West Calhoun Minneapolis Real Estate
The neighborhood of West Calhoun is located in the western part of Minneapolis. It is part of the Calhoun Isles community and is located in the south western most part of that community. Its proximity to Lake Calhoun makes it a popular place to live.
This area of Minnesota is a wonderful and picturesque place - families, professionals, singles and retirees alike enjoy living in West Calhoun. This neighborhood sits on the gorgeous shoreline of Lake Calhoun, an area full of mature trees that heighten the area's beauty. This sets this neighborhood up as one of the most marvelous spots to live in the entire city.
The area is home to the energetic Calhoun Commons, a boisterous shopping area that has many businesses within walking distance. The area is home to very nice homes surrounding the lake as well as apartment complexes and duplexes.
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The Calhoun Isles communities were so named after the secretary of war, John C. Calhoun, who also served as congressman, senator, secretary of state and vice president.
The Grand Rounds Scenic Byway, the oldest country club in Minneapolis, is on the border of Lake Calhoun in West Calhoun. Also, the Minikahda Club takes up most of the western and southern sections of West Calhoun neighborhood.
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