Just Listed: The sprawling 22,000 square-foot house that record producer, James "Jimmy Jam" Harris built on Lake Minnetonka is on the market, and could be the area's next mega tear-down - there's been spate of them lately - because of its unique style/floorplan and prime location on a 3.5-acre lot with 300 feet of Lake Minnetonka shoreline on Hardscrabble Point. The house, which was built in 1991, has a master suite with its own wing of offices, an indoor movie theater and a walk-in shower room.

Harris paid $420,000 for the land in 1987, built the house for $11 million and sold it a year later for $7 million. The house went into foreclosure and is now owned by JP Morgan Chase.

Scott and Candi Stabeck of Edina Realty have the listing. You can take a virtual tour of the house by clicking here.

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Jim Buchta