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Lowry Hill’s Landmark c.1903 Charles J. Martin House Lists for $5.9M (PHOTOS)

Lowry Hill’s Landmark c.1903 Charles J. Martin House Lists for $5.9M (PHOTOS)

Lowry Hill’s Landmark c.1903 Charles J. Martin House Lists for $5.9M (PHOTOS)
May 23
12:53 2018

Lowry Hill’s Landmark c.1903 Charles J. Martin House Lists for $5.9M

1300 Mount Curve Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, 55403

One of Lowry Hill’s landmark historic homes has hit the market for the first time in 35 years for $5,995,000. It was designed by prominent Minneapolis architect William Channing Whitney in the Renaissance Revival style and built c.1903 for Charles J. Martin, secretary of treasurer of the Washburn-Crosby Company. Listed on the National Historic Register, the well preserved and maintained mansion offers a little over 14,300 square feet of floor space with ten bedrooms, eleven bathrooms, richly detailed living and dining rooms and a gracious foyer and library. The home sits on almost an acre in Minneapolis’ historic neighbourhood known as Lowry Hill. The property also includes a two bedroom, two bathroom garden apartment, cabana, outdoor pool and multiple terraces. It’s on the market for $5,995,000 with Berg Larsen Group. Also on the market in Lowry Hill is the historic c.1906 Lawrence Donaldson mansion for $2,995,000. 

The Minnesota Historical Society

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