*** SOLD 2018 ***

9459 County Road 105 NW, PINE ISLAND, MN 55963

Beautiful home nestled into 35 acres of a wooded hillside with a southern exposure and a creek running through it.

This post-Victorian home located in a rural area of northwest Olmsted County. It has a 35.15-acre wooded hillside site. The home has 2,278 square feet of above ground living area, a full basement, and an unfinished walk-up attic. It was moved to the site in the mid-1990s and has a new foundation. At that time, the interior was stripped to the frame and received new drywall walls/ceilings, insulation, mechanicals, and plumbing and electrical systems. Kitchen and baths have been remodeled. Features include custom millwork, wood floors, extended ceiling height, granite counters, a finished basement bath and theater room, and a new 34’ x 32’ three-stall garage. The home has very good quality and appeal. It combines early-20th century quality and charm with modern updates. The effective age is that of a much newer home.


  • Hunters paradise
  • Less than 10 miles from Rochester city limits
  • Has potential as a Bed and Breakfast
  • Small orchard: 3 Apple trees (2 Harleson, 1 Honey Crisp), 1 Plum tree, and 1 Bartlet Pear tree
  • Prairie remnant
  • House was totally refurbished, but keeping original feel
    • birds eye maple and fir floors;
    • hand carved trim;
    • pocket doors;
    • leaded glass windows in living room and dining room;
    • built in pantry.
  • 3 bedrooms plus den (all phone ready)(not TV ready)
  • More bedrooms could be added to basement or attic
  • 3 full baths plus R/I 1/2 bath in walk in attic
    (one on all 4 floors)
  • Master bedroom has full bath with claw foot tub
  • Hardwood floors
    • in all bedrooms,
    • master bathroom,
    • dining room,
    • living room,
    • den
  • Porcelain tile
    • kitchen,
    • mud room,
    • pantry,
    • main floor bathroom
    • (heated in kitchen & bath)
  • Dark cherry kitchen cabinets
  • Main floor laundry
  • 50 year roof with copper valleys (with new plywood sheathing)
    and widow’s walk installed 2001
  • Widow’s walk rubber replace in 2013
  • Seamless steel siding
  • Low-E energy efficient windows
  • 3 egress windows in basement
  • 4 potential levels of living
  • We went above the building code at the time on everything we could
    • 1″ copper pipes
    • 12 gauge wiring
    • 200 AMP electrical service.
  • Commercial grade iron filter and water softener
  • 80 gallon commercial electric water heater (off peak power) replaced May 2018
  • Geothermal heat pump and back-up lp furnace on off-peak electric.
    • Geothermal heat pump replaced in 2016 (off peak power)
    • LP backup replace with 95% efficient LP furnace in April 2018
  • Air to air heat exchanger
  • Basement was tiled inside and out (we have never had to take our sump pump out of box, never any seepage)
  • Waterproofing instead of damp-proofing on below
    grade walls
  • Basement walls poured concrete with extra course (8′ 4″)
  • Insulation on exterior of basement walls to allow concrete to act as heat sink
  • 6mil poly and 2″ thick extruded polystrene laid under full 4″ concrete slab
    to decrease chance of radon gas
  • Main floor 9 foot ceilings
  • Crown molding in living room
  • R-19 in exterior walls (1″ urethane spray on insulation; all joist pickets of balloon framing filled with urethane insulation to act as fire block).
  • Insulated interior walls for sound control
  • Over 3400 sq feet of finished/unfinished livable
    space (not counting full walk in attic)