Clean lines and rustic simplicity combine on the home’s facade, made up of rustic cedar stone elements, and floor-to-ceiling glass to complement the surrounding nature and take in the views of Lake Minnetonka.
Custom cabinetry, natural stone, porcelain tile work, and white oak floors flow throughout the open floor plan that allows for continuous views of the lake.
The expansive great room still feels intimate and cozy with the addition of a gas fireplace flanked by built-ins to hold books and knick-knacks.
Space for gathering abounds on the main level, from the kitchen island to the dining room to the wood deck accessible through sliding patio doors.
Off the three-car garage, a mudroom offers a bench, hooks, and cubbies to keep jackets and shoes organized.
On the upper level, square footage is divided amongst four bedrooms and two offices, a layout that speaks to today’s work-from-home culture.
Features like a steam shower and balcony overlooking the lake create an escape for the homeowners in the primary suite.
The lower-level screen porch — complete with a gas fireplace and retractable Phantom Screens — flows out to the patio and finished boathouse, conducive to lakeside entertaining and days spent in the water.
Inside the lower level, there are just as many opportunities for leisure and recreation, thanks to an exercise room and sauna, a bunk room, and a media room with easy access to food and beverages and the snack station and bar.
A lake entry bathroom on the lower level conveniently includes a tile shower, bench with hooks, and stacked washer and dryer to rinse off and change clothes after a day on the water.