18165 Irvine Ln - Digital Brochure $579,000

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Great Location! Executive home with large open floor plan in desirable Quail Ridge in the first phase where the lots were larger, featuring tile floors, 2 story great room, home office, cozy three season porch, spacious bedrooms, Jack and Jill bath, oversized owners suite with a sitting room, more room to expand in the lower level, upgraded mechanicals and a large sport court featuring basketball, volleyball, badminton and tennis.

18165 Irvine Ln Lakeville, MN 55044

4 Beds

4 Baths

3,839 Square Feet

• 2 Story Great Room • 2 Gas Fireplaces • Home Office • Spacious Rooms • Unfinished Basement • Sport Court & 3 Season Porch

Joe Stradcutter Redfin Listing Agent (612) 747-9184 joe.stradcutter@redfin.com License # 40296534 Questions? Contact:

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Single-Family Property Full

4831403

Type: For Sale

Property Full Display, Single Family Residential, MLS #: 18165 Irvine Lane, Lakeville MN 55044

Status: Active

$579,000

$579,000

List Price:

Original List Price:

Map Page: 176

Map Coord: D1

Directions: Ipava to 183rd St W, go West to Irvine Lane, Go north to home on the left hand side

Total Bed/Bath: 4 / 4

Garage: 3

Year Built: 2006

(SF) Two Stories Previously Owned

TAX INFORMATION Property ID:

Style:

225960004090 Short Format

Const Status: Foundation Size: AbvGrdFinSqFt: BelGrdFinSqFt: Total Fin SqFt:

1,978 3,839 3,839 0.35

2017 $6,575

Tax Year: Tax Amt: Assess Bal: Tax w/assess: Assess Pend: Homestead:

$

$6,575

No Yes

Acres: Lot Size:

102x140x107x152

Yearly

Yearly/Seasonal:

List Date: 05/18/2017

Received By MLS: 05/18/2017

Days On Market: 4

4

CDOM: 193

PDOM:

General Property Information Legal Description: QUAIL RIDGE 9 4 County: Dakota Postal City: Lakeville School District: Manufactured Home?: No Complex/Dev/Sub: Quail Ridge

194 - Lakeville , 952-232-2000

Common Wall: No

Tree Coverage - Light

Lot Description: Road Frontage:

City, Paved Streets, Curbs, Sidewalks

Residential-Single

Accessibility: None

Zoning:

Remarks Agent Remarks: See supplement for additional info Public Remarks: Executive home with large open floor plan in desirable Quail Ridge in the first phase where the lots were lager, featuring tile floors, 2 story great room, home office, cozy three season porch, spacious bedrooms, Jack and Jill bath, oversized owners suite with a sitting room, more room to expand in the lower level, upgraded mechanical s and a large sport court featuring basketball, volleyball, badminton and tennis.

Structure Information Room Level Dimen Living Rm Main 23x17 Dining Rm Family Rm Main 15x13 Kitchen Main 19x13 Bedroom 1 Upper 20x20 Bedroom 2 Upper 13x12 Bedroom 3 Upper 13x10 Bedroom 4 Upper 15x12

Other Rooms

Level

Dimen 14x12 17x12 12x09 14x14

Forced Air Natural Gas

Heat: Fuel:

Informal Dining Rm Main

Central

Office

Main

Air Cond: Water: Sewer: Garage: Oth Prkg: Pool:

City Water/Connected City Sewer/Connected

Sitting Room Upper Three Season Porch Main

3

Mud Room

Main

9x8

Bathrooms Total:

4 3/4: 0 3 1/2: 1

1/4: 0

Full:

Main Floor 1/2 Bath, Upper Level Full Bath , Private Master, Full Master, Jack and Jill

Bath Description:

Dining Room Desc: Informal Dining Room, Eat In Kitchen Family Room Char: Main Level, 2 Story/High/Vaulted Ceilings, Great Room Fireplaces: 1 Fireplace Characteristics:

Family Room, Master Bedroom, Gas Burning

Range, Wall Oven, Microwave, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Washer, Dryer, Disposal, Other

Appliances: Basement: Exterior:

Full, Sump Pump, Unfinished Shakes, Vinyl, Stucco, Brick/Stone

Asphalt Shingles

Roof:

Natural Woodwork, Kitchen Window, Ceiling Fan(s), Tiled Floors, Walk-In Closet, Washer/Dryer Hookup, In-Ground Sprinkler

Amenities-Unit:

Attached Garage, Garage Door Opener

Parking Char:

Garage Dimensions: 30x26

Garage Sqft:

Garage Door Height:

Garage Door Width:

Main Floor Laundry, 3 BR on One Level, 4 BR on One Level

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PORCH 14x14

FAMILY ROOM 23x17

KITCHEN 19x13

EAT-IN KITCHEN 14x12

OFFICE 17x12

MUD ROOM 9x8

PANTRY

BAR

LIVING ROOM 15x13

DINING ROOM 14x12

GARAGE 30x26

FOYER

8'Wx7'H

16'Wx7'H

INFORMATION IS DEEMED RELIABLE BUT NOT GUARANTEED PLEASE VERIFY ALL MEASUREMENTS.

OPEN TO BELOW

SUN ROOM 12x9

BEDROOM 15x12

BEDROOM 20x20

BEDROOM 13x10

BEDROOM 13x12

OPEN TO BELOW

WALK IN CLOSET

INFORMATION IS DEEMED RELIABLE BUT NOT GUARANTEED PLEASE VERIFY ALL MEASUREMENTS.

UNFINISHED

TEMPORARY WALLS

FINISHED LANDING

FURNACE

INFORMATION IS DEEMED RELIABLE BUT NOT GUARANTEED PLEASE VERIFY ALL MEASUREMENTS.

