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Josh Hartnett's Lake of the Isles home sold for $2.3M

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Twin Cities native-turned Hollywood star Josh Hartnett pocketed $2.3 million from the sale of his Lake of the Isles home, it has been confirmed.

The sale of the 5,000 square-foot house at 2405 E Lake of the Isles Parkway closed last month, according to real estate listings, with the "Pearl Harbor" and "Black Hawk Down" actor getting just under the $2.395 million asking price.

According to the Star Tribune, the deal "went pending" in February after an offer was accepted, eventually closing on June 10.

The buyer has been identified only by the name of "LakeView Properties," an LLC with an address in New York City.

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The Business Journal notes that the buyer made a $575,000 down payment for the 128-year-old home in one of the most exclusive areas of Minneapolis.

The Victorian-style house comes with four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a wine cellar, a gym, and a game room – not to mention stunning views of the lake.

After buying it for $2.395 million in 2002, Hartnett himself made some renovations, which included adding a gourmet kitchen.

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