Famous MN fisherman and tackle store owner Ted Capra is selling his house on Lake Minnetonka â€“ and if you buy it, he’ll take you out on the lake in his boat and show you his best spots.
Guess that’s one way to make your offering stand out from the pack â€“ or maybe that’s what you’ll do if you need to sell. But you must need to sell pretty badly, and it’s not clear that Teddy does because:
> The 6,414 sq ft “cabin,” with 100 feet of shoreline on the lake, is listed for $2.4 mil.
Yes, the news article says Ted and his wife uses it as a “cabin” â€“ which includes “a big open kitchen that loosely resembles a boat, a butler’s pantry, three fireplaces, an exercise room, a home theater, family room and sun room. The maple floors were hand-scraped, and they used real stone from Wisconsin for the fireplaces.”
Then again, there’s a two-year supply of million $-plus houses on the market up there. Times are hard, man!