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Bryn Mawr is a neighborhood within the Calhoun-Isles community in Minneapolis. It is located directly west of downtown Minneapolis.
This lovely neighborhood is located just a few miles from downtown and freeway access is fast and convenient. Bryn Mawr has lots of green space, well-maintained homes and is easily accessible to downtown Minneapolis, located just a mile to the east.
Bryn Mawr, whose name is thought to have originated by settlers from its namesake in Pennsylvania, is situated on the western edge of Minneapolis. The neighborhood is bounded by Golden Valley and Theodore Wirth Park to the west, Glenwood Avenue and Bassett’s Creek to the north, Bryn Mawr Meadows to the east and Interstate 394, Cedar Lake and 24th Street to the south.
Home owners of Bryn Mawr are surrounded by parks, playgrounds and trails, all while living in the convenience of an urban setting. Natural amenities within or bordering the neighborhood include Cedar Lake, which offers three swimming beaches as well as walking and biking trails around the lake, Bryn Mawr Meadows, Bassett Creek Park and the 742-acre Wirth Park, the largest regional park in the Minneapolis Park System and home to Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden, miles of skiing and hiking trails, a snowboard park, 18-hole golf course and swimming beach. Additionally, biking is popular in this neighborhood with direct access to the Cedar Lake Bike Trail (America’s first “Bike Freeway”) that connects to downtown Minneapolis and other bike trails throughout Hennepin County.
While mostly residential, containing a plethora of green space, Bryn Mawr does have a small business district at the intersection of Penn Avenue and Cedar Lake Road that consists of a few eclectic smaller independent businesses Including a small neighborhood grocery store, two coffee shops, a pizza joint and a salon. There are also a few commercially oriented businesses along the Interstate 394 corridor.