Although it has such a unique name, the Tangletown community in Minneapolis is a popular place for today’s families and home buyers. The neighborhood is actually named Tangletown because the streets have graceful curves that make the community unique compared to other neighborhoods in the area. In addition to having residential homes, the Tangletown neighborhood also has several local and one of a kind businesses, including a number of restaurants, gift shops and stores. It’s easy to walk around the neighborhood and it’s very pedestrian-friendly, too.
The Tangletown community is one that is friendly and inviting. Many of the neighborhood’s residents enjoy annual events like the 4th of July celebration at Fuller Park and the Earth Day event every April. And since Minneapolis is only about 10 minutes away, it’s easy to find many other things to do throughout the year that the entire family can enjoy. Search the Tangletown Minneapolis Neighborhood on a map level.
Many of the homes in the Tangletown community were constructed in the early 1900s between 1910 and 1920. They have a variety of styles, including Tudor, Colonial and Period Revival so this is the ideal neighborhood if you’re looking for something that is traditional and historic. You can also find some homes with a Victorian architectural style that were built during the late 1800s. With all of the options in this Minneapolis real estate market, you simply can’t go wrong.
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