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DISCLOSURE STATEMENT: SELLER’S PROPERTY DISCLOSURE STATEMENT This form approved by the Minnesota Association of REALTORS ® , which disclaims any liability arising out of use or misuse of this form. © 2016 Minnesota Association of REALTORS ® , Edina, MN 1. Date 2. Page 1 of pages: RECORDS AND 3. REPORTS, IF ANY, ARE ATTACHED AND MADE A 4. PART OF THIS DISCLOSURE 05/12/2017 10

5.

THE INFORMATION DISCLOSED IS GIVEN TO THE BEST OF SELLER’S KNOWLEDGE.

6. NOTICE: This Disclosure Statement satisfies the disclosure requirements of MN Statutes 513.52 through 513.60. 7. Under Minnesota law, sellers of residential property, with limited exceptions listed on page nine (9), are obligated to 8. disclose to prospective buyers all material facts of which Seller is aware that could adversely and significantly affect 9. an ordinary buyer’s use or enjoyment of the property or any intended use of the property of which Seller is aware. 10. MN Statute 513.58 requires Seller to notify buyer in writing as soon as reasonably possible, but in any event before 11. closing, if Seller learns that Seller’s disclosure was inaccurate. Seller is obligated to continue to notify Buyer, in writing, 12. of any facts disclosed here (new or changed) of which Seller is aware that could adversely and significantly affect the 13. Buyer’s use or enjoyment of the property or any intended use of the property that occur up to the time of closing. 14. Seller has disclosure alternatives allowed by MN Statutes. See Disclosure Statement: Seller’s Disclosure Alternatives 15. form for further information regarding disclosure alternatives. This disclosure is not a warranty or a guarantee of any 16. kind by Seller or licensee(s) representing or assisting any party in the transaction and is not a substitute for any 17. inspections or warranties the party(ies) may wish to obtain. 18. For purposes of the seller disclosure requirements of MN Statutes 513.52 through 513.60: 19. “Residential real property” or “residential real estate” means property occupied as, or intended to be occupied as, a 20. single-family residence, including a unit in a common interest community as defined in MN Statute 515B.1-103, clause 21. (10), regardless of whether the unit is in a common interest community not subject to chapter 515B. 22. The seller disclosure requirements of MN Statutes 513.52 through 513.60 apply to the transfer of any interest in 23. residential real estate, whether by sale, exchange, deed, contract for deed, lease with an option to purchase, or any 24. other option. 25. INSTRUCTIONSTO BUYER: Buyers are encouraged to thoroughly inspect the property personally or have it inspected 26. by a third party, and to inquire about any specific areas of concern. NOTE: If Seller answers NO to any of the questions 27. listed below, it does not necessarily mean that it does not exist on the property, did not occur, or does not apply. NO 28. may mean that Seller is unaware. 29. INSTRUCTIONS TO SELLER: (1) Complete this form yourself. (2) Consult prior disclosure statement(s) and/or 30. inspection report(s) when completing this form. (3) Describe conditions affecting the property to the best of your 31. knowledge. (4) Attach additional pages, with your signature, if additional space is required. (5) Answer all questions. 32. (6) If any items do not apply, write “NA” (not applicable).

18165 Irvine Lane

,

33. Property located at

Lakeville

Dakota

, State of Minnesota.

, County of

34. City of

35. A. GENERAL INFORMATION: The following questions are to be answered to the best of Seller’s knowledge. 36. (1) What date did you Acquire Build the home? ------------ (Check one.) ------------ 37. (2) Type of title evidence: Abstract Registered (Torrens) Unknown 11/01/2006 8 8

38.

Location of Abstract:

8

No

Yes

39.

Is there an existing Owner’s Title Insurance Policy?

8

No

Yes

40.

(3) Have you occupied this home continuously during your ownership?

41.

If “No,” explain:

8

No

Yes

42.

(4) Is the home suitable for year-round use?

8 8

No

(5) Are you in possession of prior seller’s disclosure statement(s)? (If “Yes,” please attach.) Yes

43.

No

Yes

44.

(6) Does the property include a manufactured home?

45.

If “Yes,” HUD #(s) is/are

8

No

Yes

46.

Has the title been surrendered to the Registrar of Motor Vehicles for cancellation?

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DISCLOSURE STATEMENT: SELLER’S PROPERTY DISCLOSURE STATEMENT 47. Page 2

48.

THE INFORMATION DISCLOSED IS GIVEN TO THE BEST OF SELLER’S KNOWLEDGE.

18165 Irvine Lane

Lakeville

MN 55044

.

49. Property located at

8

Public: no maintenance

Private

Public

50.

(7) Is the property located on a public or a private road?

51. (8) Flood Insurance: All properties in the state of Minnesota have been assigned a flood zone designation. Some 52. flood zones may require flood insurance. 53. (a) Do you know which zone the property is located in? Yes No

8

54.

If “Yes,” which zone?

8

No

Yes

55.

(b) Have you ever had a flood insurance policy?

No

Yes

56.

If “Yes,” is the policy in force?

57.

If “Yes,” what is the annual premium? $

58.

If “Yes,” who is the insurance carrier?

8

No

Yes

59.

(c) Have you ever had a claim with a flood insurance carrier or FEMA?

60.

If “Yes,” please explain:

61.

62. 63. 64. 65. 66.

NOTE: Whether or not Seller currently carries flood insurance, it may be required in the future. Flood insurance premiums are increasing, and in some cases will rise by a substantial amount over the premiums previously charged for flood insurance for the property. As a result, Buyer should not rely on the premiums paid for flood insurance on this property previously as an indication of the premiums that

will apply after Buyer completes their purchase.

