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A transitional style farmhouse in Minnesota with irresistible living spaces

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David Charlez Designs in collaboration with Homes by Tradition has created this stunning transitional-style farmhouse located in the Wild Lake Estates community of Rosemount, Minnesota. A gorgeous exterior facade features large windows to illuminate the interiors with natural light. Step inside this thoughtfully designed home to find an open and airy floor plan with plenty of functionality for family living.

Highlights of this 6,200 square foot dwelling include five bedrooms and five bathrooms, a two-story vaulted great room, a vaulted screen porch, a main-level owner’s bedroom suite, a pocket office near the owner’s suite, privacy with a custom metal barn door, an upper-level loft/kid’s hang out area, a unique split four-car garage, and an exercise room above the sideload. Continue below to see the rest of this fabulous home tour…

DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECT David Charlez Designs BUILDER Homes by Tradition INTERIOR DESIGNER Homes by Tradition

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What We Love: This transitional-style farmhouse provides a wonderful home that caters to family living with its spacious floor plan and comfortable furnishings. Throughout the light-flooded interiors are warm and comfortable living spaces for family gathering and entertaining. We are especially loving the lower level of this home, it is perfect for entertaining with its media area, home bar, and access to the outdoor patio with a fireplace, TV, and relaxing furnishings encircling a firepit.

Tell Us: What details in this home do you find most inspiring and what would you change if this were your own home? Let us know in the Comments, we enjoy reading your feedback!

Note: Be sure to check out a couple of our favorite home tours that we have highlighted here on One Kindesign by the architects of this home, David Charlez Architects: A delightful Scandinavian modern farmhouse style home in the Midwest and Minnesota home puts a stunning farmhouse twist on modern living.

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Above: The stair runner is the Milliken Carpets Herrington Imagine Greyfell. 

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Above: In this gorgeous living room, the fireplace surround is thin-cut veneer stone sourced from Manor Concrete. It’s a 2″-6″ Eden machine cut with gray mortar.

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Above: In this gorgeous kitchen, highlights include Calacatta Laza Quartz countertops. The light fixtures above the island are the Conical Drum Pendants with White Shade by Rejuvenation. The cabinetry hardware is all Berenson – Brushed Gold.

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Above: In this hard-working, highly functional laundry room, the floor tile is from Rubble Tile – 8″ x 8″ Porcelain Enchante series, Moderno color with Bleached Wood grout. The cabinet paint color is Boothbay Gray HC-165 – Benjamin Moore. The ceramic tile backsplash is Fired Earth Imperial Bianco Glass 4×8. The dimensions of this space are 10′ x 8′ and the ceilings are 10′. It truly is a great size so you have some space to be in the room without feeling tight.

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Above: This pocket office is the perfect spot to be productive while working from home. A window provides plenty of natural light and a view.

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Above: This lower-level family room setup is super functional. The shelving is 48″ wide x 22″ deep. The TV area in the center is 96″.

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Sheyenne
4 months ago

Can I get the house plans?

Naomi Laufers
1 year ago

What is the flooring used? I love it.

Mayra Schäfer
1 year ago

Wonderful living spaces. What I don’t understand, however, is why people keep placing the TV screen just above the fire place.

Rita Henry
1 year ago

Great house. Don’t love the rock fireplace but that’s because I own distinctive mantle designs for 30 years and that’s not my style.