For sale: House in Stillwater, MN

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DavidC
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For sale: House in Stillwater, MN

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DRN
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The Stillwater address and some interior detailing, particularly in the kitchen and screen porch, remind me of Kelly Davis.

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Mm. All very suave. The undressed posts and beams might be a bit out of place; there isn't enough of that, along with the coarse bricks, to hold their own against all the glossy millwork ?

The bold exterior forms are similarly suggestive of agricultural building types, maybe. Wright's Morse Code fenestration -- alternating longs and shorts -- is readily identifiable.

SDR

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