67. Are there any 68.

8

No

Yes

(9) encroachments?

69. 70. 71. 72.

(10) association, covenants, historical registry, reservations, or restrictions, that affect

8

No

Yes

or may affect the use or future resale of the property?

(11) governmental requirements or restrictions that affect or may affect the use or future enjoyment of the property (e.g., shoreland restrictions, non-conforming use, etc.)?

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No

Yes

Yes

73.

(12) easements, other than utility or drainage easements?

No

74. (13) Please provide clarification or further explanation for all applicable “Yes” responses in Section A:

75.

76.

77. B. GENERAL CONDITION: To your knowledge, have any of the following conditions previously existed or do they 78. currently exist on the property?

79.

(ANSWERS APPLY TO ALL STRUCTURES, SUCH AS GARAGE AND OUTBUILDINGS.)

8

80.

(1) Has there been any damage by wind, fire, flood, hail, or other cause(s)?

Yes

No

81.

If “Yes,” give details of what happened and when:

82. 83. 84.

(2) Have you ever had an insurance claim(s) against your Homeowner’s

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Insurance Policy?

Yes

No

85.

If “Yes,” what was the claim(s) for (e.g., hail damage to roof)?

86. 87.

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Did you receive compensation for the claim(s)?

Yes

No

88.

If you received compensation, did you have the items repaired?

Yes

No

89.

What dates did the claim(s) occur?

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THE INFORMATION DISCLOSED IS GIVEN TO THE BEST OF SELLER’S KNOWLEDGE.

18165 Irvine Lane

Lakeville

MN 55044

.

92. Property located at

93. 94. 95.

(3) (a) Has/Have the structure(s) been altered?

8

No

Yes

(e.g., additions, altered roof lines, changes to load-bearing walls)

If “Yes,” please specify what was done, when, and by whom (owner or contractor):

96.

97. 98. 99.

(b) Has any work been performed on the property? (e.g., additions to the property, wiring, plumbing,

8

No

Yes

retaining wall, general finishing)

100.

If “Yes,” please explain:

Three season porch added off the back door, sport court built in backyard

101.

102. 103.

(c) Are you aware of any work performed on the property for which

8

No

Yes

appropriate permits were not obtained?

104.

If “Yes,” please explain:

105.

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No

Yes

106.

(4) Has there been any damage to flooring or floor covering?

107.

If “Yes,” give details of what happened and when:

108.

8

No

Yes

109.

(5) Do you have or have you previously had any pets?

Dog

1

.

and number

110.

If “Yes,” indicate type

111.

(6) THE FOUNDATION: The type of foundation is (i.e., block, poured, wood, stone, other):

Poured concrete

.

112.

113.

(7) THE BASEMENT, CRAWLSPACE, SLAB:

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Yes

No

(e) leakage/seepage?

Yes

114.

(a) cracked floor/walls?

No

No

(f) sewer backup?

115.

(b) drain tile problem?

Yes

Yes

No

8

8

Yes

116.

(c) flooding?

No

No

(g) wet floors/walls?

Yes

8

Yes

117.

(d) foundation problem?

No

(h) other?

Yes

No

118.

Give details to any questions answered “Yes”:

Sump pump failed during heavy rains causing mild water in the basement; sump pump replaced and water remediation company was hired to assess damage (none) and properly dry carpet

119. 120.

121.

(8) THE ROOF:

122.

(a) What is the age of the roofing material?

11

11

123.

Home:

years Garage(s)/Outbuilding(s):

years

8 8 8 8

No

124.

(b) Has there been any interior or exterior damage?

Yes

Yes

No

125.

(c) Has there been interior damage from ice buildup?

126.

(d) Has there been any leakage?

Yes

No

127.

(e) Have there been any repairs or replacements made to the roof?

No

Yes

128.

Give details to any questions answered “Yes”:

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THE INFORMATION DISCLOSED IS GIVEN TO THE BEST OF SELLER’S KNOWLEDGE.

131.

18165 Irvine Lane

Lakeville

MN 55044

132. Property located at

.

(9) THE EXTERIOR AND INTERIORWALLS/SIDING/WINDOWS: (a) The type(s) of siding is (e.g., vinyl, stucco, brick, other):

133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138.

Stucco, siding, brick 8

(b) cracks/damage? (c) leakage/seepage?

Yes Yes Yes

No No No

8 8

(d) other?

Stucco repaired on front pillars

Give details to any questions answered “Yes”:

