The first time we used Rob from The Monson and Larson Group was to sell our home in Plymouth which we had built two years prior. Rob did such a professional job marketing and selling our home that three years later when we moved back to Minnesota, there was no doubt that he would represent us in our house buying efforts.  I had a long list of homes all across the Twin Cities and surrounding suburbs that I wanted to see and Rob was extremely patient with me. Throughout the entire house hunting process, I always felt that Rob understood our needs and wants and was going to do all in his power to ensure we got the best possible deal. I would highly recommend Rob and the Monson and Larson Group to anyone looking for knowledgeable and professional partners in the sale or purchase of their home. 


- Anahita.Cameron
Hopkins

Considering moving to Hopkins, Minnesota? The Monson & Larson Real Estate Group is a progressive, cutting edge real estate company that has experience buying and selling in Hopkins, and knows the Hopkins real estate market well. Below you will find an overview of the Hopkins community. Contact us today to get started! 

 

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Overview:

Hopkins is a community of over 17,000 residents located just 13 minutes west of Minneapolis. Hopkins offers the advantages and conveniences of a large City with the security of a small town. An enormous sense of pride is felt by The residents and the business community for their City. You will see and feel their support and spirit of community.

 

History:

In 1893, 41 residents submitted a petition to the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners, asking that a village be formed. Following an election, the community was then incorporated as the village of West Minneapolis.


The original village was comprised of three square miles, and has been enlarged by annexation to its present size of about four square miles. The population at the time of its incorporation was 1,105.


In 1928, the name of the village was changed to Hopkins for Harley H. Hopkins, one of the first homesteaders and the community's first postmaster. The first mayor was Harley Hopkins' son, Chester L. Hopkins.

 

The Village of Hopkins adopted its City charter on December 2, 1947, effectively becoming the City of Hopkins.

 

Economy:

With its convenient location along the main transportation arteries, Hopkins provides great accessibility to the highways system and downtown Minneapolis making this a great place for commerce.  Both Supervalu Corporation and Cargill have operations in Hopkins.

 

Education:

Public Schools:

Hopkins is served by the Hopkins School District #270. Hopkins Public Schools is an award-winning school district with a K-12 population of about 7,700 students, serving the city of Hopkins, most of Minnetonka, about half of Golden Valley, and portions of Eden Prairie, Edina, Plymouth, and St. Louis Park.


Private Schools:

The Blake School is a Pre-K–12, nonsectarian, independent, co-educational, college preparatory day school committed to “Challenging the mind, engaging the heart” of each of its 1,365 students. Blake offers a uniquely integrated mix of academics, arts and athletics within a program that stresses community involvement and global citizenship. Enlivening the curriculum is a diverse community of students, teachers and staff who value creativity, action and a love of learning, and who understand the power of the individual as well as the importance of the group. 

 

Parks and Recreation:

Since 1967, the cities of Hopkins and Minnetonka have planned and provided community recreation programs for residents of both cities through the Joint Recreation Program. The Joint Recreation Program is managed through the Hopkins-Minnetonka Recreation Services offices. 


The Joint Recreation Program offers activities throughout the year in Hopkins parks and other facilities provided by Hopkins School District 270. In addition to providing programs for residents ranging in age from six months to senior citizens, the Joint Recreation Program also supervises Shady Oak Beach, outdoor ice rinks, athletic field permits and picnic shelter reservations.


Hopkins’ park system consists of 17 parks and playgrounds, covering about 100 acres. There are three southwest regional trails running through Hopkins. The south corridor runs from Eighth Avenue South and Excelsior Boulevard to Chanhassen–11.5 miles. A 15-mile north corridor runs from Eighth Avenue North to the City of Victoria. Cedar Lake trail runs from Depot trailhead to Cedar Lake in Minneapolis. Residents can hike and bike along the trails. 

 

 

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