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There’s a reason these homes are still around after 100 years.

The United States is a melting pot of many things, cultures, food types, fashion styles, but especially architecture. All across the country there are neighborhoods where a Victorian home sits next to a ranch next to a Colonial. But one of the most evergreen and persisting style in American architecture is the Craftsman. Named for those who build houses, furniture, and goods by hand and with care, the Craftsman style was design to honor the makers rather than the machines of the Industrial Revolution.

Learn what a Craftsman home is by clicking on this link!

 

Photo of one of Rod Helm’s listings in Minneapolis, MN