139. 140. C. APPLIANCES, HEATING, PLUMBING, ELECTRICAL, AND OTHER MECHANICAL SYSTEMS: 141. NOTE: This section refers only to the working condition of the following items. Answers apply to all such 142. items unless otherwise noted in comments below. Personal property is included in the sale ONLY IF 143. specifically referenced in the Purchase Agreement . 144. CHECK “NA” FOR ONLY THOSE ITEMS NOT PHYSICALLY LOCATED ON THE PROPERTY. 145. Working Order Working Order 146. Yes No NA Yes No NA 147. Air-conditioning................................ Propane tank............................................. 148. Central Wall Window Rented Owned 149. Air exchange system ....................... Range/oven............................................... 150. Carbon monoxide detector .............. Range hood .............................................. 151. Ceiling fan ....................................... Refrigerator ............................................... 152. Central vacuum ............................... Security system......................................... 153. Clothes dryer ................................... Rented Owned 154. Clothes washer................................ Smoke detectors (battery)......................... 155. Dishwasher...................................... Smoke detectors (hardwired).................... 156. Doorbell ........................................... Solar collectors ......................................... 157. Drain tile system.............................. Sump pump............................................... 158. Electrical system ............................. Toilet mechanisms .................................... 159. Environmental remediation system Trash compactor ....................................... 160. (e.g., radon, vapor intrusion) ........... TV antenna system................................... 161. Exhaust system............................... TV cable system ....................................... 162. Fire sprinkler system ....................... TV receiver................................................ 163. Fireplace.......................................... TV satellite dish......................................... 164. Fireplace mechanisms .................... Rented Owned 165. Freezer ............................................ Water heater ............................................. 166. Furnace humidifier .......................... Water purification system.......................... 167. Garage door auto reverse ............... Rented Owned 168. Garage door opener ........................ Water softener .......................................... 169. Garage door opener remote............ Rented Owned 170. Garbage disposal ............................ Water treatment system............................ 171. Heating system (central) ................. Rented Owned 172. Heating system (supplemental)....... Windows ................................................... 173. Incinerator ....................................... Window treatments ................................... 174. Intercom .......................................... Wood-burning stove .................................. 175. Lawn sprinkler system..................... Other 176. Microwave ....................................... Other 177. Plumbing ......................................... Other 178. Pool and equipment Other 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

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DISCLOSURE STATEMENT: SELLER’S PROPERTY DISCLOSURE STATEMENT 179. Page 5

180.

THE INFORMATION DISCLOSED IS GIVEN TO THE BEST OF SELLER’S KNOWLEDGE.

18165 Irvine Lane

Lakeville

MN 55044

.

181. Property located at

182. Are there any items or systems on the property connected or controlled wirelessly, via internet protocol (“IP”), to 183. a router or gateway or directly to the cloud? Yes No 8

184.

Comments regarding issues in Section C:

Microwave: runs, but doesn't heat, if door not shut properly; int/ext lights do not work

185.

186. D. SUBSURFACE SEWAGE TREATMENT SYSTEM DISCLOSURE: 187. (A subsurface sewage treatment system disclosure is required by MN Statute 115.55.) (Check appropriate box.) 188. Seller certifies that Seller DOES DOES NOT know of a subsurface sewage treatment system on or serving --------------- (Check one. )-------------- 189. the above-described real property. (If answer is DOES , and the system does not require a state permit, see 190. Disclosure Statement: Subsurface Sewage Treatment System .) 191. There is an abandoned subsurface sewage treatment system on the above-described real property. 192. (See Disclosure Statement: Subsurface Sewage Treatment System.) 193. E. PRIVATEWELL DISCLOSURE: (A well disclosure and Certificate are required by MN Statute 103I.235.) 194. (Check appropriate box.) 195. Seller certifies that Seller does not know of any wells on the above-described real property. 196. Seller certifies there are one or more wells located on the above-described real property. 197. (See Disclosure Statement: Well.) 8 8

198. 199. 200. 201. 202. 203. 204.

Are there any wells serving the above-described property that are not located on the

8

No

Yes

property?

If “Yes”:

(1) How many properties or residences does the shared well serve? (2) Is there a maintenance agreement for the shared well?

8

No

Yes

If “Yes,” what is the annual maintenance fee? $

8

No

Yes

Is this property in a Special Well Construction Area?

205. F. PROPERTY TAX TREATMENT:

206.

Valuation Exclusion Disclosure (Required by MN Statute 273.11, Subd. 18.)

8

207. IS IS NOT an exclusion from market value for home improvements on this property. Any ---------- (Check one.) ----------- 208. valuation exclusion shall terminate upon sale of the property, and the property’s estimated market value for 209. property tax purposes shall increase. If a valuation exclusion exists, Buyers are encouraged to look into the 210. resulting tax consequences. There

211.

Additional comments:

212.

213.

Preferential Property Tax Treatment

214. Is the property subject to any preferential property tax status or any other credits affecting the property? 215. (e.g., Disability, Green Acres, CRP, RIM, Rural Preserve, Veterans’ Benefits, 216. Non-Profit Status) Yes No

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No

Yes

217.

If “Yes,” would these terminate upon the sale of the property?

218.

Explain:

219.

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THE INFORMATION DISCLOSED IS GIVEN TO THE BEST OF SELLER’S KNOWLEDGE.

