Built in 1941, this home was designed by Magnus Jemne, a well-known Minnesota architect, who also designed the St. Paul Women’s Club in downtown St. Paul. Best known for his commercial architecture, this rare residential project is a piece of history. Our challenge was to improve the home’s amenities, while preserving its period character.
In this unique home design, the kitchen shares the lower level with the family room. With professional stainless steel appliances, inset cabinet doors and drawers, and an oversized central island, the contemporary farmhouse kitchen is connected to the family room by an open wall.
Throughout the house all new mechanicals improve air quality, enhance comfort, and will extend the life of this home – hopefully for another 70 years!