Living in the Twin Cities, including metro and suburban areas, means you’re never too far from the water. The largest of the Twin Cities lakes is Lake Minnetonka, located just 10 miles west of downtown Minneapolis. It boasts more than 125 miles of shoreline and features many different lifestyle and lifestage options.
When it comes to pairing people with homes and neighborhoods, Barry Berg knows the right questions to ask. If you’re interested in lake life, read on.
The Good Life
With a rich history of beauty, boating, and relaxation, Lake Minnetonka is an epicenter for the west metro. Throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, the lake was known for grand hotels, summer cottages and country estates. By the late 20th century, seasonal housing had…
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