Longfellow neighborhood is located in southeast Minneapolis. The neighborhood takes its name from the famous poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Longfellow real estate consists of industrial, residential and multi-family homes with rentals being very common. Read more about the Longfellow neighborhood…
Homes for Sale in Longfellow
Longfellow homes for sale is not a common site, on average less than 5% of Longfellow homes are on the market at any given time. Although the Longfellow Minneapolis real estate market is not extensive, the properties are very desirable and include bungalow style Craftsman homes built in the 1920s.
About the Longfellow Community
Longfellow is home to approximately 5,000 residents. There is a large concentration of multi-family rental housing in Longfellow as well as an industrial area which stretches along Hiawatha Avenue. Longfellow is home to the Danish American Center, Minnehaha Academy, and the Longfellow House. The area is typically recognized by bungalow style Craftsman homes built in the 1920s. Minnehaha Falls was once a national attraction and is still an important cultural node of the Twin Cities. The west border was once an agriculture-industrial and milling processing center served by the Northern Pacific Railway. Today the grain silos and factories along the length of the highway are proposed to make way for new residential condo and apartment building development.
Neighborhoods in Longfellow
Longfellow has five smaller neighborhoods inside of it; Cooper neighborhood, Hiawatha neighborhood, Howe neighborhood, Longfellow neighborhood and Seward.
Your Longfellow Realtor
If you’re looking to buy or sell in the Longfellow community of Minneapolis, call us at 612-282-SOLD (7653) and we would be glad to help. Our Realtors can “search the Longfellow MLS” on your behalf and send you any active listings in the Longfellow neighborhood.