A well-known Minneapolis architect named William Kenyon - known as the head architect for the Soo Line Railroad - designed and built this south Minneapolis house for himself in 1906. Today, the house is still a showcase for Kenyon's design, along with the work of several well-known 20th century artisans including noted interior designer John Scott Bradstreet. The 5,261 square-foot house has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

Among the special features:

• 25 feet of emerald green Grueby Faience tiles in the foyer. (1)

• Mahogany and oak woodwork.

• Stained glass windows with the Tree of Life Art Nouveau motif.

• Quezal glass art shades and sconces in the dining room.

• Carved cypress jin di sugi panels in the den. This is a technique embraced by Bradstreet in which wood is soaked in water to create a raised grain texture that enhances the organic shape of the carvings. (2)

• A grapevine triptych window. (3)

Maggie Hood of Coldwell Banker Burnet, 612-715-3173, has the listing.