The land: 11.5 acres with 460 feet of St. Croix River shoreline

Main house: Made by combining two historic log homes, the 1874-square-foot structure includes two bedrooms, a woodstove and a sprawling porch.

Guesthouse: A turn-of-the-century log cabin with 690 square feet of space.

Studio: Built in 1994, this 1,592-square-foot building has 20-foot ceilings in the main room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a pool table room and bedroom/office.

Office: A 15-by-15-foot building with built-in bookshelves and a desk. Keillor used this as his writing studio and when he wrote "Wobegon Boy."

Listing agents: Joyce and Ralph Peterson, Coldwell Banker Burnet.