Real Character in this Lincoln Park Home

by Tom Bridge on April 5, 2009


A gem among Duluth Homes. Character abounds in this in this Lincoln Park Traditional. Beautiful natural wood work vaulted ceilings are the first thing you will notice when coming inside. The wood trim will truly impress with its like new finish.


This spacious Home Features Foyer Entry, Formal Dining Room, Four Bedrooms, Two Full Baths including the Master, Gas Forced Air Heat with Central Air, Nice Large Deck on the rear of the house, Large Master Bedroom with a bath attached, Walk In Closets, New Wiring, New Sewer line out to the city connection, New Water lines and some new plumbing. Additionally a full basement with a Family/Rec Room. In all close to 1600 square feet of finished area on the first two floors and one finished room in the basement.


It’s a little early in the season to be getting the barbecue going. But looking at this deck and backyard will have you wishing for warmer weather. Relaxing on a warm summer evening with the grill going and enjoying just being alive are what decks and yards like this are for.


At the end of the day or evening you get to retire in a nice large Master Bedroom with the bath attached. Perfect for getting the rest you need before embarking on the next days tasks.

This is a rather short post in terms of text but I think the pictures of this home really say all that needs to be said. The season for homes to go up for sale is upon us with spring coming. Inventory is on the rise and it is quite possibly the best time ever to buy a home. Interest rates are at an all time low. The tax deduction for the purchase of a new home is the best incentive that has come along in quite some time.

I hope this resource for Duluth Real Estate helps you in your search for a new home. Please come back often.

Thank you,

Tom Bridge

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