Landmark 1884 Eclectic English Country Manor Pending Sale in Saint Paul, Minnesota

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Landmark 1884 Eclectic English Country Manor Pending Sale in Saint Paul, Minnesota

$2,250,000 | Built 1884 | 8,316 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 8.5 Baths | 1.09 Acres
534 Summit Ave, Saint Paul, MN 55102
A Summit Avenue landmark, this one-of-a-kind historic home is pending sale after hitting the market for $2.25 million in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Listing details: An Eclectic English Country Manor house, with architectural influences spanning the Arts & Crafts, Storybook, and Victorian styles. Featuring its prominent cat-slide porte cochere, this remarkable estate remains one of St Paul’s most recognizable homes. Sitting on just over an acre and comprised of 5 lots on top of Historic Ramsey Hill this romantic home, originally built in 1882, has been expanded, preserved, and cherished over the years. At approximately 8,500 finished square feet this 7 bedroom, 8 bathroom home is both grand and comfortable. With 10 foot ceilings and abundant natural light, the layout is compelling and full of delights such as built-in cabinets, bay windows, ornamental carved plaster ceilings, six fireplaces, and numerous porches looking out upon the surrounding formal gardens. The third floor has 2 apartments, perfect for guests or tenants. The garden level contains a gym, a cedar sauna, and steam shower, and yet another apartment. This one-of-a-kind home is pending sale and on the market with Michael Smith of Anderson Realty. Check out Anderson Realty on Instagram! Photography by Corey Gaffer Photography.

 

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