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Most luxurious 'cabin' in Minnesota for sale

J.P. King auction house is listing what it says is the finest luxury "cabin" in Minnesota: a $14 million four-residence estate about two hours from the Twin Cities, with its own malt shop, indoor pool and 1,200 feet of lake frontage. You gotta see the kitchen.
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The Brentwood Estate is no tumble-down cabin. It's a stunning luxury estate with four residences (17 bedrooms total) on 30 private acres with 1,230 feet of lake frontage.

Among the amenities: a 1950s-style malt shop, home theater, billiards room and indoor pool, plus tennis, sand volleyball and shuffleboard courts. The secluded haven is in the Douglas County Lakes area not far from Alexandria. It features a modern 11,400-square-foot main house set amid rolling lawns with panoramic Big Chippewa Lake views.

The J.P King Auction house says it's a one-of-a-kind property unmatched in the entire state.

And it could be yours for $13.9 million or so. Check out the video:

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