In Jordan, north of Broadway and west of Emerson, where there is a higher rate of home-ownership, there is a trend toward rehabilitating houses, rather than tearing them down. The same is true in Willard-Hay, south of Broadway, from approximately Penn Avenue to Xerxes. WillardHay, which has many dilapidated houses is the unlikely location of "the poor man's Kenwood," otherwise known as Willard-Homewood, located south of Plymouth Avenue, abutting Theodore Wirth Parkway. This area of large, architecturally interesting Tudor, Spanish and Arts and Crafts style houses was one of the city's first planned developments. Most of the houses were built between 1905 and 1930. Residents left this neighborhood in the 1960s when north Minneapolis was the scene of racial rioting, and houses here have been at fire-sale prices ever since. You can get a lot of house for the money-sun porches, high ceilings, fireplaces, built-in bookcases and buffets, beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, front and back staircases and libraries. This is, however, a neighborhood for those who have a high tolerance for urban interactions.
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