Cherokee Trail is located on the northeast side of Eden Prairie off of Shady Oak Road just south of Highway 62 and west of Highway 212. Cherokee Trail is an excellent neighborhood with much to offer including excellent homes, great residents, and excellent location. Cherokee is situated among beautiful wooded scenery across the street from Bryant Lake Regional Park, offering a quiet neighborhood atmosphere. The neighborhood boasts 25 single family homes featuring traditional and rambler housing styles with prices ranging from $500,000 to $720,000.
Cherokee Trail offers an excellent location within close proximity to numerous amenities and several major highways including Highway 212, Highway 62, and Interstate 494. Residents of Cherokee Trail have easy access to shopping, dining, and recreational amenities including Bryant Lake Regional Park, Eden Prairie Center, Willow Park, Bent Creek Golf Club, and Shady Oak Center. Shady Oak Center is a shopping mall located less than a mile east of Cherokee Trail offering several shopping and dining options.
Residents of Beach Road are served by Independent School District 270 also known as Hopkins Public Schools. Hopkins Public Schools seeks to provide students with a rigorous academic program while fostering a lifelong desire to learn. Students that reside within Eden Prairie, but attending the Hopkins school district attend either Gatewood Elementary School, Hopkins West Junior High, or Hopkins High School.