Post by ● Dec 12, 2016

Northeast Edina

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The Northeast quadrant of Edina is bordered between Highways 100 and 62 and the cities of Minneapolis and St. Louis Park. This quadrant has 13 neighborhoods which include Morningside, Sunny Slope, Country Club, White Oaks, Golf Terrace Heights, Arden Park, 50th and France, Minnehaha Woods, Creek Knoll, Concord, Pamela Park, Chowen Park, and Strachauer Park. The northeast region has 3 schools, Southview Junior High, Concord Elementary and Normandale Elementary French Immersion. This quadrant has 10 parks dispersed throughout, including the largest, Pamela Park.

Whether you’re a first-time or seasoned home buyer, this community offers something for everyone from entry level to luxury home neighborhoods.  You will find a variety of styles throughout from 50’s ramblers, ranch and bungalow style homes to large new construction, luxury homes and high-end condominium developments.  Each neighborhood has access to parks, lakes, ponds and the popular Minnehaha Creek, all within walking or biking distance.  Active families enjoy various outdoor activities all year long.

The Country Club district was Edina’s first development and includes beautiful homes constructed between 1924 & 1944.  Architectural styles include English Tudor, French Provincial & American Colonial Revival.  These neighborhoods are encompassed by heavily lined majestic trees and beautiful parks.

The 50th and France downtown area offers upscale boutique shops, restaurants and other businesses. Travel down France Avenue to 44th and you will be greeted with fun neighborhood restaurants and retail shops.  Other amenities in this area include Edina Country Club, Edina Community Center, Edina City Hall and Police Department, along with Edina Public elementary and middle schools, private schools and various places of worship.

The jackpot of Edina Historic Landmarks, each with their own story, are scattered amongst these neighborhoods, including the George Baird House, Browndale Bridge, Edina Mill site, Cahill School, Edina Country Club district, Grange Hall, Jonathan Grimes House, Edina Theatre sign, and the Wooddale Bridge.