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Bronx Park real estate lies just south of the Burlington Northern Railroad, to north of Minnetonka Boulevard and just to the east of Louisiana Avenue. Bronx Park is a small area of residents that are very close to one another and holds popular community affairs such as a Family Movie night, family picnics in Dakota Park and even a camping night. Occupying 241 acres you will find 12.7% of this area being parks and open space, 1.2% commercial and industrial, and the rest of this area is exclusively single family homes. You will find that 90% of Bronx Park was developed after World War 2 after it was originally subdivided between 1911 and 1913. Being that the majority of this neighborhood is residential houses, 997 housing units made are all single family homes. The Average home in this area was built in 1947 which is a bit older than other St Louis Park real estate for sale. There is a population of approximately 2304 residents in this section of the city.
A t the time of writing this SLP Blog Article, there were approximately 13 St Louis Park homes for sale in this area none of them were foreclosures, all were single family homes and prices ranged from $189,000 to $275,000.
This residential neighborhood is a great place to look for a home for sale. Whether looking to sell a home or buy a home in St Louis Park, contact real estate agent Jan Worthen today.
- North: Burlington Northern Railroad
- South: Minnetonka Boulevard
- East: CP Railroad
- West: Louisiana Avenue
City Council Ward
The Bronx Park neighborhood is in Ward 1.
- Bronx Park occupies 241.6 acres or about 38 blocks.
- Bronx Park has three neighborhood parks: Bronx Park, Dakota Park and Nelson Park.
- Bronx Park is in the Peter Hobart/Susan Lindgren elementary school attendance boundary. Peter Hobart Primary Center is located in this neighborhood.
- Bronx Park is exclusively single-family homes (997 homes) with just a few shops bordering Louisiana Avenue and Minnetonka.
- Parks & open space – 12.7 percent
- Commercial/retail – 1.2 percent
- Bronx Park was subdivided between 1911 and 1913; however, 90 percent of the neighborhood wasn’t developed until after World War II. Most of the homes were built between 1947 and 1953. The average year-built was 1947.
- Population – 2304 (2002 Census)