Star Tribune photo by Kelly Smith

Star Tribune photo by Kelly Smith

An unnamed buyer paid $2.3 million for Josh Hartnett's south Minneapolis house, which closed on June 10, according to a certificate of real estate value recently made public. After hitting the market in January for $2.395 the deal went pending in early February - an enviable market time for an upper-bracket house, which can linger on the market for years.

The buyer is listed as LakeView Properties, a LLC with an Avenue of the Americas addresss in New York City. Public docs show the buyer made a $575,000 down payment.

In 2002 Hartnett paid $2.395 million for the house, which had a 2014 estimated market value of $2,266,500. The fully restored, 5,000 square-foot, Victorian-style house was built in 1887 and has four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and a finished third floor.

The Smith + Roffers team at Lakes Sotheby's International Realty had the listing.

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