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“Visitors driving down Country Club Drive will notice the Dahles’ distinct home and garden. The prairie-style contemporary ranch was designed by well-known local architect Don Hershey.
The couple say it’s like living in a painting.
‘It’s four-season beauty,’ says Veronica Dahle.
… Built in 1957, the home has definitive mid-century modern bones, a look that was very popular during the era. Hershey designed more than 500 homes in the Rochester area and was deeply influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Open windows is a hallmark of Hershey’s designs. And that was what attracted Veronica Dahle to the home 22 years ago. She knew immediately upon seeing the open concept that the house was meant to be theirs.”