Located in an established neighborhood in the South-West Suburbs of Minneapolis, this home streamlines the forms of East-cost shingle style architecture, but stays true to its historical color and material pallets. It has a quite tradition exterior and interior design elements but the open floor plan was developed to allow owners to have contemporary living and entertaining lifestyle. The plan also promotes beautiful views and open circulation to the outdoors. Like most traditional house designs there is the touch of the luxury in the interior design. Big rooms which catch a lot of natural light and expensive surfaces like marble ones leaves a good impression on everybody who visits the house.