This smaller site is being used to its full potential. Similar in design to the home we built last year on Lake Harriet, this home is very open on the mail level. Tuck under garage and large lower level. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms on the upper level. This home takes great advantage of the wonderful views of Lake of the Isles in MInneapolis. More to come!
This home will serve as our 2011 Fall Remodelers Showcase, Parade home. This home was originally built in 1988 but has been fully remodeled, landscaped – it’s essentially a new home. Geothermal heating was added as well as cutting edge energy efficient insulation.
A front porch anr d expansive read deck were added to the home. Inside, the entire main floor features rift and quartered oak flooring with a worn, washed finish. Reclaimed timbers were used to maintain the country feel in the great room. 2 wood burning fireplaces – one clad in chilton limestone, the other in reclaimed chicago brick. Marble countertops in the kitchen as well as a maple butcher block top on the island. 2 powder rooms on the main level, as well as the master and an office / nursery. 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms downstairs.
JeldWen windows. Wolf, Sub Zero appliances. Rohl Plumbing fixtures. Restoration hardware knobs & fixtures.
4000 Sq. Ft. 6.5 acres, 800+ feet of lakeshore on a private lake!
This home is for sale – e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Stonewood was recently featured in the national publication, Luxury Home Quarterly.
Check out the article Download a PDF of the Article. If you have not seen it before, Luxury Home Quarterly is a great resource for products, design ideas, and info on Luxury home building around the country and in the Midwest.
And a good time was had by all…
Thanks for all who attended.
Come check out our most recent Parade home in Linden Hills. It’ll be open for tours for the next 3 weekends – Thursday through Sunday, 12:00 – 6:00 PM.
4002 Queen Avenue South.
This traditional city home has thus far been well received. It’s a Parade favorite and we’ve seen many visitors return with family and friends for another visit.
The 5th, often forgotten wall, the ceiling is often the key to making a room feel complete and cohesive in design. This concept was well understood by our client. They had recently moved back to Minnesota from a few years living in Paris. High ceilings, tall multi-part crown, beams, applied moldings were critical elements of their home’s design.
Check back to: 220.127.116.11 for more photos in the coming weeks.
The owners of this home wanted to create a home with a timeless feel. They didn’t want to be the new house on the block. They wanted period design, traditional details, mixed with modern technology. They wanted to downsize.
They had lived on this property for over thirty years and had decided to build their dream retirement home. The new home incorporates an abundance of architectural details, geothermal heating and cooling, infloor heating, amazing fireplaces by Isokern and FMI, Wolf & Sub-Zero appliances, and fits in to the neighborhood like it has been there for 30+ years… Unfortunately, they had so much fun building their new home, they ‘downsized’ from 3200 sq ft to 5500 sq ft…
We met all but one of their goals….
One my all time favorite homes is for sale! 847 Tonkawa Road, Orono, MN.
This architecturally designed home is approx. 7800 sq ft. & has amazing views of North Arm bay of lake Minnetonka. Designed by Kathy Alexander, this was our 2006 Luxury Home Tour entry.
See more on George Stickney’s site Link
18′ ceilings, 3 point line, awesome! Every kid should have one of these in their new home. 75% of the homes we built last year had some recreational space beneath the garage. This is a cost effective way to add 600-1000 sq. ft. to a new home. sportcourt.com
Gotta love Marvin windows ability to make windows that set our homes apart from the ordinary! Marvin Windows
This home will be featured in the 2010 fall Parade of Homes™. Super energy efficient technology. Geothermal. Infloor heat throughout…. Check it out this September.