MLS® ID: 5149016

2224 W Lake Of The Isles Parkway

Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55405

$1,400,000 Pending
  • 7 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 7695 SQFT
Wonderful opportunity to own a piece of Minnesota history on Lake of the Isles - the Frank M. Mapes home, built for the son of Cream of Wheat founder Emery Mapes, designed by Harry Wild Jones. A Craftsman villa built of brick, steel, tile and reinforced concrete with so many original details still intact and ready for the next chapter in its story. Gracious public spaces featuring velvet wallcoverings, oak herringbone floors, leaded glass windows, terracotta tile floors, and functional rooms like large kitchen, breakfast room and butler's pantry ready for modern renovations. Second floor features 6 bedrooms with Jack & Jill baths, large sunroom. Lower level with large family room with fireplace and wet bar. A once in a generation chance to reimagine this landmark home.
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Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Burnet

Amenities

  • Full baths
    5
  • Half baths
    0
  • Three-quarter Baths
    1
  • Full Baths Range
    4+ Baths
  • Total Baths
    6
  • Zip
    55405
  • Office name
    Coldwell Banker Burnet
  • SQFT
    7695
  • Bedrooms
    7
  • Property type
    Single Family
  • Zoning type
    Residential-Single
  • School district
    1 - Minneapolis
  • Year built
    1915
  • Lot size
    City Bus (w/in 6 blks),Tree Coverage - Medium
  • Sewer
    City Sewer/Connected
  • Heating
    Hot Water,Boiler
  • Tax year
    2019
  • Agent name
    Fran Davis
  • Tax amount
    $ 38065.0
  • Purchase Type
    Pending
  • HOA fees
    $ 0.0
  • Price Range
    $1.25m-$1.5m
  • Square Feet Range
    7000+ sq ft.
  • Bedrooms Range
    7 Beds
  • Year Built Range
    1989 (and earlier)
  • Office ID
    5116
  • Agent ID
    502000199

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