Welcome to this timeless, two-story colonial home located in Edina's highly desirable Country Club District. Built in 1930 this house is American Colonial Revival with Federal Revival influence*. Located on a quiet, picturesque, tree lined street in the Brown section of The Country Club District. This is a family friendly neighborhood.
You will want to live in the three-season porch as much as possible in the summer. It is fun, comfortable, and relaxing being in the yard with nature, but with all the comforts of the house. In winter, unwind in the living room sitting in front of the fire. Enjoy a cocktail conversation or just relax with the TV, music, or a good read.
You will love to cook in the beautiful gourmet kitchen. Everything is within easy reach and well organized. Observe nature outside the window, chat with people in the next rooms, and you can hear the timer go off, from the porch or other rooms. These days we all spend a lot of time in the home office. This space is very roomy, light, and comfortable. The laundry room is bright and clean with room to hang and fold clothes. The laundry chute is so handy.
Enjoy working in the gardens, raising lots beautiful flowers and a nice crop of produce. This is such a charming neighborhood for an after-dinner walk. Frequent destinations are the mill pond, Utley Park, or to the shops on France Ave. This home is in a great location, close to parks, excellent schools, shopping, restaurants and entertainment. Just blocks from downtown Edina and a short drive to Southdale Mall. Only 8 miles to downtown Minneapolis and a 15 minute drive to MOA.
* Source: National Register of Historic Placed Inventory, Nomination 1982
During this pandemic, we need to reduce the number of people that walk-through the house. We sanitize the house before the first showing of the day but need to lower the chances of contamination further by allowing fewer people to enter. This website attempts to provide the kind of insight that most people would get from a quick walk-through. This should give most potential buyers enough information so that they will only seek an appointment to see the house if they are seriously interested in possibly purchasing it.