222. Property located at . 223. G. FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN REAL PROPERTYTAX ACT (“FIRPTA”): Section 1445 of the Internal Revenue Code 224. provides that a transferee (“Buyer”) of a United States real property interest must be notified in writing and must 225. withhold tax if the transferor (“Seller”) is a foreign person and no exceptions from FIRPTA withholding apply. 226. Seller represents that Seller IS IS NOT a foreign person (i.e., a non-resident alien individual, foreign corporation, ------- (Check one. )------ 227. foreign partnership, foreign trust, or foreign estate) for purposes of income taxation. This representation shall 228. survive the closing of any transaction involving the property described here. 229. NOTE: If the above answer is “ IS ,” Buyer may be subject to income tax withholding in connection with the 230. transaction (unless the transaction is covered by an applicable exception to FIRPTA withholding). In 231. non-exempt transactions, Buyer may be liable for the tax if Buyer fails to withhold. 232. If the above answer is “ IS NOT ,” Buyer may wish to obtain specific documentation from Seller ensuring 233. Buyer is exempt from the withholding requirements as prescribed under Section 1445 of the Internal 234. Revenue Code. 235. Due to the complexity and potential risks of failing to comply with FIRPTA, including Buyer’s responsibility 236. for withholding the applicable tax, Buyer and Seller should seek appropriate legal and tax advice regarding 237. FIRPTA compliance, as the respective licensees representing or assisting either party will be unable to 238. assure either party whether the transaction is exempt from the FIRPTA withholding requirements. 18165 Irvine Lane Lakeville MN 55044 8 244. I. NOTICE REGARDING AIRPORT ZONING REGULATIONS: The property may be in or near an airport safety 245. zone with zoning regulations adopted by the governing body that may affect the property. Such zoning regulations 246. are filed with the county recorder in each county where the zoned area is located. If you would like to determine 247. if such zoning regulations affect the property, you should contact the county recorder where the zoned area is 248. located. 249. J. NOTICE REGARDING CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS: MN Statute 299F.51 requires Carbon Monoxide 250. Detectors to be located within ten (10) feet from all sleeping rooms. Carbon Monoxide Detectors may or may not 251. be personal property and may or may not be included in the sale of the home. 252. K. CEMETERY ACT: The following questions are to be answered to the best of Seller’s knowledge. 253. MN Statute 307.08 prohibits any damage or illegal molestation of human remains, burials or cemeteries. A person 254. who intentionally, willfully and knowingly destroys, mutilates, injures, disturbs, or removes human skeletal remains 255. or human burial grounds is guilty of a felony. 256. Are you aware of any human remains, burials, or cemeteries located on the property? Yes No 258. All unidentified human remains or burials found outside of platted, recorded or identified cemeteries and in 259. contexts which indicate antiquity greater than 50 years shall be dealt with according to the provisions of MN 260. Statute 307.08, Subd. 7. 261. L. ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS: To your knowledge, have any of the following previously existed or do they 262. currently exist on the property? 263. (1) Animal/Insect/Pest Infestation? Yes No (6) Lead? (e.g., paint, plumbing) Yes No 264. (2) Asbestos? Yes No (7) Mold? Yes No 265. (3) Diseased trees? Yes No (8) Soil problems? Yes No 266. (4) Formaldehyde? Yes No (9) Underground storage tanks? Yes No 267. (5) Hazardous waste/substances? Yes No 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 239. H. METHAMPHETAMINE PRODUCTION DISCLOSURE: 240. (A Methamphetamine Production Disclosure is required by MN Statute 152.0275, Subd. 2 (m).) Seller is not aware of any methamphetamine production that has occurred on the property. Seller is aware that methamphetamine production has occurred on the property. 8 241. 242. 243. (See Disclosure Statement: Methamphetamine Production.) 257. If “Yes,” please explain:

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No

Yes

268.

(10) Other?

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THE INFORMATION DISCLOSED IS GIVEN TO THE BEST OF SELLER’S KNOWLEDGE.

18165 Irvine Lane

Lakeville

MN 55044

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271. Property located at

272. (11) Have you ever been contacted or received any information from any governmental authority pertaining 273. to possible or actual environmental contamination affecting the property? Yes No 8

274. 275. 276.

(12) Are you aware if there are currently, or have previously been, any orders issued on the

property by any governmental authority ordering the remediation of a public

8

No

Yes

health nuisance on the property?

HAVE NOT been vacated.

277.

If answer above is “Yes,” Seller certifies that all orders

HAVE

------------- (Check one.) ---------------

(13) Please provide clarification or further explanation for all applicable “Yes” responses in Section L.

278.

279.

280.

281. M. RADON DISCLOSURE: (The following Seller disclosure satisfies MN Statute 144.496.)

282. RADON WARNING STATEMENT: The Minnesota Department of Health strongly recommends that ALL 283. homebuyers have an indoor radon test performed prior to purchase or taking occupancy, and recommends having 284. the radon levels mitigated if elevated radon concentrations are found. Elevated radon concentrations can easily 285. be reduced by a qualified, certified, or licensed, if applicable, radon mitigator. 286. Every buyer of any interest in residential real property is notified that the property may present exposure to 287. dangerous levels of indoor radon gas that may place occupants at risk of developing radon-induced lung cancer. 288. Radon, a Class A human carcinogen, is the leading cause of lung cancer in nonsmokers and the second leading 289. cause overall. The seller of any interest in residential real property is required to provide the buyer with any 290. information on radon test results of the dwelling. 291. RADON IN REAL ESTATE: By signing this Statement, Buyer hereby acknowledges receipt of the Minnesota 292. Department of Health’s publication entitled Radon in Real Estate Transactions , which is attached hereto and 293. can be found at www.health.state.mn.us/divs/eh/indoorair/radon/rnrealestateweb.pdf. 294. A seller who fails to disclose the information required under MN Statute 144.496, and is aware of material facts 295. pertaining to radon concentrations in the property, is liable to the Buyer. A buyer who is injured by a violation of MN 296. Statute 144.496 may bring a civil action and recover damages and receive other equitable relief as determined by 297. the court. Any such action must be commenced within two years after the date on which the buyer closed the 298. purchase or transfer of the real property. 299. SELLER’S REPRESENTATIONS: The following are representations made by Seller to the extent of Seller’s actual 300. knowledge. 301. (a) Radon test(s) HAVE HAVE NOT occurred on the property. ------------- (Check one.) ---------------- 302. (b) Describe any known radon concentrations, mitigation, or remediation. NOTE: Seller shall attach the most 303. current records and reports pertaining to radon concentration within the dwelling: 8

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305. 306. 307. 308.

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IS IS NOT a radon mitigation system currently installed on the property. ------- (Check one.) --------

(c) There

If “ IS ,” Seller shall disclose, if known, information regarding the radon mitigation system, including system

description and documentation.

309.

310.

311.

EXCEPTIONS: See Section R for exceptions to this disclosure requirement.

