Just Listed: $149,900. When Twin Cities artist Lauri Svedberg (that's her to the left and behind the big oak tree) decided to go south for the winter, she decided to go for good. And that means she's ready to part with her most ambitious creative endeavor ever - the festooned, glue-gunned, rock-studded house in Northeast Minneapolis where she's spent more than three decades creating a one-of-a-kind art house. Check out Kim Palmer's interview with Svedberg, and learn more about the house - and Svedberg's thoughts about parting with her 35-year-long passion. 
MIchael Gacek of Edina Realty has the listing and more photos.

Star Tribune photos (exterior and Svedberg portrait) by Kyndell Harkness

Star Tribune photos (exterior and Svedberg portrait) by Kyndell Harkness

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