In 1849, the Village of St. Anthony Falls was founded in this area. Considered a sacred place to Native Americans, the name St. Anthony Falls came from the first European explorer to view the Mississippi waterfall - Franciscan Father Louis Hennepin, whose patron saint was St. Anthony of Padua. Today, the area is one of the densest and most interesting neighborhoods in Minneapolis. There are a range of restaurants and coffee shops as well as the upscale Boom Island Park, containing a marina, playgrounds, and the city's only yacht club. Houses range from Victorian single-family homes from the 1800s to modern high-rise condominiums and apartments.
You are going to love this charming 2 story home with lots of natural sunlight and entertaining space. This home features a new roof in 2017, hardwood floors, SS applianc...
Listing courtesy of Redfin Corporation.
Vintage Northeast condo situated on a quiet street yet close to shopping, restaurants & the NE Arts District. This upper floor southwest facing 2 bedroom condo features h...
Listing courtesy of Engel & Volkers Minneapolis Downtown.
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