3624 Colfax Ave S #102

NOW SOLD! Welcome to East Harriet! This ideally located Minneapolis neighborhood condo has much to offer. The freshly painted unit has coved ceilings, real hardwood oak floors, and lots of light brought in by all the windows. The spacious kitchen was updated with a gas stove-top, dishwasher and granite counters. Each of the rooms have overhead lights and most have dimmer switches. The 4 unit building has a community rec room, storage units, and free laundry . Each unit has its own forced air furnace and central air conditioner. Best of all, the home has a wonderful walk-score. You’re a block away from iconic neighborhood establishments such as Our Kitchen, Gigi’s Cafe, Bogart’s Donuts, and a hardware store, barbershop, pet supply store, and convenience market. The home is a biker’s paradise with easy access to the Minneapolis Grand Rounds trails which connect you to all parts of the city. Enjoy the outdoors blocks away at Lyndale Farmstead Park, Lake Harriet and Bde Mka Ska!


East Harriet Neighborhood Association

The Minneapolis neighborhood of East Harriet is bordered by 36th Street on the north and 46th Street to the south. Lyndale Avenue is the eastern boundary; Lake Harriet and Lakewood Cemetery largely make up the western border of the neighborhood. In addition to these Minneapolis landmarks, Lyndale Park Gardens and Rose Gardens, the Thomas Sadler Roberts Bird Sanctuary are located within East Harriet. Many houses in the neighborhood are two-story homes, set back from the streets.

EHFNA officially incorporated in 1991 as one of the first six neighborhoods to participate in the Minneapolis Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP). East Harriet neighbors have used – and are using – the NRP process to identify and meet our neighborhood’s needs. The volunteer help of committed neighbors and business owners was instrumental as EHNA planned and implemented the original Neighborhood Action Plan.

One of the most noticeable beneficiaries has been Lyndale Farmstead Park. For many years, the park building was used as a daycare facility and community programs and events were nearly nonexistent. In the past ten years, the park has been transformed into a popular neighborhood gathering place. EHFNA partially funded staff at the park until the Minneapolis Park Board took over staff payroll in 2000. Additionally, EHNA has funded new park lighting, tennis courts, and playground equipment.

Click here to learn more about the neighborhood association!

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