Lowry Hill, Kenwood, & Lake-Of-The-Isles

Many of Minneapolis’ most impressive, stately homes are found here

Welcome to Lowry Hill, Kenwood, & Lake-Of-The-Isles

Located just five minutes from Downtown Minneapolis, this unique neighborhood contains some of the most magnificent homes in the Twin Cities. Designed and built by a collection of famous turn-of-the-century architects, houses here reflect a variety of styles, including Colonial Revival, Queen Anne, Prairie, Italianate, English Tudor, and Classical Revival. Featured in clusters throughout Lowry Hill, Kenwood and Lake-of-the-Isles, these homes are scattered, but Mount Curve Avenue and Lake of the Isles Parkway offer a distinctive assemblage.
Many shops, restaurants, and specialty stores can also be found here, and neighborhood parks are abundant, including Kenwood Park with its walking paths, tot lot, picnic area, tennis courts, and softball field.
Median sales prices for this area are in the million-dollar range.

What to Love

  • Beautiful homes designed by famous architects
  • A multitude of shops, restaurants, and specialty stores
  • An abundance of neighborhood parks

People & Lifestyle

Lowry Hill, Kenwood, and Lake of the Isles are perfect for families that love urban living and the convenience of downtown Minneapolis, which is home to the Walker Art Center, Orchestra Hall, the world-renowned Guthrie Theater, and a magnitude of outdoor activities. Local neighborhood restaurants, coffee shops, bakeries, and specialty shops are frequently spotted throughout.

Things to Do

Parade Stadium, Minneapolis’s first public football stadium, is located here, as is the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, a spectacular open-air attraction that features some of the most renowned collections of contemporary and modern art, all displayed in the setting of an urban park. Walker Art Center is the neighborhood’s crown jewel and is one of the most visited modern and contemporary art museums in the country, with over 700,000 visitors annually. It has a permanent collection of over 13,000 pieces, along with new exhibits regularly coming through. There is also an excellent restaurant called Esker Grove.


This community offers students an array of academic opportunities, including:  
  • The Blake School, a private, coeducational, nonsectarian PK–12 college preparatory day school

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