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Enchanting stone house, an idyllic haven overlooking Lake Minnetonka


traditional stone house exterior

This charming stone cottage Murphy & Co Designspoke secretly from afar, Minnetonka, Lake Minnesota. The owner wanted a gardener's country house with lots of charm and warmth. This idyllic escape offers 1,545 square feet of living space on a plot of land adjacent to the main residence. It was designed to reflect the fine architectural details of this building.

For this reason, the project team has brought stone, stucco and raw wood into bold and rustic architectural forms and with the help of a stepped slate roof conveyed the feeling of being at home with a view of the lake behind the cozy, hut-like residence.

Project team: Architect: Murphy & Co Design | Contractor: Thomas Bren Homes | Interior design: Willis Watts (Atlanta, GA) | Landscape Architect: Brian Butterfield

traditional stone house exterior

Over: A view of the zookeeper's workshop wrapped in stone and waney wood. Hand-cut stone consoles surround the corner window on the first floor, while elegant stone consoles surround the entrance.

traditional stone house exterior

Over: Historical iron guides, stone finishes, difficult-vaulted wooden lintels and lanterns with gas flames complete the keeper's workshop.

traditional stone country house entrance

Our beloved ones: This charming stone house offers a quiet place to welcome overnight guests for rest and relaxation. We love the architectural beauty of the outside, from the stonework to the cornices to the gas lanterns. We can imagine how lovely this house will be in the evening! The master bedroom with its own balcony offers panoramic views of the lake, the great place to enjoy the sunrise and sunset over the water.

Tell us: Would this be your top idea for a seaside retreat to relax and reflect? Let us cognize in the comments!

Note: Check out some other great home tours we at One Kindesign have from the architects' portfolio: Visit this absolutely stunning French country house in South Dakota and The shingle-style lakehouse provides a peaceful northern Minnesota retreat..

traditional stone country house

Over: Lead glass servers and coarsely cut beveled wood provide a balanced mix of formality and comfort for guests.

traditional stone kitchen

Over: French doors open to the shores of Lake Minnetonka, just 40 yards from the kitchen.

traditional stone kitchen

Over: Iron island and hand-painted handmade wall tiles specially made by Adex.

traditional stone kitchen

Over: Hanging iron and glass shelves and window walls invite you to go outside.

Home kitchen made of traditional stone

Over: Hand trowel plaster Tudor belt.

Living room from traditional stone hut

Over: Wooden beamed living room with a view of the curved staircase hall behind.

traditional stone hut stairs

Over: Entrance stair hall with a curved plastered ceiling and walls with deeply recessed lead windows.

traditional stone hut

Over: The upper corridor was opened with daylight and skylights.

traditional stone house bedroom

Over: A vaulted wooden ceiling directs the focus to Juliet's balcony behind it.

traditional stone house roof terrace

Over: A wide, stepped slate roof folds into wood veneer.

traditional stone house exterior

Over: The Juliet balcony off the master suite has a vaulted stone porch. The three-tier diamond fireplace has a base that houses a wood store for the nearby fireplace.

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