210 Laurel Street East
Stillwater, MN, USA

  • Architectural Style: N/A
  • Bathroom: 7
  • Year Built: 1858
  • National Register of Historic Places: N/A
  • Square Feet: 6,325 sqft
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  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Architectural Style: N/A
  • Year Built: 1858
  • Square Feet: 6,325 sqft
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathroom: 7
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  • National Register of Historic Places: N/A
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Sep 10, 2023

  • Amanda Zielike

210 Laurel Street East, Stillwater, MN, USA

210 Laurel Street East, Stillwater, MN, USA

Sep 09, 2023

  • Amanda Zielike

Listed for sale for 1.9M!

Taken from Zillow Listing - "Spectacular Storybook Stillwater. Perfectly poised on 1.7 acres overlooking the St. Croix River Valley this incredible property is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own an iconic home that weaves history, architecture, modern luxury & timeless elegance into a most incredible offering. With the highest attention to detail this notable home was redesigned & renovated to create an open flowing layout & central living spaces for utmost enjoyment. Truly an entertainer’s dream, the large chef’s kitchen has multiple professional appliances, gorgeous dining room, expansive living room, sunroom & media room. Upstairs there are 4 private bedrooms with en-suites, the primary has sweeping views of the river bluff, spa bathroom w/soaking tub, vanilla onyx stone shower & walk-in closets. Butternut bookcases, "Stillwater Arch" doorways, imported English fireplaces, stunning lighting, in-floor radiant heat & walnut floors throughout, heated driveway. Breathtaking gardens, private woods. Spectacular!"

Listed for sale for 1.9M!

Taken from Zillow Listing - "Spectacular Storybook Stillwater. Perfectly poised on 1.7 acres overlooking the St. Croix River Valley this incredible property is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own an iconic home that weaves history, architecture, modern luxury & timeless elegance into a most incredible offering. With the highest attention to detail this notable home was redesigned & renovated to create an open flowing layout & central living spaces for utmost enjoyment. Truly an entertainer’s dream, the large chef’s kitchen has multiple professional appliances, gorgeous dining room, expansive living room, sunroom & media room. Upstairs there are 4 private bedrooms with en-suites, the primary has sweeping views of the river bluff, spa bathroom w/soaking tub, vanilla onyx stone shower & walk-in closets. Butternut bookcases, "Stillwater Arch" doorways, imported English fireplaces, stunning lighting, in-floor radiant heat & walnut floors throughout, heated driveway. Breathtaking gardens, private woods. Spectacular!"

Sep 03, 2023

  • Amanda Zielike

Featured on Mpls St Paul Home & Design!

Instagram - "Take a look inside this sweet historic Stillwater storybook house that’s on the market (via link in bio)! 🏡 💚🌸 📷 courtesy @coldwellbanker ✏️ @rebmen" Website - "$1.9M Stillwater Storybook Up for Sale Home to former Stillwater mayor Judge Hollis R. Murdock, this St. Croix River Valley house built in 1859 comes with built-in charm—and a basement speakeasy—for $1.9 million. Nestled on 1.7 acres overlooking the St. Croix River Valley, a historic Stillwater home brimming with character that was first listed in June has dropped its price to $1.9 million. The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom, 6,325-square-foot Victorian at 210 Laurel Street East was built in 1859, and expanded in 1862, by Judge Hollis Murdock, a lawyer who was an incorporator of the Stillwater and St. Paul Railroad Company, served as director of the First National Bank of Stillwater, and was the city’s mayor for a term. “It being the general consensus of opinion that Washington County has never had a better probate judge,” wrote author Hiram Fairchild Stevens of Murdock in History of the Bench and Bar of Minnesota, published in 1904. “He was ever on the alert to see and work for the best interests of the community in which he lived, his sympathetic nature making him keenly alive to the needs of his fellow men. The Laurel Street home changed ownership a number of times but most notably served as bed and breakfast joints The Overlook Inn and later the Laurel Street Inn—which had historically themed rooms including the Murdock Room, St. Croix Room, Terrace Room, and Millie's Room. Valley Bookseller then-owners Dan Priebe and Molly Rice purchased the home in 2004. The storybook-style home features a large chef’s kitchen, professional appliances, a sunroom, media room, a spa bathroom with a vanilla onyx stone shower, butternut bookcases, “Stillwater Arch” doorways, imported English fireplaces, a heated driveway, and lovely gardens, according to its listing by Abigail Dean on Coldwell Banker Realty. It’s conveniently located a mile or less away from the Stillwater Lift Bridge, Teddy Bear Park, Candyland, the Washington County Historic Courthouse, Warden’s House Museum, Nelson’s Ice Cream, Lolo American Kitchen, and Leo’s Grill and Malt Shop." The full article is here! https://mspmag.com/home-and-design/stillwater-storybook-for-sale-2m/?utm_campaign=later-linkinbio-mspmaghome&utm_content=later-37583858&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkin.bio Historic photo credit: Minnesota Historical society

Featured on Mpls St Paul Home & Design!

Instagram - "Take a look inside this sweet historic Stillwater storybook house that’s on the market (via link in bio)! 🏡 💚🌸 📷 courtesy @coldwellbanker ✏️ @rebmen" Website - "$1.9M Stillwater Storybook Up for Sale Home to former Stillwater mayor Judge Hollis R. Murdock, this St. Croix River Valley house built in 1859 comes with built-in charm—and a basement speakeasy—for $1.9 million. Nestled on 1.7 acres overlooking the St. Croix River Valley, a historic Stillwater home brimming with character that was first listed in June has dropped its price to $1.9 million. The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom, 6,325-square-foot Victorian at 210 Laurel Street East was built in 1859, and expanded in 1862, by Judge Hollis Murdock, a lawyer who was an incorporator of the Stillwater and St. Paul Railroad Company, served as director of the First National Bank of Stillwater, and was the city’s mayor for a term. “It being the general consensus of opinion that Washington County has never had a better probate judge,” wrote author Hiram Fairchild Stevens of Murdock in History of the Bench and Bar of Minnesota, published in 1904. “He was ever on the alert to see and work for the best interests of the community in which he lived, his sympathetic nature making him keenly alive to the needs of his fellow men. The Laurel Street home changed ownership a number of times but most notably served as bed and breakfast joints The Overlook Inn and later the Laurel Street Inn—which had historically themed rooms including the Murdock Room, St. Croix Room, Terrace Room, and Millie's Room. Valley Bookseller then-owners Dan Priebe and Molly Rice purchased the home in 2004. The storybook-style home features a large chef’s kitchen, professional appliances, a sunroom, media room, a spa bathroom with a vanilla onyx stone shower, butternut bookcases, “Stillwater Arch” doorways, imported English fireplaces, a heated driveway, and lovely gardens, according to its listing by Abigail Dean on Coldwell Banker Realty. It’s conveniently located a mile or less away from the Stillwater Lift Bridge, Teddy Bear Park, Candyland, the Washington County Historic Courthouse, Warden’s House Museum, Nelson’s Ice Cream, Lolo American Kitchen, and Leo’s Grill and Malt Shop." The full article is here! https://mspmag.com/home-and-design/stillwater-storybook-for-sale-2m/?utm_campaign=later-linkinbio-mspmaghome&utm_content=later-37583858&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkin.bio Historic photo credit: Minnesota Historical society

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