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Raising the Bar! #homeforsale in @Andover!

This home doesn't just raise the bar, it IS the bar! Resting on nearly 5 acres, this riverfront home is absolutely incredible. With 360 feet of shoreline, the views are breathtaking! Upon entering the front door, the foyer is large and very inviting as your guests will marvel at what lies ahead. The massive kitchen has a see through fireplace, recipe desk, custom pantry, and cabinets galore. The center island is topped with beautiful Corian for easy cleanup and its brilliance. The dining room is flanked by built ins that are also custom made and wood floors meander underneath. 
A den is adjacent to the kitchen and has its own deck! 
The vaulted ceiling adds a lofty dimension to the home. 
Moving to the master sanctuary, privacy awaits. From the double head body sprays in the ceramic tiled shower to the dual sinks in the granite vanity, there is nothing spared here. Gorgeous. The master bedroom has a huge walk in closet too. 
The entertainment room has a wealth of amenities to behold - a sauna, walk up wet bar, stone fireplace for those chilly Minnesota winters, and walks out to the concrete porch. 
Absolutely one of the most incredible homes ever seen and it can all be yours!

17136 Argon St NW Click to see more pics!!! 

Proudly brought to you by the Chris Fritch Team Keller Williams Classic Realty Call us for price and more detail! 763-746-3997




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