This Renewed Firehouse in Minneapolis Can Be Yours for Less Than You Think

"It truly is a unique property," says Bobby Kroog, thelisting agent behind unit No. 1 inside an old fire station from 1906. "I haven’t seen anything like it in the Twin Cities."

Located blocks from Bde Maka Ska, the three-bedroom, three-bathroom, 3,547-square-foot condo -- one of four that emerged after a 1991 renovation -- just hit the market for $1.12 million.

"One of the things the owner said to me is the space is really thoughtfully designed," Kroog says. "It's very easy to live in."

Two fully functioning firehouse garage doors lead to an expansive foyer, where a central staircase replaced the fireman's pole. Two bedrooms are found on the main level; the master is on the open-concept second floor. Among the condo's features: 14-foot ceilings, exposed brick, timber beams, original hardwood flooring, a European-style fireplace, a balcony, and a sound-proof basement drum room. 

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