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c.1893 Queen Anne Revival Restored & Expanded by David Heide Design Studio Lists for $2.15M (PHOTOS)

c.1893 Queen Anne Revival Restored & Expanded by David Heide Design Studio Lists for $2.15M (PHOTOS)

c.1893 Queen Anne Revival Restored & Expanded by David Heide Design Studio Lists for $2.15M (PHOTOS)
August 16
13:32 2018

c.1893 Queen Anne Revival Restored & Expanded by David Heide Design Studio Lists for $2.15M

2200 Sheridan Avenue S, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, 55405

A highly admired Queen Anne Revival home in Minneapolis’ historic Kenwood neighbourhood is shining again following a total restoration and expansion by David Heide Design Studio. The historic home last sold in 2005 for $995,000 and has just come back on the market for $2,150,000. Designed by architect Harry Wild Jones and built c.1893, the home is set on 9,100 square foot corner lot with detached carriage house and laneway access. There is over 8,400 square feet of space on three and a half stories with both formal and informal spaces, meticulous craftsmanship as well as modern amenities suited for today’s living. Prior to the restoration the home had been converted in a boarding house and had fallen into a state of disrepair with many of the original details deteriorated or altered. David Heide Design Studio restored every room in the main house from the ground up and restored key historic elements, including the original fireplaces, art glass and millwork. The staircase was disassembled and completely rebuilt using as much of the original material as possible. They also added a large addition to the rear of the home which fits effortlessly with the original structure. There are 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms throughout. It’s on the market for $2,150,000 with Michael Wille. 

 

©2007 Susan Gilmore

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