Minnetonka


​​​​​​​Welcome to Minnetonka

The second-largest of the Lake Minnetonka cities that create the Western metro, Minnetonka, population 51,000, has much to offer residents and visitors alike. Derived from the Dakota Indian word mini tanka, meaning "great water", Minnetonka was first settled by Dakota and Ojibwe Indians. In 1822 European settlers traveled along the now Minnehaha Creek to Lake Minnetonka, a Native American sacred place.

Minnetonka is 28 square miles of land and water. Average home prices are 404,700. In the Minnetonka School District (ISD 276), Minnetonka is home to the country's largest privately held company, Cargill; and United Healthcare, Minnesota's largest publicly owned company. Minnetonka provides its residents with more than 42 public parks, 40+ miles of trails, and access to Lake Minnetonka Grays Bay. The Minnetonka Ice Arena is filled with hockey and ice-skating enthusiasts. Fine arts lovers indulge their passion at Minnetonka Theater and Minnetonka Center of the Arts.

With various shopping districts, ranging from boutique to big box, Minnetonka has everything conveniently within reach. Family-friendly neighborhoods are close-knit, and many residents grow up here and choose it as their own family’s home.

Mark has sold many of Minnetonka’s most desired family-friendly homes including:

2513 Point Lane  $832,000
2634 Crosby Road  $1,580,000
4850 Timber Ridge Circle  $1,620,000
16119 Crosby Cove  $3,330,000

Call Mark Grieger today to discover your dream home or to list your property.

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