Build & Design Your Own Home in the Morningside Neighborhood of Edina

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Build on our lot: 4306 Oakdale Ave S, Edina MN 55424

Build your own Masterpiece in the Heart of Edina “Morningside Neighborhood.” We welcome you to bring your own ideas, designs or plans to build with EHR Construction. We offer a Full Team of Experts to help create & design your own home stress free! EHR has a in house architect, interior designer, paint/cleaning crew and a home consultant that is with you every step of the way. We pride ourselves on craftsmanship, attention to detail & customer service. Our “Do it Right the First Time Attitude” has been our motto to which we strive to meet our customers expectations .

This Beautiful Walkout Oversized 64x140 Lot has amazing potential and sky’s the limit for design! This property is close to 50th & France for shopping, dining & entertainment.
 

About the Neighborhood

The Morningside neighborhood is located in the Northeast quadrant of the city of Edina. It is bounded on the North by 40th Street, on the East by France Avenue, on the South (roughly) by Sunnyside Road, and on the West (roughly) by Natchez Avenue. This neighborhood is home to a large Weber Park and Fields, named after an area resident (George Weber) who served as the then village of Morningside’s one police officer, janitor and church deacon. The Morningside neighborhood has a history of unique community since its inception. Morningside grew along the Como-Harriet

Streetcar line, the intermediary connecting Linden Hills in Minneapolis with the city of Edina. Originally part of Edina, Morningside was platted in 1905 by the Grimes family heirs to the family farmland existing there. The Morningside community seceded from Edina in 1920 to become its own independent village. It didn’t re-join the city of Edina until 1966. To this day it is architecturally distinct from its neighbors in the Edina Country Club.

The homes in Morningside were built primarily in the first three decades of the 20th century, with bungalows abundant.