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55 Monarch Way
North Oaks, MN 55127
Welcome home to Rapp Farm in North Oaks! This custom, 2 story walk-out home in the MV School District features generous spaces & upgraded finishes, & open floor plan with a main floor bedroom & main floor 3/4 bath. Spacious kitchen includes center island with granite countertops, pantry, and informal dining area. Deck off the back of the home is perfect for summertime entertaining. Head upstairs to find 4 bedrooms plus a bonus room, including a private owners' suite with walk-in closet and private bath, and 2nd floor laundry for everyday convenience. Finished LL walk-out has plenty of space to play and includes a family room, game space, wet bar area, 2 guest bedrooms and full bath. This home has all of the spaces that you have been looking--professional landscaping, paver patio and a private backyard with pond & water views. 3 car garage. Amenities include neighborhood swimming pool, club house & tennis court, miles of trails and more. Ready to move right in and enjoy this summer!
Listing courtesy of NORTHSTAR / Krista Wolter / Coldwell Banker Realty
Last updated Sep 12, 2022
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