The Cedar-Isles-Dean neighborhood is located within the City of Minneapolis, in the Calhoun-Isle Area. It is located about 3 miles southwest of Downtown Minneapolis. It is bounded on the north by 24th Street West and an invisible boundary running through Cedar Lake, and Cedar Lake Park. It is bounded to the east by Kenilworth Trail, the Kenilworth Lagoon, Kenilworth Place, and West Lake of the Isles Parkway. It is bounded on the South by West Lake Street, and France Avenue South to the west. Cedar-Isles-Dean is in the middle of three city lakes: Cedar Lake, Lake of the Isles, and Lake Calhoun, offering residents a variety of lake attractions and lakeside trails along with city life.
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Listings in Cedar-Isles-Dean are near the main attraction of the area: three lakes, part of the Chain of Lakes: Cedar Lake, Lake of the Isles, and Lake Calhoun. Each of the Lakes offer a variety of beaches as well as walking, biking, rollerblading, and cross country skiing trails around the lakes. The Chain of Lakes are attached to each other by 13 miles of walking and biking paths. Cedar Lake is a popular fishing destination and offers beaches for swimming and sunbathing, biking paths, picnic areas, walking paths, and cross country skiing trails. Lake of the Isles offers canoeing, ice skating, a wedding site, and an off-leash dog park. Lake Calhoun is to the South of Cedar-Isles-Dean, and is popular for a variety of rentals and water sports including fishing, swimming, paddle boarding, wind surfing, and sailing. Additional amenities include archery, picnic areas, a sand volleyball court, a softball and soccer field, fishing and boat docks, and the Tin Fish Restaurant open seasonally for meals or concessions. Residents of Cedar-Isles-Dean enjoy the Midtown Greenway, which is a bike and pedestrian trail that runs through Minneapolis and through the Cedar-Isles-Dean neighborhood, and connects to the Keniworth Trail. The Kenilworth Trail connects to the Cedar Lake Trail on the north. These trails provide a fun way to walk or bike through the city and an alternate route for residents to commute to other parts of Minneapolis easily by bike.
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Cedar-Isles-Dean Neighborhood is within the Minneapolis School District. There is one school in the neighborhood, Dunwoody Academy which is a public charter high school. The public schools serving the area are Kenwood and Bryn Mawr Elementary Schools, Susan B. Anthony and Anwatin Middle Schools, and Southwest and North Senior High Schools. Additional public charter and private schools near Cedar-Isles-Dean provide additional educational opportunities.
Cedar-Isles-Dean is easy to access via Highway 100, and I-94, I-35w, providing multiple routes for residents to commute to various other areas of the Twin City metro. Major streets running near Cedar-Isles-Dean include Highway 5, 7, Excelsior Boulevard, West Lake Street and Hennepin nearby. Cedar-Isles-Dean homes are in close proximity to Downtown Minneapolis as well as libraries, restaurants, shops, cafes, and parks. Residents can commute via car, bike or public transportation. During warmer months, residents can also rent bikes at the Nice Ride station on Lake Street.
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