Spring Park Homes & Real Estate
Spring Park Homes & Real Estate
Spring Park is a suburban city with a population of 1,669 as of 2010. It is located in Lake Minnetonka in Hennepin County in the state of Minnesota in the US. It has more than 4 miles or 6.4 kilometer of shoreline and is less than 1 kilometer square or 0.5 square miles in area. In the year 1951, it was incorporated and during that time, the population was only 200. The most popular business in the city is Lord Fletcher’s which is a bar and restaurant. County 51 and County 15 are the city’s two main routes. The city is regarded part of the metropolitan area of Minneapolis-Saint Paul.
An estimated 31 percent of adults in Spring Park are married. A relatively huge number of residents in Spring Park are living by themselves. In fact, the city has been known for its great population of Single Adults. The city benefits from the stability of its enormous group of senior citizens.
In the year 2000, the median family income of the city is $42,969. To its credit, the residents in Spring Park value education and a big proportion are college graduates. An uncommon characteristic of the city is the share of individuals in it who are working at home. Spring Park can definitely be considered a good place to stay for anyone who is looking to date or marry a rich person since it has a relatively huge population of well-paid single individuals.
Around 27 percent of housing units in the city are occupied by owners. A lot of residents in the city are renting studio or one-bedroom apartments. The people in the city are paying more in property taxes per residence compared to the other cities in the state. The real estate business of the city has been doing well in the past few years and more people choose to invest properties in Spring Park because of it.
In Spring Park, about 86 percent of commuters are driving to their workplaces. The commuters in the city are likely and able to bicycle or walk to work than post. People in Spring Park, take advantage of public transportation and they try avoid being dependent on their vehicles like most people in other places. This is another reason why some people prefer to stay and live in the city.
There are two City Parks in Spring Park namely Wilkes Part and Thor Thompson Park that offer amenities residents can enjoy. Thor Thompson Park which is situated on Sunset Drive and Park Lane is equipped with swings, play structure, BBQ grills, picnic tables, small baseball field and basketball court and benches.
Wilkes Park is situated one block West of Interlachen Boulevard and one block South of Shoreline Drive. It features play structure, merry-go-ground, swings, BBQ grills, picnic tables and a range of flat green space where kids can play and run. The various attractions, schools, entertainment, parks and restaurants made the city one of the most ideal places to live in the state of Minnesota.
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