Kingfield Minneapolis Real Estate

Kingfield is a neighborhood located in Minneapolis and is a member of the Southwest Community. The neighborhood’s limits are Interstate 35W, Lyndale Avenue, 36th Street, and 46th Street. Kingfield is named after Colonel William S. King, who was active in the anti-slavery movement.

The Kingfield district is a bustling inner city neighborhood with a diverse populace and a commercial base that includes grocery stores, dining options and shops. The majority of the area is residential, with picturesque streets that are lined with trees. This community is active year round, with an annual arts show and a farmer's market to highlight the warmer months.

Most the Kingfield homes were constructed before 1920. The architectural styles include: Arts and Crafts, Prairie style, Bungalows, and other period revival homes

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Kingfield Minneapolis Neighborhood Information

Not surprisingly, Kingfield residents are busy, partaking in activities that include a weekly Farmers' Market on Sunday and community gardens. Martin Luther King Park offers recreational activities and a place for gatherings.