Lake of the Isles Real Estate

Lake of the Isles is a lake located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Lake of the Isles is connected to both Lake Calhoun and Cedar Lake. Lake of the Isles features many fun outdoor activities both during summer and winter months.Read More

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Lake of the Isles - Minneapolis MN Homes & Condos MLS

The Lake of the Isles is known for the two wooded islands, Mike’s Island in the north and Raspberry Island, the long northern arm and the fabulous houses of Kenwood, the neighborhood that borders Lake of the Isles. The two wooded islands are virgin woods which are protected wildlife refuges. Exploring or landing on either of these two islands is prohibited.

The homes of Kenwood are stately and beautiful. Mostly an upper-middle class and upper class area, the neighborhood of Kenwood is predominately large, single family homes that are quite pricey, due to the proximity to the Lake of the Isles. The homes on the shoreline that overlook Lake of the Isles boast beautiful lake views of the wooded islands and Lake of the Isles itself.

Real estate near the Lake of the Isles is a hot commodity due to the scenic views and beautiful stately homes.


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