Jun 23, 2021 - Real Estate
Stillwater's historic Ivory McKusick House hits the market
The exterior of the pink historic Ivory McKusick House in Stillwater, Minnesota.
The exterior of the Ivory McKusick House in Stillwater. Photo courtesy of Wendy Gimpel

Want to own a bright pink piece of local history? The Ivory McKusick House in Stillwater is on the market for $825,000.

Background: The 3,132-square-foot home was built in 1872 for McKusick, a local lumberman and surveyor whose family founded Stillwater's first sawmill. It's now on the National Register of Historic Places and included in local historic tours.

  • The four-bedroom, three-bath house has modern amenities like a new roof and kitchen makeover, while still keeping the original "Second Empire" architecture intact, said realtor Wendy Gimpel.

Plus: The property has a completely renovated barn, which now serves as an extra space for entertaining.

Go deeper: Check out the listing and video tour here.

The den inside Stillwater's historic Ivory McKusick House with the original built-in library shelves.
The den of the Ivory McKusick House with the original built-in library shelves. Photo courtesy of Wendy Gimpel
avatar

Get more local stories in your inbox with Axios Twin Cities.

More Twin Cities stories

No stories could be found

Twin Citiespostcard

Get a free daily digest of the most important news in your backyard with Axios Twin Cities.