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The neighborhood of Longfellow is located in Minneapolis and is within the greater Longfellow Community. Its boundaries are 27th Street, Hiawatha Avenue, 8th Avenue and 34th Street.

The neighborhood and greater community is named after Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, the famous poet. This neighborhood is meant to be beautiful, affordable and manageable for all its residents. The area has many great sights and has plenty of parkland, but still maintains a close proximity to the downtown area.

This area is famous for its Bungalows and character homes. While this style is the most prominent, there are Arts and Crafts homes scattered throughout the area.

Real Estate in Longfellow Real Estate Market StatsNovember 22, 2018
14
Listed
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Avg. DOM
$162.14
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$269,900
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More About The Longfellow Neighborhood

Longfellow was the first neighborhood served by rail in Minneapolis and later was one of the first areas to be served by light-rail, which can be found along Hiawatha Avenue. One of Longfellow's most attractive features is Longfellow Park, which stretches across the southern part of the neighborhood. This offers residents outdoor recreation year-round and gives a stretch of green space within the urban environment.

Why First Time Home Buyers Should Consider Longfellow

Easy access to Highway 55 makes getting to and from Downtown Minneapolis quick and easy on most days, which certainly has its appeal. But along with an easy commute, Longfellow also features a high concentration of bungalows and quaint single-family homes that are perfect home first time home buyers. Most entry-level homes for sale in Longfellow Minneapolis start in the low $200,000s and you’ll probably also see a number of charming, move-in ready homes priced under $300,000 here as well.

Where is the Longfellow Neighborhood?

The Longfellow community in Minneapolis lies just south of Downtown, wedged in between Highway 55 and the Mississippi River. East Lake Street acts as the primary commercial corridor of Longfellow and its boundaries are widely recognized as the Midtown Greenway Trail to the north, 38th Ave S to the east, E 34th Street to the south, and Highway 55 to the south.

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