Nestled in the special Hesse Farm neighborhood with one of the few lots offering access to Bluff Creek by foot. The home was custom built to include numerous reclaimed treasures from the past. The stained glass front door from Scotland leads into the open spindled staircase recovered from an 1880 Mpls hotel. The living room mantlepiece is solid black walnut from a Mpls mansion. The doors/trim throughout the home, including the pocket door and French doors off the bedroom were reclaimed from an Elliot Park Duplex in Mpls. This home was constructed with energy efficiency and permanence in mind. The exterior walls are block - insulation - brick with floors of precast concrete. The North porch facing the woods can be used year round. The garage is equipped with a south facing Trombe wall that will passively warm the garage throughout the winter. This inspiring home is perfect for anyone with a passion for repurposed material, energy efficiency and sustainable construction.