This lake-front house in Minnesota may have been built in 2002, but it was designed with traditional Craftsman style. Their attention to detail with the woodwork is amazing. You just don’t see a lot of new houses that look like this.
The house has about 4,000 square feet and 3 stories.
The agent with Edina Realty says:
An authentic Arts & Crafts jewel in which every elevation and every room is replete with period design & detail. Park-like grounds on premier shoreline on the west side of Gull Lake. This national award-winning home was designed by architect Paul Hirst of Oldham Hirst Design and painstakingly constructed in 2001 by Nor-Son; the premier builder of the Brainerd Lakes Area.”
“Every elevation and every room is replete with period design, details and fixtures such as columned porches, handcrafted oil-rubbed bronze chandeliers, quarter-sawn oak paneling and cabinets, and stained glass and tile art mosaics. Truly in a class of its own.”
I’ve always dreamed of having a lake house. If I did, I’d want a sunroom and lots of porches with views of the water like this house has.
Only steps to the water…
P.S. Does Gull Lake make anyone else think of Gull Cottage or is it just me? 🙂