaurants and neighborhood coffee shops.
If you are looking to buy a home or condo in the Minneapolis-St. Paul or the surrounding areas, feel free to contact Realty Group, Inc. -Shannon Lindstrom, REALTOR®, AHWD, CRS, GREEN at 612-616-9714 or Lindstrom_S@msn.com today.
Minneapolis Longfellow Neighborhood Information
Longfellow Nokomis Messenger Newspaper
Longfellow Community Council – Neighborhood Organization