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3.09 acres in Itasca County, Minnesota

28775 E BASS LAKE RD, Grand Rapids, Minnesota 55744 - Itasca County
$514,000 3.09 Acres
4 beds 3 Bathrooms 5000 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 2647472

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Impressive Nova brick home on 3.09 acres built in 2003 with tremendous attention to detail. Construction includes: Structured insulated panels and ceiling with solid styrafoam attached to sheeting, copper clad Canadian made Jeldwen windows, engineered veneer hardwood hickory flooring, Poplar/Aspen tongue & groove ceilings, radiant in floor heat on ground and main levels, & dual fuel. 4 BR home has lovely Great Room combination of kitchen and living room, featuring vaulted ceilings, cathedral windows, custom hickory cabinets, quality appliances, gorgeous cultured stone fireplace, formal dining room, front office/den, & welcoming front entry. Master bedroom suite facing lake with double sided gas fireplace has huge walk in closet, & adjoining bath with Roman style shower & Jacuzzi tub. Second BR & bath, MFL & attached garage are steps away. Garage is enhanced with in floor heat and 2 separate storage rooms. Attractive log staircase leads to loft currently enjoyed as a library.

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Hwy #2 West to right on CR 62 (same as East Bass Lake Road)

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CHARLOTTE MCDERMOTT

COLDWELL BANKER NORTHWOODS

812 S POKEGAMA AVENUE
GRAND RAPIDS, MN 55744

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