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Calhoun-Isles of Minneapolis is a terrific place for singles, families, professionals and retirees to call home. Employment and shopping are near the Calhoun-Isle neighborhood, particularly when it comes to one of the most popular spots in Minneapolis, the energetic and fun Uptown area. 

The community’s most beloved features are its two lakes, Lake Calhoun and Lake of the Isles. These areas are visited by visitors from all over the Twin Cities, for the plethora of water activities they offer. The city offers so many amenities for both work and play, it's no wonder Calhoun-Isles is such a beloved community.

Calhoun - Isles - Uptown Real Estate Market StatsMay 25, 2024
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Why First-Time Home Buyers Should Consider Calhoun-Isles

While some of Minneapolis' most spectacular homes and estates are found in the Calhoun-Isles part of town, not every listing on the market requires a seven-figure budget. In fact, many home buyers are often surprised at how many highly desirable (and affordable) condos can be found in the Calhoun-Isles neighborhood, especially if you love a building with plenty of vintage charm and character. Furthermore, some single-family homes, albeit homes that may need a little TLC, can sometimes also be found for under $300,000, making it the perfect place to buy low and transform something into your true dream home.

Where is the Calhoun-Isles Neighborhood?

The Calhoun-Isles neighborhood sits to the southwest of Downtown Minneapolis, making it a great place to experience quiet neighborhood living without being too far from the heart of the city. Many define the neighborhood’s boundaries to be Glenwood Avenue to the north, Lyndale Avenue S to the east, West 36th Street to the south, and France Avenue S to the west.

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If you like what the Calhoun-Isles community has to offer from a lifestyle standpoint, a location standpoint, or perhaps even both, break down your home search by taking a closer look at what might be listed on the market in your desired price range.