For a tranquil bay with peaceful fishing opportunities, look no further than homes for sale on Black Lake, Lake Minnetonka. Located just west of Spring Park, Black Lake is a small, half mile wide bay at its largest point, accessible via Black Lake Bridge and Seton Channel. The Northern portion of the bay is closed throttle/minimum wake and serves as a thoroughfare to Seton Channel. Black Lake is lies within the city boundaries of Spring Park, MN and Mound, MN.
Blake Lake is comprised of a variety of lakefront living properties. Small cabins and large family homes line the shores of the peaceful bay. Many homes on Black Lake were established during Lake Minnetonka’s earliest settlement days. Black Lake’s real estate was built between 1920 and 2007. Homes for sale on Black Lake range in price from $330,000 up to $1,070,000. The finished square footage of homes for sale on Black Lake range from 836 to 4710 tfsf with lot sizes of ranging from .15 to .46 acres.
Fishing is the main entertainment on Black Lake. Slow speeds, minimal traffic and a varied aquatic demographic make fishing ideal. The residents of Black Lake real estate enjoy the business districts of downtown Spring Park and downtown Mound. Local attractions include the Minnetonka Drive Inn, a classic family-owned diner and the Narrows Saloon, a popular bar and food establishment that draws some of the best blues entertainment in Minnesota. The Dakota Regional Trail runs directly behind Spring Park and into downtown Mound. Dakota Junction is located right alongside the trail and offers fresh farm to table cuisine. Mound has 31 parks and celebrates annually with the Spirit of the Lakes festival at the historic Surfside Beach.
Mound Westonka is the award winning school district for the residents of Black Lake real estate. Schools include Shirley Hills Elementary, Hilltop Elementary, Grandview Middle School and Mound Westonka High School.
To learn more about Black Lake real estate, please contact Paul Johnson of Lakes Sotheby’s International Realty at 952.212.7103