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They lead to sleeping lofts that seem to have been added for children...And whatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s that ladder above the desk in #15?
Zillow only has a fraction of the photos that the "Spacecrafting" site has... I tried the SC site on Chrome, Safari, and Firefox on my (updated) Mac and they all work, so maybe its a cookies or firewall setting that's blocking it for you guys?
I notice they've also done a good job hiding a ductless mini split system... Picture #39 on the Spacecrafting site you can see a built-in vent above the closet door.
(The specific photo isn't linking or hostable either.... Clunky stuff)
A quick tour of the neighborhood via Google Street View yielded these scenes. The house immediately to the west of Neils has a prominent red-tiled hipped roof,
while other nearby houses exhibit a variety of styles with no cohesive theme.
Perhaps the most notable feature of these streets is the lush vegetation . . .
Perhaps the most interesting local house is found several doors west of the subject property.
Traveling east from there, toward the Neils house:
Immediately across the street from Neils is this charmless box:
About-face, continuing to the intersection with Burnham Rd, and a bit east from there:
W A Storrer's photo is taken from just the same angle as the Sotheby's photo, but from further away. The new photo presents a unique image of the house and its roof.
This is the first I've heard of a mezzanine space. A ladder can be seen in a bedroom photo. It turns out to be a suspended bed platform. I wonder when that was constructed.
https://www.dwell.com/article/minneapol ... e-a8391589
How I wish I had $3.4M to spare. Beautiful house in the very best neighborhood in The Cities east of Lake Minnetonka.
The 42-inch wide doors to the terrace are a nice median between the usual narrower french doors, and patio sliders ?
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