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Southwest Minneapolis, Minnesota Real Estate

The real estate market in Southwest Minneapolis is diverse and ranges from affordable to multi-million dollar homes. The average single-family home in Southwest Minneapolis is 65 to 80 years old. Small bungalows range in price from $75,000 - $300,000. Many have beautiful updates that are modern but have retained the charm of the classic home. Larger homes for sale of the same era on bigger lots are available from the mid-$200,000s and there are many remodeled or new construction homes that are priced from $700,000+. Most Southwest Minneapolis homes are within walking distance of one of the several beautiful lakes in the area and the Ground Rounds Scenic Byway, including Minnehaha Creek. Real estate with waterfront locations or lake views are available from $1 million - $3.5 million+. Southwest Minneapolis' condos and townhomes built in the 1970s and '80s are available starting around $100,000+. Larger units, some with lake views, can be found from about $350,000.
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Homes for Sale in Southwest Minneapolis

The community of Southwest Minneapolis is made up of 22 neighborhoods loosely bordered to the north by interstate 394 and to the east by 35W. Included in this municipality are the communities of Armatage, Bryn Mawr, Carag, Cedar-Isles-Dean, East Calhoun, East Harriet, East Isles, Echo, Fulton, Kenny, Kenwood Isles, Kingfield, Linden Hills, Lowry Hill, Lowry Hill East, Lyndale, Lynnhurst, Stevens, Tangletown, West Calhoun, Whittier and Windom.

At the heart of this residential area are four of Minneapolis' 22 lakes: Lake Calhoun, Cedar Lake, Lake of the Isles, and Lake Harriet. In addition, the community is home to several of the metro area's 150 parks including Kenwood Park, Lyndale Park, and William Berry Park.

Many neighborhoods have their own management associations. With nearly 390,000 residents, Minneapolis and its surrounding cities make up the 14th largest metropolitan area in the country. The community and its various neighborhoods are rich in arts and culture, history, diversity, and natural beauty. The housing market in Minneapolis consists of single-family detached homes for sale, estate properties, condominiums and townhouses.

Southwest Minneapolis City Guide