Edina Stable Renovation

A dilapidated complex of abandoned outbuildings was transformed into a guest house/entertainment space. The bucolic setting belies a suburban location.
Restored Stalls
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The origianl stall doors were restored and reinstalled. Trap doors to the former hayloft above were preserved. By: Dana Wheelock Photography
Living Area with Balcony
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A portion of the second floor was removed to create a double height living area. Nearly all of the trim was made from wood salvaged from the original structure. By: Dana Wheelock Photography
“look over” — kjbowers
Kitchen Area in Old Stalls
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The old horse stall were conferted to a kitchenette. A refrigerator and dishwasher are integrated into the cabinets. By: Dana Wheelock Photography
“Wood color” — heffina
View of Exterior with Water Feature
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The landscaped grounds compliment the stable complex. The slate roofing was salvaged from the original buildings and re-installed with the addition of matching reclaimed slate as required. By: Dana Wheelock Photography
“Like increasing height towards house” — lblakeway
View from Balcony
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A view from the second floor sitting area. The architect is seen seated on the patio, enjoying the fruits of his labor. By: Dana Wheelock Photography
Looking into the Tack Room
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A view into the restored tack room, now a cozy den with fireplace and built-in bookshelves. The door is original. By: Dana Wheelock Photography
“Door” — joealt
Inside the Old Tack Room
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The old tack room now is a great place to read and relax by the fire. Shallow closets on either side of the door hold more books. By: Dana Wheelock Photography
“Door trim” — Jody Foust
Exterior from the Main House
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The main house sits atop a hill in front of the stable. The double door at the right was the main entrance for hoofed residents - it is now the front door. The tack room is in the wing to the left. By: Dana Wheelock Photography
Exterior View and Entry
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The approach to the stables takes on over a small wooden bridge. The stonework surrounding the arched entry doors is original, but required rebuilding. By: Dana Wheelock Photography
“possible design for Sagewell at Twilight Lane manor event hall” — scnewmoon
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