The Adolf Ronning House on Lake Nokomis

Recently listed for sale is a beautiful Spanish Revival home built in 1930 by Adolf Ronning. It was designed by Arthur Dahlstrom with input from Mrs. Hildur Ronning and reflects the Swedish and Norwegian heritage shared by the original owners. Sitting across the designated parkland on Lake Nokomis, the 3 city lot site rests on a natural ridge overlooking the lake.

The home features Tulip designs throughout the home, and none can be better seen then the two sets of Tulip Doors that grace the formal dining room and front living room. Hand cut from one tree, the doors are made of American Black Walnut and are hand rubbed oil, just like they were 80 years ago.

Offered at $1,069,000, the home offers lake living on Lake Nokomis, at a fraction of the cost of a home located at Lake of the Isles. To view more photos and learn historical information about the house, please visit .

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condo rentals blog October 3, 2008 at 4:53 am

Elegant house but it looks scary. I don’t know why. heheheh

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