If you are like me and geek out or just truly appreciate old architectural homes and things like brick and original hardwood floors then you are gonna wanna keep on reading!

Just recently a mansion located at 772 Linwood Ave in St. Paul's historic Crocus Hill neighborhood, is newly on the market for nearly $1.4 million.

Let me tell you, this six-bedroom, six-bathroom brick home is just absolutely gorgeous!

The Linwood Avenue home overlooking the river valley built in 1910 features designs and remodels to reflect the original integrity and character “while adding modern comfort, elegance, and sophistication.”

As described on Coldwell Banker Realty, this brick home has 9+ ft. ceilings, gleaming hardwood floors, rich paneling with dentil accents, beamed and coffered ceilings, and walls of windows.”

The living room features a gas fireplace and formal dining with access to a dazzling sunroom & wet bar. The kitchen comes with a decorative tin ceiling, glowing cabinetry, and granite countertops. Then there is a breakfast room that leads to the porch.

TWO staircases lead to the second level with 4 large bedrooms. “The Owner's suite features a gas fireplace, 2 walk-in closets, private full bath with jetted tub, steam shower, and heated floors,” describes Coldwell Banker Realty. Plus there is a third level with a family room, 2 additional bedrooms, a sitting area & full bath. Plus of course, there is an attached two-car garage, a large deck, and a classic fenced yard.

In total, the 6,737 sq ft mansion holds 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 3 fireplaces, a Breakfast Area, an Informal Dining Room, a Separate Formal Dining Room, and of course a porch.

You can view the full listing, pictures and details on coldwellbankerhomes.com where all information is credited to.

Gorgeous Historic Mansion For Sale On Famous St Paul Street

The Linwood Ave mansion located in St. Paul's historic Crocus Hill neighborhood overlooking the river valley is newly on the market for nearly $1.4 million.
Built in 1910, the six-bedroom, six-bathroom brick home is updated but with historic touches to keep the original character.

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