This historic Morgan Park home at 8607 Beverly St, Duluth MN 55808, is a rare opportunity to enjoy all the character that comes with a historic home, but is move-in ready(!) since it’s been completely, beautifully updated!
Here’s a great opportunity to own a stunning 4 bed, 3 bath, historic Morgan Park home that really is move-in ready. With all the character perfectly preserved, this gorgeous home has been extensively updated with a newer roof (lifetime warranty), newer furnace, carpet, refinished hard wood floors, classy updated kitchen and energy-saving fireplace insert, as well as fresh paint and modern light fixtures throughout. From the moment you walk in the door, the natural light, immaculate woodwork, and warmth of the fireplace will make you want to stay! What’s left? The 5th bedroom, or theater room is ready to be built in the basement, which is already wired and ready for finishing.
Enjoy Duluth’s proximity to the outdoors from the back door. Use the trail system directly behind the house to access the St. Louis River (just two blocks away), and the Munger Trail. Spirit Mountain is just 1 mile away. This home really does have it all, with spacious rooms throughout, a sunroom, heated porch, a two-car garage, deck, and large, green treated fenced yard. Come take a look before it’s too late!
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Neighborhood Highlight for Morgan Park and 8607 Beverly St, Duluth MN 55808:
The Morgan Park neighborhood is between Grand Avenue and the St. Louis River. The community was originally planned in the early 1900s for those that worked at Duluth Works steel plant. As mentioned above, the proximity to so many outdoor amenities is one thing that makes this area special. The St. Louis River, which feeds into Lake Superior, is know for its fishing. It’s commonly fished for walleye, northern pike and smallmouth bass. The St. Louis River is also popular for other water recreation, such as kayaking. More information on the river can be found at the Minnesota DNR’s website, here.