Kenny (Minneapolis, MN)
  If you’ve dreamed about an idyllic urban neighborhood with a creek, lakes, schools, and shopping within walking distance, you will love Kenny in Southwest Minneapolis.    Kenny is a small neighborhood of about 3,500 bordered on the north by Minnehaha Creek, south to Crosstown 62.  Lyndale Ave on the east boasts local shopping and restaurants, the neighborhood is dotted with coffee shops, ice cream parlors, churches, tennis courts, parks, and local services.   The park along the Creek offers miles of trails for biking, skating, walking and dogs.   If you have a dog to walk, you'll quickly get to know your neighbors who are also out for a 3.5 mile sprint around Lake Harriet just after dawn.     36% of the population is between 25-44, making it a neighborhood of young families served by ...
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See photos below for a Home for Sale in Kenny Neighborhood, Southwest Minneapolis @ 5432 Aldrich Avenue S Minneapolis, MN 55419 see southwestminneapolisblog for photos MLS# 3874306 Summary: Listed at $264,900 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 1-Car Detached Garage & 1304 Finished Square Feet Annual Taxes: $3648 Schools: Kenny Elementary      Anthony Middle School      Washburn Senior High School See Full Listing Details on Webdigs.com Values for this home from Automated Valuation Websites: eppraisal.com:  $281,631 Zillow.com: $265,000 Cyberhomes.com: $261,360 Hennepin County Tax Assessed Value: $259,000 Last Sales Price and Date Sold:  $275,000 in March of 2004
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By Ben Kolkman, Real Estate Author & REALTOR, Southwest Minneapolis & Edina Minnesota
Kenny Neighborhood AssociationTucked safely into the corner of Lyndale Ave and the Crosstown (Hwy 62) Kenny Neighborhood is a quite residential area of Southwest Mpls.  It is bordered by Highway 62, 54th Street, Lyndale Avenue, and the alley between Knox and Logan avenues south. Deviating slightly from the city's grid plan Kenny's charm is accented by curving streets, and the occasional hill. The dominate features are its park and its elementary school, which were named for Sister Elizabeth Kenny, an Australian nurse who a treatmant for polio, and Grass Lake, a small but picturesque pond that attracts waterfolw and hosts it's share of pond hockey games.  Kennys homes were mostly built in the 1940s or later and are generally larger than the houses in adjacent neighborhoods such as Armata...
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By Ben Kolkman, Real Estate Author & REALTOR, Southwest Minneapolis & Edina Minnesota
An established but quite, residential neighborhood, Home to Anthony Middle School and Kenny Elementary, the neighborhood is adored by is residents, but not as well know as many other Southwest Minneapolis neighborhoods.  Its boundaries are West 54th St. to the north, Lyndale Ave. South and Highway 121 to the east, West 62nd St. (Highway 62) to the south, and the alley between Knox and Logan Ave. South to the west.  The major construction work occurring on Hwys 35W and 62 is a constant struggle in Kenny, and will be for a while.The neighborhood, its park and its elementary school were named for Sister Elizabeth Kenny, an Australian nurse who developed the Kenny method of treating polio. The neighborhood has a lake on its south end called Grass Lake. Homes in Kenny tend to be one and half...
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