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DISCLOSURE STATEMENT: SELLER’S PROPERTY DISCLOSURE STATEMENT 312. Page 8

313.

THE INFORMATION DISCLOSED IS GIVEN TO THE BEST OF SELLER’S KNOWLEDGE.

18165 Irvine Lane

Lakeville

MN 55044

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314. Property located at

315. N. NOTICES/OTHER DEFECTS/MATERIAL FACTS: The following questions are to be answered to the best of 316. Seller’s knowledge.

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HAS NOT received a notice regarding any proposed improvement project from any

317.

Notices: Seller

HAS

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318. assessing authorities, the costs of which project may be assessed against the property. If “HAS,” please attach

319.

and/or explain :

320.

321. Other Defects/Material Facts: Are there any other material facts that could adversely and significantly affect an 322. ordinary buyer’s use or enjoyment of the property or any intended use of the property? Yes No 8

323.

If “Yes,” explain:

324.

325. O. WATER INTRUSION AND MOLD GROWTH: Studies have shown that various forms of water intrusion affect 326. many homes.Water intrusion may occur from exterior moisture entering the home and/or interior moisture leaving 327. the home. 328. Examples of exterior moisture sources may be: 329. • improper flashing around windows and doors, 330. • improper grading, 331. • flooding, 332. • roof leaks. 333. Examples of interior moisture sources may be: 334. • plumbing leaks, 335. • condensation (caused by indoor humidity that is too high or surfaces that are too cold), 336. • overflow from tubs, sinks, or toilets, 337. • firewood stored indoors, 338. • humidifier use, 339. • inadequate venting of kitchen and bath humidity, 340. • improper venting of clothes dryer exhaust outdoors (including electrical dryers), 341. • line-drying laundry indoors, 342. • houseplants—watering them can generate large amounts of moisture. 343. In addition to the possible structural damage water intrusion may do to the property, water intrusion may also result 344. in the growth of mold, mildew, and other fungi. Mold growth may also cause structural damage to the property. 345. Therefore, it is very important to detect and remediate water intrusion problems. 346. Fungi are present everywhere in our environment, both indoors and outdoors. Many molds are beneficial to 347. humans. However, molds have the ability to produce mycotoxins that may have a potential to cause serious health 348. problems, particularly in some immunocompromised individuals and people who have asthma or allergies to 349. mold. 350. To complicate matters, mold growth is often difficult to detect, as it frequently grows within the wall structure. If you 351. have a concern about water intrusion or the resultingmold/mildew/fungi growth, youmay want to consider having the 352. property inspected for moisture problems before entering into a purchase agreement or as a condition of your 353. purchase agreement. Such an analysis is particularly advisable if you observe staining or musty odors on the 354. property. 355. P. NOTICE REGARDING PREDATORY OFFENDER INFORMATION: Information regarding the predatory 356. offender registry and persons registered with the predatory offender registry under MN Statue 243.166 357. may be obtained by contacting the local law enforcement offices in the community where the property 358. is located or the Minnesota Department of Corrections at (651) 361-7200, or from the Department of 359. Corrections web site at www.corr.state.mn.us. MN:DS:SPDS-8 (8/16)

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DISCLOSURE STATEMENT: SELLER’S PROPERTY DISCLOSURE STATEMENT 360. Page 9

361.

THE INFORMATION DISCLOSED IS GIVEN TO THE BEST OF SELLER’S KNOWLEDGE.

18165 Irvine Lane

Lakeville

MN 55044

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362. Property located at

363. Q. ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:

364.

365. R. MN STATUTES 513.52 THROUGH 513.60: SELLER’S MATERIAL FACT DISCLOSURE: 366. Exceptions: The seller disclosure requirements of MN Statutes 513.52 through 513.60 DO NOT apply to 367. (1) real property that is not residential real property; 368. (2) a gratuitous transfer; 369. (3) a transfer pursuant to a court order; 370. (4) a transfer to a government or governmental agency; 371. (5) a transfer by foreclosure or deed in lieu of foreclosure; 372. (6) a transfer to heirs or devisees of a decedent; 373. (7) a transfer from a co-tenant to one or more other co-tenants; 374. (8) a transfer made to a spouse, parent, grandparent, child, or grandchild of Seller; 375. (9) a transfer between spouses resulting from a decree of marriage dissolution or from a property agreement 376. incidental to that decree; 377. (10) a transfer of newly constructed residential property that has not been inhabited; 378. (11) an option to purchase a unit in a common interest community, until exercised; 379. (12) a transfer to a person who controls or is controlled by the grantor as those terms are defined with 380. respect to a declarant under section 515B.1-103, clause (2); 381. (13) a transfer to a tenant who is in possession of the residential real property; or 382. (14) a transfer of special declarant rights under section 515B.3-104. 383. MN STATUTES 144.496: RADON AWARENESS ACT 384. The seller disclosure requirements of MN Statute 144.496 DO NOT apply to (1)-(9) and (11)-(14) above. Sellers 385. of newly constructed residential property must comply with the disclosure requirements of MN Statute 144.496. 386. Waiver: The written disclosure required under sections 513.52 to 513.60 may be waived if Seller and the 387. prospective Buyer agree in writing. Waiver of the disclosure required under sections 513.52 to 513.60 does not 388. waive, limit, or abridge any obligation for seller disclosure created by any other law. 389. No Duty to Disclose: 390. (A) There is no duty to disclose the fact that the property 391. (1) is or was occupied by an owner or occupant who is or was suspected to be infected with Human 392. Immunodeficiency Virus or diagnosed with Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; 393. (2) was the site of a suicide, accidental death, natural death, or perceived paranormal activity; or 394. (3) is located in a neighborhood containing any adult family home, community-based residential facility, or 395. nursing home. 396. (B) Predatory Offenders. There is no duty to disclose information regarding an offender who is required to 397. register under MN Statute 243.166 or about whom notification is made under that section, if Seller, in a timely 398. manner, provides a written notice that information about the predatory offender registry and persons registered 399. with the registry may be obtained by contacting the local law enforcement agency where the property is 400. located or the Department of Corrections. 401. (C) The provisions in paragraphs (A) and (B) do not create a duty to disclose any facts described in paragraphs 402. (A) and (B) for property that is not residential property. 403. (D) Inspections. 404. (1) Except as provided in paragraph (2), Seller is not required to disclose information relating to the real 405. property if a written report that discloses the information has been prepared by a qualified third party 406. and provided to the prospective buyer. For purposes of this paragraph, “qualified third party” means a 407. federal, state, or local governmental agency, or any person whom Seller or prospective buyer reasonably 408. believes has the expertise necessary to meet the industry standards of practice for the type of inspection 409. or investigation that has been conducted by the third party in order to prepare the written report. 410. (2) Seller shall disclose to the prospective buyer material facts known by Seller that contradict any information 411. included in a written report under paragraph (1) if a copy of the report is provided to Seller. MN:DS:SPDS-9 (8/16)

