If you’re a young professional looking for the hippest, trendiest neighborhoods with
Minnesota MN homes for sale, then you definitely want to check out Minneapolis. Out of the Top 10 coolest places to live in the great state of Minnesota, 8 of those neighborhoods are in Minnesota. Well, okay, St. Paul and Rochester can be pretty neat too, but Minneapolis is the real hub for entertainment, education, employment, nightlife scene and the arts.
One place to consider is “Dinkytown” 4th Street and 15th Avenue Minnesota MN homes for sale . Urban sophisticates largely populate these primarily historic homes built in the early 1900s. There are a number of renters interspersed with homeowners who enjoy the ability to walk to surrounding amenities. Around the corner, you can get acupuncture at Jerry Raskin’s, a cheap bite to eat at Al’s Breakfast dive, indulge in Italian food at Vescio’s, stop for a drink at the Blarney Pub and Grill, chowing down at the landmark Loring Pasta Bar, or take a romantic date to Kafe 421. Bars include the Kitty Kat Bar, Library, Downtime and the Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery, to name a few. Visit a record shop like Know-Name Records, download music at The Hot Spot Internet Music Café, shop at Podium Premium Guitars, watch bands play at The Terminal Bar on weekends or partake in dance performances at Southern Theater. Shoppers love browsing the unique gift ideas at O’Day Cache, buying funky denims at Covered, looking for high-end fashion at Belle Reve Boutique or perusing little collectibles at ROBOTlove. You’re also right next to the University of Minnesota college campus. The best part about these Minnesota MN homes for sale is that everything is within walking distance from your doorstep! Another cool region is just down the block a little at 4th & 10th St.
Another artist hangout is St. Anthony Main Riverfront District at Central Ave and University in Minneapolis, which is conveniently situated right next to the Mississippi River recreational area. Area residents are mostly renters and college students, but a number of beautiful Victorian Minnesota MN homes for sale await you. Visitors and residents alike can enjoy over 150 acres of parks, trails, picnic areas, state landmarks, theaters, restaurants, boutiques and attractions. Year-round events include Independence Day fireworks, the Stone Arch Festival of the Arts on Father’s Day weekend and Oktoberfest in September. You should consider these Minnesota MN homes for sale if you love music because the free outdoor Music Series (between Tuggs and Vic’s) every Friday and Saturday from May to August features the best Twin Cities artists in rock, blues, jazz, soul and R&B. Daily movies run at the Stone Arch Cinema. Patio dining at Pracna on Main Street and the Aster Café offer the best views of the Minneapolis skyline. Local historic sites include: Mill Ruins Park, Guthrie Theater, Stone Arch Bridge, Bridge Park, Hennepin Ave Bridge, Water Power Park, St. Anthony Falls and Nicollet Island. You’re also close to the fantastic new Lunds Supermarket, Surdyks Wine & Cheese, Nyes Polonaises and Kramarczuk’s European Market.
We’d also be happy to show you around a number of other hip neighborhoods with Minnesota MN homes for sale, such as: Groveland/LaSalle Avenues, Augsburg College/22nd Avenue, 25th/ 26th Avenues, 3rd Avenue/19th Street and 4th Street/River Parkway.