Arts and Crafts, Prairie in WayzataCraftsman Exterior, Minneapolis
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Builder: John Kraemer & Sons
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7. Anything to Do With Windows Have a close look at your plan and find out whether it’s possible to upgrade the windows or add more. Depending on your city’s bylaws regarding the percentage of glass you can have in correlation with the distance to the property line, your builder may be able to add a couple more windows to your plan or enlarge the ones that are already there. Also, if you like the look of windows with mullions, this may be an upgrade as well.
The stacked-boxes effect is fully realized at the back of the house. The stone was set deep into the earth so that the house appears to “rise up out of the ground as stone,” Kleineman says. With this house, he adds, “it wasn’t about designing big, but about designing well. It represents the homeowners very well.”Browse more homes by style: Apartments | Barn Homes | Colorful Homes | Contemporary Homes | Eclectic Homes | Farmhouses | Floating Homes | Guesthouses | Homes Around the World | Lofts | Midcentury Homes | Modern Homes | Ranch Homes | Small Homes | Townhouses | Traditional Homes | Transitional Homes | Vacation Homes