1886 Crocus Hill Landmark Asks $2M in St. Paul, Minnesota

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1886 Crocus Hill Landmark Asks $2M in St. Paul, Minnesota

$2,000,000 | Built 1886 | 9,400 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 7 Baths | 1.56 Acres
4 Crocus Hl, Saint Paul, MN 55102
Constructed in 1886, this majestic Crocus Hill landmark is on the market for $2 million in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Listing details: Majestic, Crocus Hill landmark set on a glorious,1.55 acre, bluff lot with panoramic views. Private driveways on both Crocus Hill and Crocus Place. Stately entrances, one with a porte-cochere. Interior has a mixture of rich natural and enamelled woodwork, Venetian plaster, dazzling leaded windows, pocket and French doors, and a working pipe organ. The kitchen was designed for cooking and entertaining with commercial grade appliances, multiple dishwashers, refrigerators, huge island and eating and sitting areas. Multi-room master suite with baths, dressing rooms, study, and sunrooms. Attached 3 car heated garage, mudroom, porches, sunrooms, terrace, and a back-up generator. 4th floor family/billiards room has breathtaking views of both skylines and the Mississippi River valley. A truly, Phenomenal property. This spectacular home is on the market for $2 million with Mary Hardy of Edina Realty. Photography by Spacecrafting.
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