Historic House Listings

Dwight Woodbridge House, Circa 1900 in Minnesota. $389,000

December 29, 2019

Dwight Woodbridge was considered the pioneer in the development of the Iron Range in Northern Minnesota. The Woodbridge house was built in 1900. This colonial is located on .69 acres in Duluth, Minnesota. Pretty dining room and woodwork! There are pocket doors, hardwood floors, and built-ins. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,435 square feet. $389,000

From the Zillow listing:


A beautiful colonial touched by tradition. This home is rich in history, once owned by the internationally known consultant/ mining engineer, Dwight E. Woodbridge, who was a pioneer in the development of the Iron Range in Northern Minnesota, and the first president of the Duluth City planning commission. Enter into the large welcoming foyer at the heart of the home. From there flow and space abound with all of the features and charm you love about colonial homes. Gorgeous woodwork, tall ceilings, oak hardwood floors, a large formal dining room and living room with pocket doors, and a library with rich woodwork and a fireplace to cozy up to with your favorite book. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances and conveniently around the corner are the butler’s pantry and a powder room. The second floor features a spacious master bedroom with an attached ‘dressing room’/nursery, a balcony, 2 more bedrooms, full bath, and second floor laundry! Need more space? Continue upward to the fully finished 3rd floor. This space features a large living space, full kitchen and charming bath with a claw foot tub. The basement is freshly painted and offers a large amount of storage space, along with a tuckunder garage door. Additional amazingness of this home includes a large back porch overlooking the backyard for relaxing, a spacious corner lot for play and recreation, and a 2 car garage. Last, enjoy peace of mind with the heating costs because the sellers spray foamed insulated the house. Now it’s your turn to own a piece of history and claim this home as your own!


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