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Fresh off of signing a contract with the Twins worth at least $200 million, Carlos Correa is making himself at home in Minnesota.

A certificate of real estate value filed in Minnesota this past month, first reported by the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal, confirms that the Twins shortstop has bought a $7.5 million home in Orono.

The 9,475 sq. ft. home on Heritage Lane is set on a 2.19 acre estate, with Correa now one of the few residents to have property on the shore of Orono's exclusive Tanager Lake, which is separated by Shoreline Drive from Browns Bay on Lake Minnetonka.

The estate comes with 225 feet of east-facing shoreline and a 5-bed, 7-bath home built in 2020.

Here's the description from the previous listing: 

"An exceptionally thoughtful design to maintain an everyday relationship with the lake while ensuring privacy for the owners. The transitional style embraces the natural light and views with warm yet modern design accents. A perfect blend of indoor & outdoor living amenities geared towards a year-round experience. Security gate, 6 car garage, full smart home technology, permanent dock, Orono schools! Avoid the new construction nuances, start enjoying the lake life this summer!"

After initially agreeing $300 million-plus contracts with the San Francisco Giants and the New York Mets only to see both deals fall apart due to concerns raised during a physical, Correa signed a deal to return to the Twins, where he spent the 2022 season.

From the Twins he gets a guaranteed six-year contract worth $200 million, but that could grow to ten years and $270 million.