When we left Blair House in 2009, it was to go to Wheelock Woods. It is a wonderful 1962 mid-century modern gem of a place. We worked on it from 4 years and I think we stayed really true to its roots and its bones. But it is a lot of house and, at the time, all the major house systems were reaching the end of their original life expectancy. In many ways, it had been a stretch to own, but it was a dreamy house. An "up north cabin" in the heart of the Twin Cities, a tree house firmly attached to the ground. We were lucky to have it for a time but the time came to let it go.
So our friend Roberta came and took some wonderful pictures of the place for us and I stitched together a little video when we put it on the market. Enjoy! (And blow it up to full screen, for crying out loud...)