Linden Hills has a reputation for being a small town nestled within bustling Minneapolis. The neighborhood has its own downtown and business districts, which feature fabulous restaurants, small grocers, tiny home and garden shops, and a highly acclaimed children’s bookstore, Wild Rumpus. Linden Hills also features the city’s first and original streetcar station. And if you love to stare pensively out into the water, picnic, or enjoy a good swim, then Linden Hills is the place for you! The area contains over 50 miles of trails and pathways, and both Lake Harriet and Lake Calhoun are only a short walk away. Housing ranges from lovely vintage bungalows to ‘50s style ranches to newly built/renovated real estate.
If you're not sure how much an apartment will cost, the table below shows the average price by size.