Walking Where You Live – The Minneapolis Kingfield Neighborhood Has Plenty to Offer
The Kingfield Minneapolis real estate market has varying price levels that will attract just about any real estate buyer. Whether you’re relocating, looking to move up, or a first-time home buyer, Kingfield is one of the many walkable neighborhoods in Minneapolis. With a walk score of 74 and a 77 rating for biking, you will find plenty of places to get your errands and exercise done at the same time.
Read on for four characteristics of the Minneapolis Kingfield walkable neighborhood that may make it rocket to the top of your home-buying list.
- Farmer’s market — One of three farmer’s markets run by the non-profit Neighborhood Roots, the Kingfield Farmer’s Market offers its own line-up of vendors, live musicians and food vendors. The farmer’s market is family friendly, with activities for children as well as different craft and artisanal products to purchase for adults. The Kingfield Farmer’s Market is open on Sundays from May to October.
- Community garden — Are you considering renting a plot at the Kingfield Pleasant Community Garden. The garden and its 5×7 plots are managed by the Kingfield Neighborhood Association. Upkeep and management of the garden are undertaken by a designated coordinator and a management team composed entirely of new and returning community gardeners.
- Local dining and coffee shops — If you’re interested in local eateries and coffee shops, then you’ll like living in Kingfield. Almost 20 restaurants, cafes, coffee shops and bakeries reside within Kingfield and a few more located down the street from the official boundaries. Just about all these places get rave reviews from customers online. If you live in the Minneapolis Kingfield neighborhood, you can walk to your favorite local restaurant.
- Parks and trails — Kingfield has a park within its borders: Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Park. Also, you find bordering on the west-end is Lyndale Farmstead Park which encompasses a large park, recreation center and a dog park, among other venues.
You may want to check out the Kingfield Minneapolis neighborhood’s real estate for your next home purchase. Whether it’s the Kingfield Farmers Market that draws you or the opportunity to browse the Kingfield Minneapolis prairie homes and bungalows for sale, please feel free to contact me if you are interested in buying a home in the Minneapolis Kingfield neighborhood or the surrounding areas.