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Don't mind me here drooling over super cool houses.

It's probably the worst AND best thing about my other gig. I like to call it an occupational hazard. Being a realtor and having access to all the newest houses hitting the market. Just take all my money!

Also see: Minnesota Named One of the Richest States in the Country

If I can't afford to buy the house (which is almost always - let's be real), I start Pinteresting how I can add all these cool features to my current house. My husband loves it - not.

Well, I absolutely had to share this one with you. It's one of the most unique houses I've ever seen and it's the largest home in all of Minnesota.

Timothy C Lovett - Coldwell Banker Realty
Timothy C Lovett - Coldwell Banker Realty

This expansive house has six bedrooms, an impressive 12 bathrooms, and 7 garage stalls, occupying a generous plot of almost 3.5 acres on the shores of Lake Minnetonka.

A Look Inside the Biggest Home in all of Minnesota

The average size home in Minnesota is somewhere between 1,500 and 2,500 square feet, and that's a good size home.

Minnesota's largest home is HUGE - it would be like taking a 2,500 square foot house and duplicating it EIGHT times!

Take a peek inside the biggest home in Minnesota. It's almost 20,000 square feet!

Gallery Credit: Samm Adams

For a cool $12,495,000, this could be yours. Anyone want to go in on it with me? ;) I think at nearly 20k square feet, there's plenty of room for all of us.

Then again, looking at the property taxes - yikes! I can't get over how much they are. Nearly $80k a year.

The house is located in Woodland, MN. It was built in 1988, but according to the listing has been "updated with new windows, roof, and state-of-the-art mechanicals throughout. Plus, the hearth room has been rebuilt and the kitchen remodeled."

Click here to see the full Zillow listing.

Gorgeous Photos of Classic Rochester Home That Was Featured on For The Love Of Old Houses

Arched doorways, detailed woodwork, and a front window full of detail are all part of why this Rochester home in the Kutzky Park area was featured on "For The Love Of Old Houses'.

Gallery Credit: Jessica On The Radio


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