Ten most expensive St. Croix County, Wis. houses in sold in June

Ten: $725,000

10 most expensive St. Croix County houses bought in June: $725,000
  • Bedrooms: six
  • Bathrooms: six
  • Square feet: 4,265
  • Acreage: 2.45
  • Year built: 2006

The house includes: A bonus space over the garage with a kitchenette, bath and living space; granite counters; a master suite; a wrap around deck; a Jack and Jill bath in the lower level and more. 

Nine: $731,000

10 most expensive St. Croix County houses bought in June: $731,000
  • Bedrooms: three
  • Bathrooms: four
  • Square feet: 3,398
  • Acreage: 3.06
  • Year built: 2002

The house includes: a kitchen with large stone countertops, stainless steel appliances and a dual sink with a garbage disposal; a finished bonus room above the garage, a deck, built-in lockers, main floor laundry and a bathroom connected to each bedroom. 

Eight: $740,000

10 most expensive St. Croix County houses bought in June: $740,000
  • Bedrooms: five
  • Bathrooms: five
  • Square feet: 4,695
  • Acreage: 1.02
  • Year built: 2002

The house includes: views of a pond and the Troy Burne Village golf course, open floor plan in the main living space and vaulted ceilings, a gourmet kitchen, a soaking tub in the master suite, a built-in bar in the lower level and more.  

Seven: $750,000

10 most expensive St. Croix County houses bought in June: $750,000
  • Bedrooms: five
  • Bathrooms: four
  • Square feet: 4,000
  • Acreage: 1.49
  • Year built: 2008

Six: $755,000

10 most expensive St. Croix County houses bought in June: $755,000
  • Bedrooms: five
  • Bathrooms: four
  • Square feet: 4,260
  • Acreage: 1.66
  • Year built: 2008

The house includes: a custom kitchen that comes with granite surfaces, a tile backsplash, high-end appliances and a large island; an open floor plan in the main living space; a gas fireplace; three-season porch with a wood burning fireplace; a finished lower level with a wet bar; a master suite and more. 

Five: $775,000

  • Bedrooms: four
  • Bathrooms: three
  • Square feet: 3,742
  • Acreage: 2.5
  • Year built: 2007

This house includes: white oak floors, knotty alder cabinetry, a three season porch with a fireplace, a main floor master suite, a lower level wet bar and outdoor entertaining spaces. 

Four: $785,000

10 most expensive St. Croix County houses bought in June: $785,000
  • Bedrooms: four
  • Bathrooms: five
  • Square feet: 6,044
  • Acreage: 5.35
  • Year built: 2003

This house includes: An indoor pool and hot tub, a gorgeous stone fireplace and a large kitchen island with a stone base, a home theater, a huge master bathroom, a fenced in yard and more. 

Three: $790,000

10 most expensive St. Croix County houses bought in June: $790,000
  • Bedrooms: four
  • Bathrooms: four
  • Square feet: 4,343
  • Acreage: 13.25
  • Year built: 2001

This house includes: a circular driveway with a custom water fountain, a pond, a screen porch, custom cherry cabinets, a walk-out on the lower level, in-floor heating in the lower level, a six car garage and more. 

Two: $879,100

10 most expensive St. Croix County houses bought in June: $879,100
  • Bedrooms: three
  • Bathrooms: five
  • Square feet: 3,464
  • Acreage: 4.79
  • Year built: 2015

This house includes: a wing of the house dedicated to the master suite, a gourmet kitchen (which includes a pot filler, two sinks wall ovens and a raised dishwasher), a wine room, two patios and a closet that is ready to be converted into an elevator. 

One: $1.37 million 

10 most expensive St. Croix County houses bought in June: $1.37 million
  • Bedrooms: five
  • Bathrooms: five
  • Square feet: 6,727
  • Acreage: 4
  • Year built: 1993

This house includes: 289 feet of frontage on the St. Croix River, a lower-level walk-out, a full living space on the main floor, a maintenance free deck that is accessible from multiple rooms and more. 

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