The Congdon area of Duluth is full of rich history and iconic homes that are so fun to look at. I have an awesome friend who lived in one that had been divided up into apartments so as cool as the estate was, I could never look through the whole place.
It's rare for these homes to be available to purchase, but that's just what happened this week when this mansion-like Congdon estate hit the market.
As the listing from Messina & Associates states, there's "so much to LOVE from the minute you walk up to the restored classic front concrete porch! Imagine cocktail parties on this spacious terrace!".
As a bonus, the home sits on a big double lot, which gives the buyer not only an iconic property but a big yard as well. I think you'll enjoy taking a look through this property.
Iconic Mansion-Like Duluth Home Hits Market For Under $1 Million
The Congdon area of Duluth is full of rich history and iconic homes that are a reminder of Northland's past. While it's always fun to drive through the area and look at these mansion-like homes, it's not often they hit the market.
However, one such home did become available early 2022, hitting the market for with a listing price of $999,500.
This brick Congdon Estate, located at 2627 E. 7th Street in Duluth, was built in 1917 and totals 6,645 square feet. It features 5 bedroom and 5 baths.
Once you walk onto the restored concrete front porch and into the home, you'll love the hardwood floors, natural woodwork, oversized fireplace that sits in an immense living room, and the Master Suite with its own gas fireplace and a brick sun porch.
There's also a sunroom, formal dining room and an amazing kitchen which comes complete with commercial appliances and a full, original butler pantry/room.
The list of unique and gorgeous features goes on and on. Did I mention the home sits on a nice, big double lot complete with 3-car garage?
Take a look through this Congdon home, something tells me it won't be on the market long.
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