Location: 640 Locust Hills Drive, Wayzata, MN

Square Footage: 8,574

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 4 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms

Price: $7,200,000

This stone & stucco mansion is located at 640 Locust Hills Drive in Wayzata, MN and is situated on 0.8 waterfront acres. It was designed by Peter Eskuche and built by L. Cramer in 2010. It features a rustic interior with lots of wood and stone used throughout. There is approximately 8,574 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase, formal living room fireplace and disappearing wall that leads to the patio, formal dining room with beamed ceilings and stone wall, gourmet kitchen with adjoining breakfast room, family room with stone fireplace, paneled home office/library with fireplace, media room, 6-car garage, stone patio and a boat dock.

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  • Daniel

    Exterior isn’t my style but the interior looks nice enough. Sitting room in photo 8 is probably my favorite space.




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  • Grrrowler

    I was about to say that I liked the interior much better than the exterior, but then I looked closer at the inside and decided I didn’t like it. After a third look I decided that it’s the hideous furnishings that are throwing me off. There are some OK spaces that could look decent. I really dislike the exterior.




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  • Oranges

    Regarding the exterior: Locust Hills, the development this home is located in, is meant to look like an old European village. Each home must fulfill certain requirements and be reviewed by an association before being built. This home fits perfectly in with the neighborhood. Google pictures of locus hills…. It is very beautiful. As for the price, this home is located on one of the three lakefront lots in the community but 7.2 million is a huge stretch. They would be lucky if they got 5 million.




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  • Mak

    Helluva koi pond.




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    • Grrrowler

      I’m guessing there’s more than just koi in that pond.




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    • Teddi

      Note to self, one day make it big, get a mansion, build koi pond, name it in ode to Mak.




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      • Venom

        I have two ponds and no koi in them. I feel like I am doing Mak a disservice by not having any in them, although I don’t think they could survive the cold of winter anyway. I did just learn almost the hard way that I do have at least one snapping turtle. Friendly tip, do not try to pick them up to help them across the street, they will react in the most violent manner.




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        • Teddi

          Note to self, never help a snapping turtle to cross the road.

          Though I think the name ‘snapping’ turtle might have been a clue, Venom.




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          • Venom

            Hmm, guess it did not occur to you that I did not know it was a snapping turtle when I picked it up, didn’t it?




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        • Teddi

          ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
          Don’t you just hate it when you’re trying to help one of God’s little innocent creatures and they don’t appreciate the help?




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  • Al Robinson

    I like the back of the house, but inside… eh.




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