This Spanish Revival home was designed by a famous architect. It's currently the most expensive home on the market in Minneapolis.
According to Coldwell Banker Burnet, the mansion that sits at 2427 E Lake of the Isles Pkwy was designed and built by Frederick Soper in 1911. One of the Twin Cities "legendary" homes, it shows off its signature Spanish Revival look with copper-lined pergolas, terraces, and chandeliers and overlooks Lake of the Isles. It features a game room, home theater, solarium with an atrium, and even an elevator.
The 8,474-square-foot mansion has 4 bedrooms and 8 baths. At $5.995 Million, the mortgage would cost an estimated $31.5K per month, according to Trulia.
According to Minneapolis Property Information, the home is currently owned by Paul Eric Siegert, who Bloomberg says is one of four Managing Directors of the financial restructuring group Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin. The home has an extensive history with wealthy buyers, and was even divided into multiple units at one time before being converted back to a single family home, according to the Star Tribune. (Read more about that here.)
Photos: Coldwell Banker Burnet via Trulia.com