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Lake Harriet Historic Home

by Jennifer Kirby on October 9, 2007
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This weeks Historic Home in Minneapolis is 4427 Lake Harriet Pkwy

Built in 1923 by D.C. Bennett, this home has a wonderful lot that sits high above the street and gives views of Lake Harriet. Some may consider historic homes to only be those 100 years or older, but given the age of our homes here in Minnesota, I usually say a home is historic if it was built before 1930 and has architectural significance.
The home is designed in Spanish – Mediterranean style which can easily be seen in the tiled roof. One architectural feature that stands out are the balcony balustrades. The last recorded sale was in 1994 for $675,000. It has 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and about 4700 square feet.

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