About Deephaven Homes for Sale
Situated along the banks of Lake Minnetonka and 16 miles west of Minneapolis, Deephaven Minnesota offers a small town atmosphere. There are about 3,000 residents in the city. Named for its harbor, Carsons and St. Louis Bay, on the lake Deephaven homes for sale are gorgeously designed for an affluent community.
Discover Deephaven Homes for Sale and Amenities
Many of the Deephaven homes for sale are lakefront properties with a suburban atmosphere. The neighborhoods are in the higher price ranges because their location on Lake Minnetonka. With its quiet peninsula neighborhood located on Carson Bay and close proximity to Deephaven Elementary, Cottagewood is one of the most popular and sought after neighborhoods in Deephaven. You can also find great housing options along Lakeview Drive, Woodhaven Place and Linwood Road.
Home prices range $250,000 to over $3,000,000 for custom estate homes. Many of the older homes in Deephaven have since been beautifully renovated with modern amenities to fit the needs of today’s homebuyer. Home sizes will range from about 1,020 square feet up through 7,000 square feet.
Deephaven boasts many local and notable landmarks. The Cottagewood General Store opened in 1895 and still serves as a grocery store and tourist shop during the summer months from May until October. Community events are host at the store and the adjacent Cottagewood Children’s Park. These include Friday Grill Nights and Fourth of July Celebration. One more high light in Deephaven is the Minnetonka Yacht Club, which is the oldest inland yacht club in the country.
The Recreation for Deephaven Homes
There many fun things to do in Deephaven. The numerous parks and beaches in the city, which are maintained by the Hennepin County Public Health for easy and enjoyable outdoor swimming, help create the appealing lakeside atmosphere in Deephaven. Deephaven’s Main Beach is the largest and features the most recreation including swimming, a tennis court, canoe racks, picnic area, swings and trails, also there is Linwood Beach, Nocomo (Waldon) Beach, Robinson’s Bay Beach, and Rocky Beach on the shores of Deephaven.
Village Hall and Thorpe Park are the two main parks in Deephaven featuring ice rinks in the winter time and tennis courts in the summer. Thorpe Park features three playgrounds, a walking path and a dog park. It’s the only park where you can bring your furry friend off-leash. Parks that have playgrounds, picnic areas and athletic fields or sport courts include Cottagewood’s Children’s Park, Pump Park, Shuck Park, and Village Hall Park. If the search includes the relaxed neighborhood of old, definitely look further into the Deephaven homes for sale.
The LRT Trail is great for residents who enjoy biking, running, walking or cross-country ski as it features many beautiful views of Lake Minnetonka. The trail runs through Minnetonka, Greenwood, Deephaven, Shorewood, Excelsior and Victoria. In addition to the LRT Trail, Hennipen County provides miles and miles of accessible trails that take residents all over the county that include Southwest LRT Regional Trail, Cleveland Park and Lake Louis Sanctuary Trail and Northome Trail.
Deephaven’s Community Schools
Students in the area receive a quality education. Students who live in the city of Deephaven are in the Minnetonka Public Schools system featuring Deephaven Elementary School, Saint Therese Elementary School (private), Minnetonka Middle School East which all feed into Minnetonka High School.
Check out open houses today to find your dream home. Deephaven is lovely place to call home. If you would like more information about Deephaven homes for sale, please reach out to long time resident and Lakes Sotheby’s agent Paul Johnson at 952-212-7103.
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