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DISCLOSURE STATEMENT: SELLER’S PROPERTY DISCLOSURE STATEMENT 412. Page 10

413.

THE INFORMATION DISCLOSED IS GIVEN TO THE BEST OF SELLER’S KNOWLEDGE.

18165 Irvine Lane

Lakeville

MN 55044

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414. Property located at

415. S. SELLER’S STATEMENT: 416.

(To be signed at time of listing.)

417. Seller(s) hereby states the facts as stated above are true and accurate and authorizes any licensee(s)representing 418. or assisting any party(ies) in this transaction to provide a copy of this Disclosure Statement to any person or entity 419. in connection with any actual or anticipated sale of the property. A seller may provide this Disclosure Statement 420. to a real estate licensee representing or assisting a prospective buyer. The Disclosure Statement provided to the 421. real estate licensee representing or assisting a prospective buyer is considered to have been provided to the 422. prospective buyer. If this Disclosure Statement is provided to the real estate licensee representing or assisting the 423. prospective buyer, the real estate licensee must provide a copy to the prospective buyer. 424. Seller is obligated to continue to notify Buyer in writing of any facts that differ from the facts disclosed 425. here (new or changed) of which Seller is aware that could adversely and significantly affect the Buyer’s 426. use or enjoyment of the property or any intended use of the property that occur up to the time of closing. 427. To disclose new or changed facts, please use the Amendment to Disclosure Statement form.

5/20/2017

5/20/2017

428.

Kevin McGinley

Alaina McGinley

(Seller)

(Date)

(Seller)

(Date)

429. T. BUYER’S ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: 430.

(To be signed at time of purchase agreement.)

431. I/We, the Buyer(s) of the property, acknowledge receipt of this Seller’s Property Disclosure Statement and agree 432. that no representations regarding facts have been made other than those made above. This Disclosure Statement 433. is not a warranty or a guarantee of any kind by Seller or licensee(s) representing or assisting any party in the 434. transaction and is not a substitute for any inspections or warranties the party(ies) may wish to obtain.

435.

The information disclosed is given to the best of Seller’s knowledge.

436.

(Buyer)

(Date)

(Buyer)

(Date)

437. 438.

LISTING BROKER AND LICENSEES MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS HERE AND ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONDITIONS EXISTING ON THE PROPERTY.

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2. MINNESOTA LAW REQUIRES that early in any relationship, real estate brokers or salespersons discuss with 3. consumers what type of agency representation or relationship they desire. (1) The available options are listed below.This 4. is not a contract. This is an agency disclosure form only. If you desire representation you must enter into a 5. written contract, according to state law (a listing contract or a buyer/tenant representation contract). Until such time 6. as you choose to enter into a written contract for representation, you will be treated as a customer and will not receive 7. any representation from the broker or salesperson. The broker or salesperson will be acting as a Facilitator (see 8. paragraph IV on page two (2)), unless the broker or salesperson is representing another party, as described below. 9. ACKNOWLEDGMENT: I/We acknowledge that I/we have been presented with the below-described options. 10. I/We understand that until I/we have signed a representation contract, I/we am/are not represented by the 11. broker/salesperson. I/We understand that written consent is required for a dual agency relationship.

THIS IS A DISCLOSURE ONLY, NOT A CONTRACT FOR REPRESENTATION.

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13.

(Signature)

(Date)

(Signature)

(Date)

