Ocotber 2015 Dream Homes in Edina

Posted by Kris Lindahl on Friday, October 23rd, 2015 at 10:33am.

It’s no secret that Edina is home to some amazing estates, with values more than many of us make in a lifetime. We thought it’d be fun to kick off Friday with a look at several of the priciest homes in Edina – what the 1 percenters will be viewing while house hunting this weekend.

Northern Fox Meadow

For a mere $7,945,000 you can land the most expensive property on the real estate market in Edina. With 16,228 square feet you can rest assured it would be easy to get lost in this huge home. One thing you won’t have to worry about is traveling far to go potty – the home has nine bathrooms! With 4 bedrooms, that’s 2 bathrooms for each bedroom.

It’s a gorgeous property, with lots of room for entertaining, such as a rooftop terrace and amazing gardens for summer soirees and large, cozy interior spaces for those winter holiday get togethers.

This estate features four fireplaces, one in the living room, family room, game room and the oversized master suite and it sits on just over 2 acres in the Hopkins School District.

View photos of this home here.

Rolling Green

We love the exterior of this home as much as what’s inside. It sits on more than 2.25 acres and exterior features include a tennis court, pond with a fountain, expansive green spaces and lots of trees. It’s like a home set in parkland.

The home itself holds 5 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms, in 11,091square feet of living space. Yes, it’s big, but there’s an elevator to transport you where you need to go.

This Rolling Green estate is offered at $6,875,000 and you can learn more about it here.

Fox Meadow

This Bavarian-inspired estate in the Fox Meadow neighborhood in Edina is worth a look if you seek waterside acreage. Built in 1974, the home’s six bathrooms and two kitchens have been completely and stunningly remodeled. You’ll also find seven bedrooms in the 8,800 square foot home.

This home is offered at $4,890,000 and you can learn more about it here.


Image: "CentennialLakesWalkingPath" by Ben Franske - Own work. Licensed under GFDL via Commons 

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