Minnehaha (Minneapolis, MN)
By Chad & Sara Huebener
(Edina Realty)
JUST LISTED!   5344 35th Avenue S.   This absolutely charming home features many recent updates and still has the original millwork that lends so much charm and character! You’ll love the open floor plan, beautiful hardwood floors, updated granite kitchen with a backsplash and stainless steel appliances, and the updated full tile bathroom. The main floor also features two bedrooms, both with hardwood floors.   The half-story on the second floor is unfinished and ready for your touches. The lower level features a large family room, the laundry, and tons of storage including a workbench area.   Other features and amenities of this home include new central air, a spacious deck, a front porch, six new windows, and a garage.  View our VIRTUAL TOUR.Offered at $179,9005344 35th Avenue South is...
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By Marzena Melby, Realtor, Twin Cities Minnesota Real Estate
(Coldwell Banker Burnet Realty)
Fox Spotted in Minnehaha Park... by Twin Cities Homes for Sale I was waiting for a client yesterday by Minnehaha Parkway, I saw a fox come close to the road.  I scrambled getting my camera out  before he ran away.           Contact Marzena M. Melby, GRI, CDPE, Keller Williams Integrity Realty. Licensed REALTOR® in the state of Minnesota  Visit my website to search homes for sale in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas. Disclaimer: The information provided herein is supplied by several sources and is subject to change without notice. Twin Cities Homes 4 Sale Blog does not guarantee, or is any way responsible for its accuracy, and provides said information without warranties of any kind, either express or implied. Entries on Twin Cities Homes 4 Sale Blog represent the opinions and ideas ...
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By Rich Bailey
(WolfNet Technologies)
Recent heavy rains in Minneapolis found us walking along lower Minnehaha Creek to Minnehaha Falls to see the raging torrent. Minneahaha Falls Park was packed on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, as it has been for decades. Normally the falls are a trickle in mid-summer, and not nearly this dramatic. In a 1967 visit from President Lyndon Johnson during a severe drought, city officials ordered local fire hydrants opened up fully to create a more scenic waterfall via the storm drains that lead to the creek. Certainly it was nothing like this. But the falls weren't the only attraction. The park happened to be hosting Swedish Heritage Day. Tabitha's maiden name is Nord, so she felt right at home in the Svergie blue and gold. We ate Swedish meatballs and lingenberries; normally we'd have to trek...
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By Frank D'Angelo, Helping people is my business in Real Estate
(EXIT REALTY NEXUS Minneapolis & St. Paul MN)
620 Minnehaha Parkway Minneapolis, MN Click For Listing Website Click For Interactive e-Tour Welcome to this rare opportunity to own this statley home located on the corner of Minnehaha Parkway and Lyndale Avenue South. This home has freeze damage and requires extensive rehabillitation. This property is bank owned and is being sold in As-Is condition. The lot is an L-shaped lot that has a garage attached to the neighbors home that was originally built as this estate's servants quarter. This home was designed by a doctor and has two entrances. The legal addresse is 620 Minnehaha Parkway and the front entrance is 5151 Lyndale Avenue South. There is a shared driveway off the Lyndale address and the garage access is from the alley way. Bring a flashlight and your clipboard to note the requ...
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                                  I ran into Snoopy and more at the Minneapolis Minnesota Airport!  Snoopy and his friend Woodstock were walking through the Minneapolis Airport today and I had to get a shot of the two of them.  The I snapped a photo of this man in this old airplane flying through the airport, strangest thing I've ever seen!  Then to top it off, these weird looking War of the World machines were spraying some strange alien chemical all over our airplane. It was this bright green looking color that looked like radiator fluid.  When I left Minneapolis Minnesota it was snowing heavy with temps under freezing. When I arrived in Las Vegas, Nevada at 2:00pm it was 70 degrees. Me and my wife really love the warm Las Vegas weather and really love being home. photographs above ta...
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By Jennifer Kirby, The Luxury Agent
(Kirby Fine Homes)
Minnehaha Falls In WinterMinnehaha Falls is a beautiful area to visit anytime of the year in Minneapolis. This weekend I went to the park to get some snapshots of the frozen waterfall. Yes, those are people walking at the bottom of the falls. At 53 feet, it is quite a sight to see in summer and in the winter. HistoryMinnehaha Creek flows 22 miles from Lake Minnetonka through Minneapolis before ending its journey at the Mississippi River. The word, Minnehaha, comes from the Dakota language and literally means, "curling water", or "waterfall". Minnehaha Falls is located not too far from where the creek meets the Mississippi. History has it that the falls were named "Brown's Falls" in the early 1800's after United States Army Commander Jacob Brown, while the Dakota called Minnehaha Creek,...
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