Lake Minnetonka MN Real Estate
We are pleased to announce our new Lake Minnetonka website dedicated to relaxed lake living. Find information about real estate in the area and learn more about the Lake Minnetonka Communities around the lake.
Lake Minnetonka is one of the most sought-after lake areas to live in the entire Midwest and has acquired a reputation as a retreat for the higher-income bracket, although it's still possible to find affordable homes. Many older neighborhoods have a number of starter Lake Minnetonka homes for sale and backlots are less expensive than homes with lake frontage. At any given time, there are usually around 100 Lake Minnetonka homes for sale with lake frontage. Many homes boast private beaches or docks.
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Lake Minnetonka MN Real Estate Information
Lake Minnetonka ranks as one of the most beautiful cities in Minnesota, offering an incredible variety of recreational opportunities. Here you can golf, sail, hike or relax. Fishing is also popular, as this lake is one of the top places to catch bass in Minnesota. Lake Minnetonka covers an area of about 14,000 acres with a maximum depth of about 113 feet. The lake's irregular shape gives it a coastline of over 200 miles, with many secluded bays and inlets.
Lake Minnetonka real estate offers buyers the chance to be part of a unique landscape. The shoreline of Lake Minnetonka is dotted with a number of charming small towns, including Mound, Excelsior and Deephaven. These small towns offer lakeside living at its best, with antique shops and quaint bed and breakfasts. When you are out relaxing on the lake, it's hard to believe that the Twin Cities are only twenty miles away and Minneapolis-St. Paul airport forty miles away. Lake Minnetonka real estate also offers a wide variety of properties, including single-family homes, townhomes, condos, lofts and commercial buildings.
Lake Minnetonka Homes For Sale
Lake Minnetonka is one of the most sought-after lake areas to live in the entire Midwest and has acquired a reputation as a retreat for the higher-income bracket, although it's still possible to find affordable homes. Many older neighborhoods have a number of starter Lake Minnetonka homes for sale and backlots are less expensive than homes with lake frontage.
Lake Minnetonka New Homes
Because so much of the lake frontage on Lake Minnetonka is developed, some buy an smaller, older residence with lake frontage, tear it down and build their Lake Minnetonka new home. Others buy backlots with deeded access to the lake or find the home of their dreams in the area and rent a boat slip. Waterfront property and property taxes on homes with lake access can be expensive. On the plus side, though, these homes do tend to appreciate in value. Lake Minnetonka new homes also have the advantage of offering energy efficiency and the latest design with a gorgeous view.
Lake Minnetonka Home Builder
Making your new home In the Lake Minnetonka area is sure to be a joy. Finding the right Lake Minnetonka home builder may take time, but will be worth the extra effort in the long run. First, focus on which Lake Minnetonka community you enjoy most. Take time to drive through and visit the neighborhoods to get a feeling for what you like. Once you have chosen a community, think about what kind of home you would like and what style of architecture predominates in your favorite area. Then compile a list of Lake Minnetonka home builders and start the interview process.
Lake Minnetonka Re/Max Realtors
As Lake Minnetonka realtors we work hard for our clients. We understand that buying a home is a big step. It's good to have proven experience on your side, negotiating on your behalf and guiding you through the transaction step by step. Nearly 70% of our referrals come from satisfied clients like you. All the professionals at the Barker Hedges Group are natives of the Twin Cities, so we are very familiar with the Lake Minnetonka area as well as surrounding communities.
Lake Minnetonka MN History
Settlers in the middle of the 19th century described Lake Minnetonka as a paradise. The area was even mentioned in Longfellow's poem, "The Song of Hiawatha." You can take a ride on the restored steamship Minnehaha, a reminder of the area's Victorian heyday when grand hotels lined the banks. The Lake Minnetonka area has a surprisingly vibrant arts and cultural scene, including the popular summer concert program of Minnetonka.
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