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Absolutely stunning French Country home nestled on Prior Lake

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This stunning French Country home was built by John Kraemer & Sons, located on Prior Lake, an exurban city 20 miles southwest of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rauscher & Associates were responsible for making all of the interior selections throughout this incredibly designed home. Continue below to see the rest of this inspiring home tour…

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Above: The exterior facade of this French Country home features a blend of stones sourced from Metro Stoneworks in Minnesota.

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What We Love: This French Country home is such perfection, the macro and micro details all work so well together. An inviting exterior facade beckons you inside where a spacious layout offers warm and comfortable living spaces. Large windows frame sweeping views overall this home’s tranquil lakeside setting. 

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall design of this home? Are there any details that you would change if this were your home? Please share your thoughts in the Comments below!

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Above: The exquisite flooring is Walnut, with a French bleed.

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Above: Beautiful French doors from Marvin Windows and Doors lead out of an expansive balcony overlooking Prior Lake.

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Above: In the kitchen, the custom cabinets were all distressed and finished in a custom glazing done by Porter Design Works in Minnesota. The countertops are granite, called “Astoria.” The beautiful flooring is a hand-scraped Walnut floor, with a French bleed, completely custom. 

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Above: The range hood is a Scagliola stone hood from Francois & Co.

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Above: The island and perimeter cabinetry were custom glazes. The island was color-matched, faux painted and distressed to match the dining room table. The perimeter cabinets were custom distressed and glazed to match a photo the homeowner liked.

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Above: In the sunroom of this French Country home, the fireplace mantel was sourced from Francois & Co. Grounding this space is a gorgeous area rug by Feizy.

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Above: In this cozy guest bedroom, the wall paint color is Benjamin Moore 2063-10 Old Navy. 

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Above: This beautiful staircase features a Walnut railing, with a custom-blended stain to match a sample approved by the homeowner. 

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Above: The backsplash tile features a tile that looks like wood.

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Photos: Spacecrafting / Architectural Photography

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8 months ago

i would think that a la cornue range would have worked better with this style of kitchen than a wolf range.

Susan Sasso
7 months ago

A stunning home. I would have put a pot filler over the stove. I love the walnut floors, very different.