1912 Tudor Revival – Minneapolis, MN

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3421 Park Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55407

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  • $350,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2440 Sq Ft
  • 0.13 Ac.
Wonderful opportunity to own a turn of the century home on Park Ave. 2440 FSF above ground. The 15x12 Dining Room features a built-in buffet, coffered ceiling, paneled walls with plate rail, custom painted murals above plate rail, crystal chandelier, and window seat. Other architectural details include original wood stair rails, arched doorways, airlock front entrance mudroom with a bench, craftsman style French Doors, a beveled glass foyer door, and more. Sun Room main level. Four bedrooms and a full bath on the 2nd level. 3rd level has a 16x20 finished area that can be used as a 5th bedroom or bonus space, plus additional square footage that could be finished. Lower level is divided into rooms but not considered FSF. Newer concrete garage pad. Easy access to Downtown Minneapolis by car, bus, or bicycle. Quick possession.
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Hannelore Buck, Re/Max Preferred
(952) 226-7653
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8 Comments on 1912 Tudor Revival – Minneapolis, MN

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  1. MJGMJG says: 2392 comments
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    That painting in the dining room above the rail is amazing! Looks to be original. They really should paint the ceiling panels in a color or colors to match the tones in that painting. It would unify the room and give a more historic effect.

    I love the doors in this house. Beautiful architecture and though this is too late for my style, I totally appreciate its quality and design.

    • MichaelMichael says: 2959 comments
      1979 That 70's show
      Otis Orchards, WA

      I like your comments on the dining room. The mural above the wainscot looks as if it was always there. I’m glad to see it still is, if it is original. It really makes this space something special. I hadn’t considered painting the ceiling panels between the beams but I think a nice light blue that matched the blue in the sky of the mural would be a nice pick in my opinion!

  2. Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 2298 comments
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    1920 Colonial Revival
    Upstate/Central, NY

    I agree with MJG… my favorite things about his house are the DR mural and the design of the interior doors – so very pretty! And looking back, agree that the ceiling in a pale color coordinating w. the mural would be extra nice. Nice built-ins, too. I like the house in general, but personally wish the woodwork were a bit lighter in color.

  3. There is a lot of wonderful space and light and woodwork and details in this place. Think the kitchen cabinets are original? I’m not a fan of the layout, I’d want to turn the room around and put the sink in front of the window.

    The purple paint in the basement is interesting. The tile floor would concern me.

  4. C.LouiseC.Louise says: 75 comments
    1925 Craftsman
    Red Lodge, MT

    Oh what a beautiful house. Park Ave. is a lovely street, many fabulous old houses. i got a flat right about this block and sat waiting for my dad to come and help me a few years back. Many grand old homes. And that painting is awesome, what a nice detail!

  5. BethsterBethster says: 825 comments
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    1927 Spanish Revival
    Richmond, VA

    That mural is wonderful! I also love all the built-ins and those fascinating interior doors.

  6. Gail M.Gail M. says: 201 comments
    1964 Brutalist midmod condo
    Saint Paul, MN

    AND, you’d have this just down the street!

  7. KarenKaren says: 43 comments
    1955 MCM
    Rockwall, TX

    Be still my heart. I owned a 1918 bungalow in Minneapolis, but this was the kind of house I would have preferred. South Minneapolis is positively teeming with stunning early 20th-century houses.


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