The following 9 neighborhoods are part of the overall community of Southwest Minneapolis; Linden Hills, East Harriet, Kingfield, Fulton, Lynnhurst, Tangletown, Armatage, Kenny, and Windom. Each neighborhood is as vibrant and unique as the people who live there and the houses they live in. In Southwest Minneapolis most of the homes were built between the 1900′s and the 1940′s and can be categorized as; Colonial Revival, Dutch Colonial, Tudor, English Tudor, Craftsman, Bungalow, Cape Cod, Victorian and Ranch or Rambler depending on where you grew up. Each home has a variety of key features that help identify what type of home it is; year built, roof line, prominent features; center hallway, fireplace, stained glass, porch; stories or levels and materials used. With all the remodeling and new construction done over the years not every home in Southwest Minneapolis is easily identifiable or fits one style but most homes will still for the most part fit one style or another. Learning about the different styles of the homes in Southwest Minneapolis is a highlight for us and many people who live here. The unique qualities these homes bring to our neighborhood add charm and value and keep the neighborhood a desirable place to live.