Linden Hills Homes For Sale

This urban village boasts countless interesting opportunities for recreation, shopping, and dining. The neighborhood’s commercial district is within walkable distance from just about anywhere in town. If you’re interested in moving to a joyful community with a wonderful arts and culture scene where people love to live, browse our listings of homes for sale in Linden Hills today!

Median Home Price: $443,100

Linden Hills


Located within close proximity to Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet, there are countless recreational opportunities in and near the Linden Hills neighborhood. Whether you enjoy water sports like kayaking and paddle boarding, or activities like hiking and walking are more your thing, you can find somewhere to explore here.


Linden Hills is home to many local, independently-owned shops. From home décor and gift shops to flower shops and children’s book stores, you’ll surely find the unique items you’re looking for here.


Linden Hills features several dining spots. Whether you’re looking for a local coffee shop, an exciting new restaurant, or a hot brunch spot, Linden Hills has what you’re looking for. If you’re in search of something sweet, Linden Hills has that, too! Check out Sebastian Joe’s for some delicious original ice cream.


Environmental responsibility is a priority for the city of Minneapolis. It provides bi-weekly recycling pickup that doesn’t require sorting, making it easy to go green. The city also promotes green initiatives like green roofs, rain barrels and gardens, tree planting, and more. Along with its environmental initiatives, Linden Hills offers a Farmers’ Market to strengthen the community and support locally produced goods.


The Minneapolis Public School District is responsible for providing educational resources and services to the residents of Linden Hills and its surrounding communities in the city. The district challenges its students academically to prepare them for life beyond high school, with further educational opportunities in mind. They also provide many athletics and community education options. Southwest High School serves residents of Linden Hills, as well as Benilde-St. Margaret’s, a private Catholic college prep school.


The Linden Hills neighborhood offers residents a variety of ways to get around without having to own their own vehicles. From making use of the bike trails, to hopping on a Metro Transit bus, to utilizing the city's car sharing program, Linden Hills residents can navigate the metro area with ease.

Local Government

The Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC) represents its residents and increases its involvement with the City of Minneapolis. Minneapolis is run by its mayor-lead City Council including 13 additional council members. Minneapolis is part of Minnesota’s 5th congressional district.

Neighborhood History

Named after the copious linden trees and gentle hills in the area, Linden Hills was originally a popular suburb of a young Minneapolis. A trolley route linking the neighborhood with downtown made that possible. It was originally a “cottage city,” around Minneapolis’ Chain of Lakes, and still boasts the nation’s second municipal rose garden.

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