Stevens Square – Loring Heights

337 E. 18th St.

Late 1890s Victorian
Seth Goodspeed
As I work in the arts, living in Minneapolis close to its varied and outstanding cultural amenities is important for my work and my social life. My home in the Stevens Square neighborhood, part of a three-story brownstone from the late-1890s, is in the perfect location. In 1979, the building was divided into condominiums; at that time, much of the original woodwork was removed and each unit’s floor plan was altered. My designer and contractor reintroduced signature design elements to my space, and reconfigured flow and floor plan to provide my home with an historically accurate aesthetic and spaces for contemporary living. Home is on top two floors