1619 Girard Avenue North, Minneapolis, Minnesota

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==Residents' Thoughts==
==Residents' Thoughts==
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In your opinion, where is the most interesting place in Old Highland? Why?
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'''In your opinion, where is the most beautiful spot in Old Highland?'''
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If you could tell someone moving here one thing about this community, what would you tell them?
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For me, our tulip garden (1527 Fremont) in the spring and our neighborhood gardens.
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Why do you think this is a good place for young people?
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'''If you could tell someone moving here one thing about this community, what would you tell them?'''
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'''Why do you think this is a good place for young people?'''
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It's still a neighborhood, but a DIVERSE neighborhood which is "learning how to interact" with the global community.
== Notes ==
== Notes ==

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1619 Girard Avenue North, Minneapolis, Minnesota. ca 2010.
Address: 1619 Girard Avenue N
Neighborhood/s: Old Highland, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Near North, Minneapolis, Minnesota
City/locality-
State/province
Minneapolis, Minnesota
County-
State/province:
Hennepin County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1905
Primary Style: Colonial Revival
Secondary Style: Victorian
Major Alterations: Some/mostly intact
Historic Function: House/single dwelling or duplex
Current Function: Religious facility, other
Builder: Stephen Tell
Material of Exterior Wall Covering: Stucco
Material of Roof: Asphalt Shingles
Material of Foundation: Limestone
Building Permit Number: B63808
First Owner: Richard Ousley

Old Highland, Near North Minneapolis Hennepin County


Property Description: 2.5 stories; symmetrical main façade with exception of off-set entry; cross-gabled roof; boxed eaves with decorative brackets under eaves; one-story, full-width porch with pedimental entry; sunburst design fills pediment; Palladian window in third story gable.

North and south facades display projected bays, which relieves the structure of a smooth walled appearance.

Window Condition: Porch windows appear original; original windows on main body of house. They were retrofitted with jamb liners in late 90's, Dormer on North side was also added in late 90's to duplicate the original architecture of the building.

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Memories and stories

Photo Gallery

Related Links

Image:Tdlindberg--1905 Building permit - dwelling.pdf

Residents' Thoughts

In your opinion, where is the most beautiful spot in Old Highland?

For me, our tulip garden (1527 Fremont) in the spring and our neighborhood gardens.

If you could tell someone moving here one thing about this community, what would you tell them?

Why do you think this is a good place for young people?

It's still a neighborhood, but a DIVERSE neighborhood which is "learning how to interact" with the global community.

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