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4812 Bywood Street West

Edina, MN 55436 $3,395,000
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 8 Baths
  • 12,736 Sqft
  • 1.22 Acres
  • 4 Cars
agent: John T. Wanninger mls number: 5660276 year built: 1996 type: Previously Owned stories: 2 style: (SF) Single Family

Landmark Rolling Green Estate overlooking Interlachen Country Club. A circular brick motor-court leads to the impressive full stone exterior. High ceilings and massive windows feature golf course views from nearly every room. Grand two-story foyer and great room. Spectacular main floor master suite features a fireplace, private library, expansive bath and two very large closets. An additional main floor suite is adjacent. A large kitchen, informal dining room and adjacent family room offer a more casual setting. Upstairs features three bedroom suites, including a suite that was used by Arnold Palmer when visiting the original owner of the home. The lower level is largely unfinished, aside from a large climate controlled wine cellar. The oversized and heated four-car garage has a full epoxy floor. The mature hardwoods provide a perfect canopy and the views are arguably the best in the neighborhood.

Community Information

Address 4812 Bywood Street West City Edina County Hennepin County State MN Zip Code 55436 School Information 273 - Edina


Garage Spaces 4 Lake Shore No Other Patio, Natural Woodwork, Kitchen Window, Kitchen Center Island, Vaulted Ceiling(s), Hardwood Floors, Walk-In Closet, Main Floor Master Bedroom, Security System, Panoramic View, In-Ground Sprinkler


Cooktop, Wall Oven, Microwave, Exhaust Fan/Hood, Refrigerator, Washer, Dryer, Freezer, Water Softener - Owned, Disposal, Furnace Humidifier, Dishwasher, Gas Water Heater


Heating Forced Air Cooling Central Air Conditioning Fireplaces Living Room, Family Room, Master Bedroom # of Fireplaces 3


Exterior Brick/Stone Roof Shakes, Age 8 Years or Less Lot Description Tree Coverage - Medium Flooring Hardwood Floors
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