SPACES magazine | April/May 2009

A Fine Reflection

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Restoring the gardens and estate of this 100-year old Summit Avenue mansion was a blend of old and new. A reflecting pool had been covered with soil and sod for decades but was brought back to life by Southview Design landscape designers. Working with the Minnesota Historical Society, they brought it back to what it looked like in the early 1900's. Read how they accomplished this plus the colorful history of the home where F.Scott Fitzgerald dined.

Historic Reflections

Minnesota Historical Society guided the restoration of this Summit Avenue home's original reflecting pool, brickwork, and gardens.

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