Wayzata Place is a private condominium complex, located in the heart of Wayzata, which is regarded for exclusivity and unobstructed views of Lake Minnetonka's Wayzata Bay.
560 Indian Mound St #2B is a featured unit in the Wayzata Place East building and is located above the garden level featuring a signature floor plan that maximizes the priceless south facing lake views of Wayzata Bay.
From the entrance, the foyer's featured dark wood floors carry past the laundry and kitchen into the spacious living area welcomed by Lake Minnetonka. The living area can be tailored to suit: including a breakfast alcove with built-in seating, a comfortable living sofa or settee surrounding the fireplace and complete with an informal dining room. The living area is finished with floor to ceiling sliding doors that invite spectacular views and picturesque sunsets.
3707 Pauly Farm Circle - Custom one story walkout featured in the 2008 parade of homes tour. The home radiates quality with its craftsman finishes and eloquent upgrades. The lot is situated on one of the highest points in Hennepin County and the floor plan was designed with over sized custom windows that provide the endless southern views over St. Bonifacius and allow for year-round sunlight to fill the living spaces.
The well appointed kitchen is set on the eastern side of the home which wakens to the morning sun. Desired custom birch cabinets highlight the warm granite counters and red birch floors.
The Great Room features 9 foot ceilings and gas fireplace with ceramic surround. The gleaming red birch floors carry from the foyer into the kitchen and dining room.
Plog post update: Lakeview Golf Course Orono MN - Luxury Development
Planning is underway for the residential development of Orono’s Lakeview Public Golf Course. Since the 1950s 142 acres of land, located just west of North Arm on Lake Minnetonka, has been home to the Lakeview 18 hole public golf course.
For the past couple years the Lakeview Golf Course has been exploring every option to combat the increasing number of golf courses and rising taxes. In 2013, Lakeview Golf Course decided to bring their thoughts of developing the 142 acres of land before a city meeting for residential and council input. Their goal was to alleviate the dwindling margins from the course by rezoning the land in order to develop residential homes.
Since then, months have passed with multiple city meetings discussing all sides of the idea. After listening all sides, the Orono City Council, at the beginning of this year on January 13th, approved the zoning change in land use from Parks Recreation and Open Land...