Woodland MN Real Estate

Woodland is a city in Hennepin County, Minnesota. With about 480 residents and covering less than one square mile, this city may be small but it is certainly not isolated. Woodland, a part of the Twin Cities suburban area, is just 2 miles away from the popular Minnetonka and 12 miles west of the bustling city of Minneapolis. This little gem of a city on the edge of Lake Minnetonka is just waiting to be discovered!

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Woodland MN Real Estate Statistics / October 4, 2015
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Woodland MN Area Information

Woodland is one mile from Highway 12/Interstate Highway 394 and two miles away from Interstate Highway 494, allowing residents a reasonable commute to the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area for work, play, or shopping.

Lake Minnetonka is the tenth largest lake in the state and is spraed out over 14,004 acres and features more than 125 miles of shoreline. There are many beautiful parks and beaches located on or near the shores of Lake Minnetonka. The parks are well kept and the beaches are immaculately groomed. Enjoy fishing? Lake Minnetonka has some of the best largemouth bass fishing in Minnesota.

Homes for Sale in Woodland Minnesota

Lake Minnetonka real estate is some of the most sought-after shoreline property in the upper Midwest, yet this area is still a paradise of sorts on the edge of the bustling Twin Cities metro area. The area is known for unmatched natural beauty, small-town atmosphere, historic homes, and of course, water recreation. Residents and visitors alike love to boat, swim, fish, and relax on the beach while watching beautiful sunsets over the horizon.

A majority of the houses in Woodland were built between the years 1940 and 1980. There are quite a few beautiful homes that are much older, as about one-third of the housing stock was built before 1939. The historical aspects of a home or property here can be a selling-point for those who seek to own their own piece of a bygone era.