Linden Hills Neighborhood is located in Southwest Minneapolis, Minnesota. The boundaries generally include: Lake Harriet on the east, France Avenue on the west, Lake Calhoun on the north and 46th Street on the south. Linden Hills features three distinct commercial districts, two public schools (K-8 and 9-12), one private elementary school, a public library and seven churches. Tree-lined boulevards and extraordinary public parks (including Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet) tie the neighborhood together. Historic homes and features like the Lake Harriet-Como Street Car ("Trolley") line make Linden Hills a truly unique urban neighborhood.