About Mississippi River Adventure's Member:
Bob Skeels, Coldwell Banker Realtor Presents:
AN IMPORTANT PART OF WINONA HISTORY
Winona's oldest mansion is being offered for sale for the first time since 1873. The Huff-Lamberton Home, standing sturdy & strong, is ready for the future w/endless possibilities. Features hand carved stairway, 7 marble fireplaces, & original chandelier
and more. . . . .
Total Bdrms: 22 Price: $ 1,650,000
Email Bob Skeels Call Bob at 507-454-6750
Coldwell Banker Winona Website Data
Yr Built: 1857 Total Baths: 24
House Style: 3 Story Basement: Part Finished
Ceramic Tile, Crown Molding, Formal Dining Room, Foyer, French Doors, Hardwood Floors, Kitchen Vent, Library, Master Bathroom, Open Staircase, Paneled Doors, Pantry, Porch
AC Type: Other Water Type: City
Ownership: Single Family Sewer Type: City
Total Sq Ft: 19650 Fuel Type: Natural Gas
Garage Type: None Acres: 1.65
Garage Stalls: 0 Lot Size: 160x262x140x2--
Main Floor Dining - Black marble FP, wainscotting, beamed ceiling
Main Floor Dining 19x18 Plantation style walk thru windows, built-in buffet
Main Floor Kitchen 10x15 Stainless commercial kitchen, 18x6 pantry
Main Floor Living 18x18 Black marble FP, bay window, crown molding
Main Floor Living 24x16 Music rm, 5x7 bay window, white marble FP
Main Floor Other-DO NOT USE 18x21 Library, FP, beamed ceiling, leaded glass windows
Second Floor Bedroom 12x12 Carriage house, w
Second Floor Bedroom 12x13 Carriage house, w
Second Floor Bedroom - Main house, with bath
Second Floor Bedroom 12x13 Main house, with bath
Second Floor Bedroom 14x12 Carriage house, w
Second Floor Master Bedroom 23x18 Built-in wardrobe, ceramic bath, leaded glass
Second Floor Master Bedroom 24x18 White marble FP, glass fr wardrobe, bath
The Lamberton Home, originally the Huff House, is a well-known Winona Landmark. For many years it served as an assisted living facility under the ownership of the Sauer Memorial Home Board of Directors.
The property will be offered to the public for prsentation of sealed bids by prospective buyers. Bids may be submitted by buyers directly or by their real estate agent. The agent must either receive compensation from the buyer or state the amount of compensation expected from seller as part of their bid.
Buyers should be aware that bids will be accepted or rejected based on net proceeds to seller. Seller reserves right to reject any or all bids for any reason, other than circumstances covered by Fair Housing laws.
Decisions to accept or reject offers shall be made by the Sauer Memorial Home Board of Directors.