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Don't miss this RARE OPPORTUNITY to make money while owning a piece of Duluth’s rich history. With its limestone facade and castle-like appearance, the Cutler mansion is one of Duluth’s most recognizable homes. Dwight Cutler, building materials mogul, spared no expense when commissioning the construction of this residence. The exterior stone was quarried from Lake Erie’s Kelly Island and the woodwork throughout was skillfully crafted. Once a single-family residence, the mansion has been converted into a four-plex. As you enter each unit, you’ll find large living spaces, spacious bedrooms, full kitchens, and private laundries. This home has beautiful common spaces, 4 garage stalls, and sits on a large, treed, corner lot. While this house is currently being used as a rental, it could be used as a multigenerational home, possibly a bed and breakfast, or converted back into a single-family home. Close to schools, parks, trails, hospitals, and downtown.

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Listed by Tracy Ramsay of RE/MAX Results

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