Historic House Listings

Stunning home! Circa 1905 in Duluth, Minnesota. $649,900

February 7, 2020

Such a stunning home and the price doesn’t seem that bad! This home was built in 1905. It is located on .29 acres in Duluth, Minnesota. The home has quarter sawn oak woodwork, beautiful crown molding, and leaded glass windows. There is a wine cellar, sauna, and home gym. Five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 6,840 square feet. $649,900

From the Zillow listing:


STUNNING! CHARACTER EXUDES in this pillared colonial revival with a VIEW! Be awestruck by quarter-sawn oak woodwork, shining hardwood floors, ornate wainscoting, quality crown moulding, original fireplace tiling, leaded, glass windows & so much more! Constructed in the area of Duluth’s most prestigious historic homes & built in the Lumber/Mining boom of the 1900’s! Substantial modern updates meld beautifully with historic charm & details. A completely renovated kitchen offers granite counters, stainless appliances & breakfast bar. The formal dining with coffered ceilings holds a “pool table”, presently, but, you can replace with your fanciest table! Use the parlor as a main floor rec room! The laundry room on the main floor is a rare treat! Enjoy a sumptuous Master Suite as your oasis with shining hardwoods, fireplace & gorgeous BRAND NEW LUXURY BATHROOM! The 3rd floor has been transformed into a delightful & fun recreation space! Use the 3rd level for your art studio, home office, kids play room! A bath or two on every level is another bonus! All this, plus, the lower level is COMPLETELY FINISHED and provides a second entertaining zone! Custom bar, tv area & fireplace, WINE CELLAR, sauna, and a private room for your home gym! A great corner lot, a back patio that provides private outdoor space, a portico is fabulous during inclement weather, and a NEW detached 2 car garage. This home is your “complete Duluth Package” with a location near Northland Country Club, The Glensheen Mansion, easy access to the Lake Walk and just a few minutes to the hospitals & downtown community.


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