The Fulton neighborhood is in the Southwest corner of Minneapolis and borders Edina. A neighborhood with all sorts of attractions, such as plenty of outdoor recreation and variety of shops, Fulton is a charming and well-kept area. Minnehaha Creek runs through the land, with Lake Harriet located in the Northeast corner.
Named after the steam boat inventor, Robert Fulton, the neighborhood is strong and supportive of block clubs, contacts, connecting, and community in general. Bisected by the commercial 50th St. West, Fulton is largely residential, upbeat, and welcoming.
Then and Now
Robert Fulton, engineer and artist, was the man credited with inventing the steamboat in the 1800s. The neighborhood took his surname as a title to join the nation in honoring the inventor. Most of the houses in Fulton were built in the 1920s and 1930s, offering large spaces and Craftsman, Bungalow, and Foursquare styles.
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Market Trends in Fulton MN
# Houses Sold 126 (single family)
Median Sales Price $505250 (single family)
Average Age 1936 (single family)
Square Feet 2264 $257/sqft (single family)
# TH / Condo Sold 2 (townhouse/condo)
Median Sales Price $472500 (townhouse/condo)
Average Age 1995 (townhouse/condo)
Square Feet 1953 $241/sqft (townhouse/condo)
Pershing Park - (3523 W 48th St, 612-370-4928, website) Pershing Park, named after General John “Blackjack” Pershing, a commander of American forces in WWI, is a kid-inviting, fun place to bring the family. The park offers a multi-purpose room, kitchen, lounge, arts and crafts room, baseball/softball fields, basketball court, soccer fields, playground, tennis court, wading pool, and walking paths. The park is open throughout the week, however, the recreation building is only open on weekdays.
Agra Culture - (3717 W 50th Street, 612-345-5442, website) A fresh, healthy restaurant is Agra Culture. With food served over the counter, rustic decor, and cafe-like environment, stop by for a quick and refreshing meal.
Arezzo Ristorante - (5057 France Ave S, 612-285-7444, website) Arezzo Ristorante is a hearty Italian restaurant, based on Italy’s hidden treasure. Named after a city with honored paintings, medieval castles, and rustic villages, the restaurant serves an expansive variety of pastas, pizzas, salads, sandwiches, and desserts.
Broders' Cucina Italiana - (2308 W 50th Street, 612-925-3113, website) Broders’ Cucina Italiana is an Italian restaurant that also includes a wine bar, pasta bar, deli, and catering. Like the formerly listed pizza places, Broders’ is a restaurant founded on a passion for food. Owners Molly and Tom had a desire to take cooking classes in Bologna, Italy. Their deli has been open since 1982, and since then, the entire restaurant has blossomed.
Wuollet Bakery - (3608 W 50th Street, 612-922-4341, website) Wuollet Bakery, a long-loved local bakery, the family owned bakery sticks to traditional tortes, cakes, pies, pasteries, donuts, muffins, and cookies. You can also hire them to create desserts for weddings, as well as foods for holidays.
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