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You'll want to see this "Leech Lake Entry" house, it's beautiful design and location make it one of those houses you won't be able to stop thinking about. This Leech Lake house doesn't miss a detail outside or inside of the perfect design.
This Leech Lake home has rustic wood finishings, and furniture throughout. The front patio, and wooden walkway to the lake take the house to a whole new level. Inside there is a bunk room for sleeping, master bedroom, and another bedroom with built in bed, so there is lots of room for guests. The stone fireplace in the living area is beyond amazing, and gives the house a beautiful quality and feeling. The landscaping outside couldn't be any better with lots of trees, its location on the lake, and the green, green grass lawn, perfect for endless days spent outside. Leech lake is the perfect setting for this exceptional house. You'll want to take a look at this beautiful house for yourself.
Leech Lake is a lake located in north central Minnesota, United States. It is southeast of Bemidji, located mainly within the Leech Lake Indian Reservation, and completely within the Chippewa National Forest. It is used as a reservoir. The lake is the third largest in Minnesota, and covers just over 102,947.83 acres, has 195 miles of shoreline, and has a maximum depth of 156 feet.
Land's End Development takes pride in creating beautiful, efficient, and purposeful structures. They create custom homes that not only reflect the owners’ personalities, needs, and wants, but meet their high standards of functionality as well. It is their goal to make sure that their client’s satisfaction is met each and every time. As fourth generation builders, Matt and Jeff Balmer have spent much of their lives being around residential construction. Some of their earliest memories are playing in sand piles at job sites while their parents were meeting with clients or doing a final clean-up. While in college, they chose to take a different paths and founded a company that manufactured custom rustic furniture and architectural home details. Through that experience of working with clients, interior designers, architects, and craftsmen, they learned that quality, creativity, value, and service all play an integral part of any truly remarkable company. These are the four values that have defined this company and who we are today. By 2003, Matt and Jeff had grown their rustic furniture company to one of the largest in the nation. But with that success came the daily obligations of running a business, which left them less and less time for the creative side of things where their passion lies. They made the decision to sell their company and go back to their roots where they could be creative and hands on once again. This is when they would decide to dive into crafting amazing homes.
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