No doubt one of St Paul's architectural attractions, the iconic Goodkind residence with its storybook tudor style and cotswold roof sits privately on the bluff in the Summit Hill neighborhood. Designed by renowned architects Stem & Reed and built in 1910 by two brothers, the house was originally connected to it's neighbor by a fully enclosed walkway, which although now blocked by a wall, remains a prominent and charming feature. Often described as comfortably elegant, all systems have been updated and interiors extensively renovated with much attention to detail. Features include an exercise room, sauna, and resort like swimming pool with extensive gardens around a nearly one acre lot, hidden rooms, and a 1950s fortified bomb shelter in it's original pristine condition. A truly unequaled property in Saint Paul.
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Premier Realty.
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