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1. Juliet balcony. The second-story French doors and balcony mimic the design on the front of the house. 2. Wraparound Porch. Arched openings and straight pickets are classic touches that add a graceful rhythm. 3. A wall of glass. Lots of windows and doors help connect the indoor and outdoor spaces.
Loft with Balcony
Old Highland, Minneapolis, Minnesota The Houses Most are 2,500- to 3,000-square-foot Queen Annes, Prairie-styles, and Craftsmans constructed from the late 1800s to early 1900s. While prices for restored houses were reaching the $300,000 range during the housing boom, you can now get one for as little as $150,000, while fixer-uppers can be had for as little as $40,000.