14. I. Seller’s/Landlord’s Broker: A broker who lists a property, or a salesperson who is licensed to the listing broker, 15. represents the Seller/Landlord and acts on behalf of the Seller/Landlord. A Seller’s/Landlord’s broker owes to 16. the Seller/Landlord the fiduciary duties described on page two (2). (2) The broker must also disclose to the Buyer 17. material facts as defined in MN Statute 82.68, Subd. 3, of which the broker is aware that could adversely and 18. significantly affect the Buyer’s use or enjoyment of the property. (MN Statute 82.68, Subd. 3 does not apply to 19. rental/lease transactions.) If a broker or salesperson working with a Buyer/Tenant as a customer is representing the 20. Seller/Landlord, he or she must act in the Seller’s/Landlord’s best interest and must tell the Seller/Landlord any 21. information disclosed to him or her, except confidential information acquired in a facilitator relationship (see paragraph 22. IV on page two (2)). In that case, the Buyer/Tenant will not be represented and will not receive advice and counsel 23. from the broker or salesperson. 24. II. Buyer’s/Tenant’s Broker: A Buyer/Tenant may enter into an agreement for the broker or salesperson to represent 25. and act on behalf of the Buyer/Tenant.The broker may represent the Buyer/Tenant only, and not the Seller/Landlord, 26. even if he or she is being paid in whole or in part by the Seller/Landlord. A Buyer’s/Tenant’s broker owes to the 27. Buyer/Tenant the fiduciary duties described on page two (2). (2) The broker must disclose to the Buyer material facts 28. as defined in MN Statute 82.68, Subd. 3, of which the broker is aware that could adversely and significantly affect 29. the Buyer’s use or enjoyment of the property. (MN Statute 82.68, Subd. 3 does not apply to rental/lease transactions.) 30. If a broker or salesperson working with a Seller/Landlord as a customer is representing the Buyer/Tenant, he or 31. she must act in the Buyer’s/Tenant’s best interest and must tell the Buyer/Tenant any information disclosed to him 32. or her, except confidential information acquired in a facilitator relationship (see paragraph IV on page two (2)). In 33. that case, the Seller/Landlord will not be represented and will not receive advice and counsel from the broker or 34. salesperson. 35. III. Dual Agency - Broker Representing both Seller/Landlord and Buyer/Tenant: Dual agency occurs when one 36. broker or salesperson represents both parties to a transaction, or when two salespersons licensed to the same 37. broker each represent a party to the transaction. Dual agency requires the informed consent of all parties, and 38. means that the broker and salesperson owe the same duties to the Seller/Landlord and the Buyer/Tenant. This 39. role limits the level of representation the broker and salesperson can provide, and prohibits them from acting 40. exclusively for either party. In a dual agency, confidential information about price, terms and motivation for pursuing 41. a transaction will be kept confidential unless one party instructs the broker or salesperson in writing to disclose 42. specific information about him or her. Other information will be shared. Dual agents may not advocate for one party 43. to the detriment of the other. (3) 44. Within the limitations described above, dual agents owe to both Seller/Landlord and Buyer/Tenant the fiduciary 45. duties described below. (2) Dual agents must disclose to Buyers material facts as defined in MN Statute 82.68, Subd. 46. 3, of which the broker is aware that could adversely and significantly affect the Buyer’s use or enjoyment of the 47. property. (MN Statute 82.68, Subd. 3 does not apply to rental/lease transactions.)

I have had the opportunity to review the “Notice Regarding Predatory Offender Information” on

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(initial)

(initial)

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51. IV. Facilitator: A broker or salesperson who performs services for a Buyer/Tenant, a Seller/Landlord or both but 52. does not represent either in a fiduciary capacity as a Buyer’s/Tenant’s Broker, Seller’s/Landlord’s Broker or Dual 53. Agent. THE FACILITATORBROKEROR SALESPERSONDOES NOT OWE ANY PARTY ANYOFTHE FIDUCIARY 54. DUTIES LISTED BELOW, EXCEPT CONFIDENTIALITY, UNLESS THOSE DUTIES ARE INCLUDED IN A 55. WRITTEN FACILITATOR SERVICES AGREEMENT. The facilitator broker or salesperson owes the duty of 56. confidentiality to the party but owes no other duty to the party except those duties required by law or contained in 57. a written facilitator services agreement, if any. In the event a facilitator broker or salesperson working with a Buyer/ 58. Tenant shows a property listed by the facilitator broker or salesperson, then the facilitator broker or salesperson 59. must act as a Seller’s/Landlord’s Broker (see paragraph I on page one (1)). In the event a facilitator broker or 60. salesperson, working with a Seller/Landlord, accepts a showing of the property by a Buyer/Tenant being represented 61. by the facilitator broker or salesperson, then the facilitator broker or salesperson must act as a Buyer’s/Tenant’s 62. Broker (see paragraph III on page one (1)). 63. (1) This disclosure is required by law in any transaction involving property occupied or intended to be occupied by 64. one to four families as their residence. 65. (2) The fiduciary duties mentioned above are listed below and have the following meanings: 66. Loyalty - broker/salesperson will act only in client(s)’ best interest. 67. Obedience - broker/salesperson will carry out all client(s)’ lawful instructions. 68. Disclosure - broker/salesperson will disclose to client(s) all material facts of which broker/salesperson has knowledge 69. which might reasonably affect the client(s)’ use and enjoyment of the property. 70. Confidentiality - broker/salesperson will keep client(s)’ confidences unless required by law to disclose specific 71. information (such as disclosure of material facts to Buyers). 72. Reasonable Care - broker/salesperson will use reasonable care in performing duties as an agent. 73. Accounting - broker/salesperson will account to client(s) for all client(s)’ money and property received as agent. (3) If Seller(s)/Landlord(s) elect(s) not to agree to a dual agency relationship, Seller(s)/Landlord(s) may give up the 75. opportunity to sell/lease the property to Buyer(s)/Tenant(s) represented by the broker/salesperson. If Buyer(s)/ 76. Tenant(s) elect(s) not to agree to a dual agency relationship, Buyer(s)/Tenant(s) may give up the opportunity to 77. purchase/lease properties listed by the broker. 74.

78. NOTICE REGARDING PREDATORY OFFENDER INFORMATION: Information regarding the predatory offender 79. registry and persons registered with the predatory offender registry under MN Statute 243.166 may be 80. obtained by contacting the local law enforcement offices in the community where the property is located, 81. or the Minnesota Department of Corrections at (651) 361-7200, or from the Department of CorrectionsWeb site at 82. www.corr.state.mn.us.

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