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2825 Little Orchard Way Long Lake, Minnesota, 55356
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Long Lake is in the South Easter portion of Minnesota on the Western edge of Minneapolis. The first settlers arrived in Long Lake in early spring, 1855. This early contact in Long Lake did not result in settlement but rather this group of Nova Scotians came down Watertown Road, walked to the lake, looked across the lake and settled on the north side of the lake in what is now Orono. The first permanent settlement was established in May 1855 with the arrival of the Flemings and the George Knettles from Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
The late 1890’s – early 1900’s became known as the berry years in Long Lake. The Minnesota Fruit Growers Association was established in Long Lake in 1898 to focus on promoting strawberry and raspberry production. These products became a regional specialty with shipments going as far as Fargo and Grand Forks.
Description: “One of the most impressive properties in the Midwest, this European-inspired estate perfectly blends hand crafted details, inspiring architecture and world class amenities. Offerings include: soaring interior volume; custom artisan finishes throughout including hand painted dome ceilings, metalwork and wood/stone carvings; luxurious owner’s suite wing with two expansive closet rooms, dressing area and marble spa bathroom; attached one bedroom apartment; multiple garage areas; large exercise room; wood paneled amusement room with bar, billiards area and multiple sitting areas; two elevators; one-of-a-kind French-inspired movie theater with stone accent walls, timber beam ceilings, stained glass, balcony overlook and access to unparalleled wine storage room; separate serving kitchen; hidden bookshelf doorway; cigar smoking room; timeless architectural details including a barrel vaulted porte-cochere and sprawling grounds that include: 3 hole golf course, detached lakeside studio guest house, large grass covered parking area for entertaining, stone patios with grilling area, stone wrapped swimming pool with water feature and brick paved auto court. This exquisite property sits on two private lots totaling over 5 acres with 361′ feet of shoreline and abuts Noerenberg Memorial Park. Sale includes second parcel 2805 Little Orchard Way.”
- 4 bedrooms
- 6 bathrooms
- 5.22 acres
- 16,000 square feet
- Listing agent: Bruce Birkeland