They should try Longfellow:
Southwest Journal Online
Both late-twentysomethings work full-time – Parrish is a consultant and Lisa runs an interior design business – and they’re ready to spend around $350,000.
After six weeks of hunting, though, a pattern started to emerge in the homes they viewed.
â€œThe houses we’ve looked at under $300,000, there’s just so much work that would have to be done,â€ Lisa Aharam said. â€œIt’s frustrating. We’re finding that in Linden Hills, in our price range, you really can’t find anything.â€
I just told some coworkers earlier this week that I thought Linden Hills was a pretty cool neighborhood, but after reading Minnesota Monthly’s profile, I’m starting to have second thoughts:
Linden Hills – Minnesota Monthly
Afterward, you can pick up a free sample or a fresh loaf at Great Harvest Bread Co. (4314 Upton Ave. S., 612-929-2899) or arrange to meet your mother/sister/nanny for dinner at Rice Paper (2726 W. 43rd St., 612-926-8650). Those kids in Mayberry never had it this good.
Of course, it does have some walkable venues that do interest me, like Sebastian Joe’s (mentioned in article), Famous Dave’s, a coop, and a hardware store.
It goes to show that even a four square block downtown can be viewed from many perspectives.