Hale Minneapolis Real Estate
Located in the southeastern area of Minneapolis, the Hale neighborhood is part of the Nokomis Community. Hale is bound by Minnehaha Creek, Cedar Avenue, 55th Street and Chicago Avenue. It is named after Nathan Hale, an American revolutionary born in 1755.
Hale is situated in between Lake Harriet and Lake Nokomis. This location offers residents access to both of these beloved lakes. In the summertime, the lakes are hot spots for fishing, boating and swimming. The outdoor recreation, from the nearby lakes and the parks is perfect for all the residents who like to soak in all Minnesota has to offer in the summer months.
The Hale neighborhood is almost entirely residential, but still is close to all the amenities that Minneapolis has to offer. The shopping, dining and entertainment of the downtown district are only minutes away for Hale residents.
The homes here were largely constructed in the early 20th century, which means most of these homes are rich in character and charm. The architectural styles are predominantly two-story Tudors and Rambler which were built in the 1950s.
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Hale Minneapolis Neighborhood Information
Bordered on the north by Minnehaha Creek, parks, bicycle and pedestrian paths abound here, including facilities along border the southwestern tip of Lake Nokomis. Minnehaha Park is one of the oldest parks in Minneapolis. The English Language Learners School provides educational opportunities for all community children.