Huntington Manor on 3.37 Acres in Orono, MN Reduced to $7.5M (PHOTOS)

Huntington Manor on 3.37 Acres in Orono, MN Reduced to $7.5M

$7,495,000 | Built 2019 | 8,702 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 3.37 Acres
835 Hunt Farm Road, Orono, Minnesota, United States, 55356

An intriguing stone mansion on 3.37 acres in Orono, Minnesota has been reduced to $7.5 million. It hit the market in May 2019 for nearly $10 million. The 8,702 square foot residence is the result of a collaboration by architect James McNeal and stone mason Luke Busker. Combining old-world design with modern amenities, the majestic and welcoming home was built for luxurious living and grand-scale entertaining. The expansive main level includes a gourmet kitchen with walk-in fridge, three-season porch, private office and floor-to-ceiling windows. Architect James McNeal told StarTribune, “It’s a glass box inside a stone house. I was trying to play with the modern feel of a glass home with an open plan and lots of light. From the outside, you might think it would be dark and gloomy.” McNeal also revealed that the interiors drew inspiration from the Game of Thrones and include steampunk features including a steel door operated by a pulley and hand crank that reveals a concealed television in the living room. There are 4 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms with an upper level master suite with dual closets and private balcony. The lower level includes a living area with a bank of three stone fireplaces, large bar, temperature-controlled wine storage for over 1,000 bottles, built-in booth seating and ornate theatre area. The 3.37 acre property is surrounded by natural preserve. Huntington Manor is on the market for $7.5 million with Drew Hueler of Coldwell Banker.

Architect James McNeal: “Co-visionaries James McNeal and masonry artist Luke Busker imagined an estate home of revitalized classical form combined with modern touches – a shimmering glass and steel house inside a castle.  Huntington Manor is a solid stone work of art.  It’s an estate home rooted in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, with a unique steampunk twist.”

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