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.
Former duplex converted to a single family residence in 2015. The home still maintains a duplex zoning and could be converted back to a duplex or used as is. Large master...
Listing courtesy of The Realty House.
Classic 1900 twin home, charming throughout! Three bedrooms upstairs and three baths, including the main floor powder room, full upstairs bath and master bath. Laundry on...
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Results.
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