What was once Minnesota's most expensive home for sale, being posted for sale at $15,000,000, the house known as Windemere has been reduced in price by nearly 1/3! The home was recently reduced to just $10,995,000 two weeks ago. If you aren't familiar with the home, it is built on its own private island, there are more than 19,000 square feet inside the home with 5 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms, and the home has according to Minneapolis/Saint Paul Magazine, "one of Minnesota’s largest residential glass-enclosed atriums that spans the length of the front entrance."

The home was built in 2004, with construction being paused in 2006 as the original homeowner was caught in a tax scam. The home then sat unfinished until 2010 when the current owner, according to Minneapolis/Saint Paul Magazine, "Kam Talebi, the CEO of Kaskaid Hospitality, which includes the restaurant's Brit's Pub, Crave, and Union."

The home is currently being sold by Prudden & Company with the listing belonging to Peter Prudden. You can see the full listing by going here. 

While the above video doesn't show the inside of the home, it does offer those who watch it, the scope of the home, and how absolutely stunning the views are of the home from all angles.

If you are wondering what the inside look likes, prepare to pick your jaw up off the floor as it is as elegant as it is stunning.

Minnesota's Most Expensive Home, Windemere, Reduces Asking Price

Windemere, is a one-of-a-kind estate constructed on a 1.37-acre private island, is completely encompassed by over 1150 sq feet of lake frontage and spectacular panoramic views of St. Alban's Bay on Lake Minnetonka. The home was listed for $15,000,000 but was recently reduced to $10,995,000

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