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Dream Home Tour: A phenomenal rustic Belgian house in Minnesota

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This rustic Belgian house was designed by Rauscher & Associates in collaboration with Carl M. Hansen Companies is located in the Parkwood Knolls neighborhood of Edina, Minnesota. Nestled on a 1.06-acre pond lot, on a cul de sac, this home encompasses 5,781 square feet of living space with five bedrooms and six bathrooms.

Combining industrial chic with old-world timelessness, this exquisite residence will take your breath away. This stunning dream home has a functional open floor plan that is ideal for entertaining and is brimming with custom craftsmanship. Continue below to see the inside of this outstanding home…

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Additional highlights in this home include an oversized, insulated/heated four-car garage, a screen porch with pond views, and a wood-burning fireplace that extends the outdoor living into Fall/Spring. This dwelling also features a Savant smart home automation system that gives personalized control of climate, shades, home theater, whole-home audio, speakers, and lighting.

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What We Love: This rustic Belgian house features a breathtaking two-story exterior facade that welcomes you in through a glass and steel entry. Inside, light-flooded living spaces are warm and inviting thanks to a layering of textures, comfortable furnishings, and wood plank flooring. A screened porch is idyllic for enjoying an indoor-outdoor feel throughout the seasons. We are especially loving the main bedroom with its private balcony and spa-like bathroom.

Tell Us: What features in the design of this home do you find most appealing and what would you change if this was your home? Please share your thoughts with us in the Comments below!

Note: Take a look at another inspiring Belgian-influenced home tour that we have featured here on One Kindesign: Absolutely gorgeous Belgian farmhouse in New Canaan and 

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The custom design seamlessly couples industrial features of a steel beam staircase and exposed concrete walls with traditional beam vaulted ceilings, a stone fireplace, and warm wood floors. On the upper level, there are three ensuite bedrooms along with a laundry room.

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Photos: Courtesy of Carl M. Hansen Companies

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Susan
1 month ago

Window Questions: I really like the house. I notice the exterior windows are black or dark bronze and the interior windows are white… but they both sides have dark grills. Are these windows high profile (31/4″ frame width ) casement windows with interior grills (between the glass)? Or are these casement windows low profile (1 1/4″ frame width? It appears like the grills are flat and less than an inch in depth… thoughts? I like how the window grills are dark and the interior window frames are white. I prefer the “quieter” look of the white windows with dark grills… Read more »

Jackie Collins
2 years ago

I contacted the architect and did not get a reply regarding the stone. Can you please let me know what it is?

Aubry B.
1 year ago
Reply to  Jackie Collins

I believe it’s something in the family of “Quarry Stone”. I’m looking at the same for our new build and this is what I’ve found is closest to what’s pictured. Of course, the colors vary.

christina nelson
1 year ago
Reply to  Jackie Collins

I was wondering the same thing, the closet we found to this stone is called bonneville stone mixed with a 10% cappuccino color we found at Beehive Brick and Stone in Sandy Utah. If that helps any.

Rachel
2 years ago

Can you please tell me the name of the stone on the outside?

Phyllis
2 years ago
Reply to  Rachel

Can you please tell me the name of the exterior stone.

Kim
2 years ago

I was wondering if there’s any way to find out what stone this is. This is exactly what I’ve been looking for!

Diane
2 years ago

What is the exterior color?

Abby
2 years ago

What is this exterior color

Cait
2 years ago

Agreed with marks comment below. The exterior was breathtaking and the interior was lacking warmth and any kind of character. Looked like a Home Depot ad…

Mark
3 years ago

All that grandeur and the kitchen is in the living room, disappointed