If ever there was a “perfect” lake house, this might be it. Charming details, fabulous views and special features abound in this 3,655 square foot home. With its L-shaped “footprint” and engaging trim details, the exterior beckons a closer look inside. Once indoors, the entry area takes in fabulous views of the great room, dining area, hearth room. The two+ story-high great room is designed to take advantage of the views and light, with symmetrical windows from front to rear, framed by a series of similarly shaped decorative beams. The hearth room, on a 45-degree angle, was designed to mimic the wonderful historical architecture of a famous outdoor band shell in Minneapolis. . The kitchen freely interacts with these living areas and includes a snack island with upper display cabinetry to converse with guests while keeping them out of the kitchen without being told! A second island is for food prep, complete with vegetable sink and storage baskets below. A "Skullery" next to the kitchen houses specialty plates and silver apart from the everyday wares kept in the kitchen. There is a second dishwasher in the skullery, and display cabinetry, as well as a pass-through from the kitchen and a separate window for sunlight. Nestled away from these active areas is the owners suite, complete with the expected amenities. Upstairs, two guest suites abide under the dormers front and rear to feel like a turn of the previous century cottage. Centered between the secondary bedrooms, a loft overlooks the great room and offers expansive views of the outdoors through generous windows. One of the most intriguing areas of the home is the bonus room above the garage, where four "bunkhouses" were designed to perfectly fit a twin bed within the dormer, complete with bookshelves, reading lights and curtains to draw closed just like a train berth.
|Total Living Area:||3655 sq ft|
|Main Living Area:||2500 sq ft|
|Upper Living Area:||1155 sq ft|
|Bonus Area:||835 sq ft|
|Garage Area:||900 sq ft|
|Number of Stories:||2|
|Max Ridge Height:||28' from Front Door Floor Level|
|Primary Roof Pitch:||0|
|Roof Framing:||Truss and/or Stick|
|1st Floor Master:||Yes|
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