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2824 Manhattan Blvd, Wahpeton,
IA 51360

Wahpeton, IA Real Estate and Homes for Sale in 51360 MLS# 240070

$3,195,000

  • 4
  • 2
  • 2728
  • Active
Built in 2022
Price Decreased

General Description

This modern design by award-winning PKA Architecture of Minneapolis was completed in 2022 on a 60’ x 218’ lot at the quiet, north end of Manhattan Blvd on West Lake Okoboji. The light-filled open-plan design features a 35’ span of floor to ceiling windows providing gorgeous, panoramic lake views. The kitchen is a cook’s delight, with Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances throughout, a separate pantry with skylight, and 8’ kitchen island. Additional photos are available on the web site of project architect PKA: https://pkarch.com/portfolio/manhattan-point-cabin

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Status: Active

Property Information

240070

$3,195,000

Sale

Single Family Residence

Contemporary

RESIDENTIAL

2824 Manhattan Blvd

Wahpeton

IA

51360

4

2

2

2

2728

13106

Detached

2

West Okoboji Lake

Lake

60

12368

2022

Okoboji

2022

Features

No

Roll-In Shower

Accessible Shoreline, Lake View, Waterfront-Deep

Dock, Driveway-Gravel, Fenced Yard-Partial, In-Grnd Sprklr Sys, Irrigation System, Patio, Watering System

Ceiling Fan(s), Drinking Water System, Garage Door Opener, Hardwood Floors, Kitchen Center Island, Main Floor Bedrooms, Main Floor Laundry, Natural Woodwork, Pantry, Security System, Sky Light, Smoke Alarms, Tiled Floors, Walk-in Closet, Washer/Dryer Hkups, Window Coverings

Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Exhaust Fan/Hood, Freezer, Microwave, Range/Stove, Refrigerator, Washer

Air to Air Exchange, Sump Pump, Water Filtration Sys, Water Heater-Gas, Water Osmosis System, Water Softener-Own

Utilities

Forced Air, In-Floor

Public/City

Public Sewer

Central

No

Breakers

Miscellaneous

Partial

Sump Pump

Poured Concrete

Frame/Wood,Stick Built

Wood Siding

LISTED BY

Hunter Real Estate, Scott Hunter (515.745.4560)

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"Turn-Over" Thermocline

Referred to locally as the lake turning over the thermocline is a feature of lakes with deep water. The water on the top of the lake changes temperature much more variably during the year. On West Lake, it can reach as much as 75 degrees in July while the water below, greater than 35 or 40 feet deep is relatively stable around 45 degrees. In the fall and early winter, the top strata of the lake will cool to below 45 degrees, and then because it becomes denser, it will "sink" below the lower strata, thus, displacing it and making the lake "turn-over". In the deepest part of West Lake (near the 136ft mark), no light is availble, and hence little life is known whether fish or plant. Typically questions are raised as to why the surface water gets dirty for a short period of time in the fall, this this is the standard answer.

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"The Harbor"

The harbor is a man made inlet located on the north end of West Lake. A board walk surrounds the harbor and this is one of the most tranquil parts of the lake. Homeowners in the harbor have a more affordable way to have access to West Lake, and still get to enjoy the clean waters West Lake has to offer. Homes in the Harbor typically range from about $350k to as much as $700k.

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"The Bridge"

"The Bridge" has been referred to by the Wharf Bridge, the Kentucky Fried Chicken Bridge, the bridge connecting East and West, among other names. In the good old days, this was actually a draw bridge converted to the current permanent structure. In the 90's when the 3 lane was installed, there was talk about removing the bridge and making some drastic changes. All in all, the base of the bridge remained, and the upper structure was improved. I remember as a kid jumping off the bridge, and fishing on and under the bridge. In fact, an unforgettable memory I have is when I was fishing with my cousin and I casted out trying to reach the opposite corner of the bridge with my lure. In mid air, a pigeon flew and the timing was so great that my line wrapped around the pigeon, and the pigeon went into the water. I reeled it up and had caught a pigeon. My cousin then decided to hold this pigeon inside the front of his coat. We went to show people at Okoboji Boats what we had caught. When we got there, he opened his jacket, and the pigeon had pooped all over his white shirt.

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