Lynn Underwood

Reporter | Homes
Phone: 612-673-7619
Lynn Underwood writes about new home construction, remodeling, architecture, design, decorating and real estate for the Sunday Homes section. She also writes garden-related stories for the Variety Home + Garden section.

Recent content from Lynn Underwood

Homegazing: Park Avenue's Venetian palace

A lumber baron’s 1907 dream home awaits a 21st-century owner, with help from a neighborhood history buff. You can have it for $1.7 million.

Updated: May 28, 2013, - 12:49 PM

Everyday Solutions: Warming up a cold loft

Floating fireplace and exotic woods warm up a cold concrete loft in downtown Minneapolis building that was formerly a tractor factory.

Updated: May 26, 2013, - 09:40 AM

New book helps you find your just-right home

Looking for a home to rent or buy? A new book offers a blueprint for finding the perfect place.

Updated: May 25, 2013, - 02:58 PM

Before & after: Master bathroom makeover

An outdated master bathroom goes from center stage to a contemporary, private spa-like retreat.

Updated: May 13, 2013, - 03:40 PM

Homegazing: You can have it for $2.495 million

This downtown loft with almost wall-to-wall marble was inspired by the sophistication and elegance of a Milan hotel lobby.

Updated: May 03, 2013, - 02:49 PM

Twin Cities Bungalow beauties on tour

The tour offers an inside look at six vintage homes that combine Craftsman charm and sensitive updates.

Updated: May 03, 2013, - 02:48 PM

AIA Home of the Month: Organic modern in Golden Valley

An outdated 1980s “builder home” in Golden Valley gets a dramatic do-over. It's the AIA Home of the Month for May.

Updated: May 03, 2013, - 02:45 PM

Minneapolis St. Paul Home Tour showcases city living

The Minneapolis St. Paul Home Tour showcases real-world home makeovers and the many moods of city living.

Updated: April 20, 2013, - 02:45 PM

Everyday Solutions: Entry addition adds function to bungalow

A Minneapolis bungalow’s new front entry adds charm and purpose.

Updated: April 19, 2013, - 01:50 PM

The Dirt: "Beauty in a Briefcase"

In the 1800s, gardeners ordered plants from traveling nurserymen, not from the local garden centers we have today.

Updated: April 16, 2013, - 03:18 PM

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