Southwest Minneapolis MN Real Estate

This massive community reaches from Edina to Interstate 35W, from Richfield to the Calhoun-Isles neighborhood.  Most of the residents of this community are within walking distance to either Lake Calhoun, Lake Harriet or Minnehaha Creek. 

The neighborhood has plenty housing options that are spread out throughout the community, which makes this place a terrific area to work, play, and live.  

The Southwest Community has so much diversity in terms of architectural style. The area features: Arts and Crafts, Tudor, Romantic Revival Houses, Prairie Style, and many different types of duplexes and apartment complexes.


Read more about the Minneapolis Neighborhoods within the Southwest Community

Southwest Minneapolis Real Estate Statistics / September 1, 2015
378
Properties Listed
61
Avg. Days On Market
$209.31
Avg. Price / Sq. Ft.
$387,500
Med. List Price
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Minneapolis Neighborhoods within the Southwest Community

Linden Hills - Linden Hills is a very developed and upscale place to live within the city.

East Harriet - East Harriet is located very near Lake Harriet and a sought after location in Minneapolis.

Kingfield - The neighborhood is active and busy, with activities that include a weekly Farmers' Market on Sunday, community gardens, emergency and neighborhood redevelopment grants to encourage property maintenance and upkeep.

Tangletown - Many people flock to Tangletown because of the intense feeling of community within the neighborhood.

Lynnhurst - The park in this neighborhood is about 8.2 acres in size and is lined by homes, making this a perfect place to live.

Fulton - A largely residential neighborhood, many of its homes were built during the gracious eras of the 1920s and 1930s and they reflect the architectural styles popular in those decades.

Armatage - The strong community spirit of Armatage is easy to see when you stop by for a visit, with activities and recreation facilities abuzz with friendly people.

Kenny - The Kenny Neighborhood Association is actively involved in neighborhood revitalization, and their efforts have paid off handsomely in rising home prices in the Kenny area.

Windom - Windom is perhaps a popular community for its location on the outskirts of the large city of Minneapolis, affording a feeling of a nearly rural area.