Elegant historic home on Oregon Creek in the heart of the Congdon neighborhood. Rich in Duluth’s history, this truly awe-inspiring 9,000 square-foot mansion was built in 1910 for grain baron George G. Barnum. Located at the end of a dead-end street adjoining Oregon Creek, on a secluded and meticulously landscaped lot filled with maple trees and perennial gardens. The home boasts 7 beautifully-appointed bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms; outdoor second floor decks; an enormous wrap-around enclosed front porch; 12 fireplaces; a formal dining room; two spacious common areas with quarter-sawn oak wainscoting, beamed ceilings and sconce lighting; a butlers pantry; a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, custom cabinets, and a walk-in cooler; plus the original billiards room, which is currently used as a living room.Each bedroom features a gas fireplace and a private bathroom, and 5 of the rooms offer a jacuzzi tub. Other amenities include a split system air conditioning throughout the home, and a Kinetico soft water system. This handsome home has been featured in Better Homes and Gardens,, Minnesota Monthly, MPLS/St. Paul Magazines, WCCO radio and the Star Tribune. It has been a home away from home for countless travelers of discriminating tastes, and now it can be yours.
Family/Rec Room, Partially Finished, Utility Room
|Price Reduced (from $999,500)||$949,500||$50,000 (5.00%)|
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