Commissioned and lovingly cared for by a local arts patron, this 9,086-square-foot home at 4877 Rolling Green Parkway in Edina was one of architect Charles Stinson‘s first major residential projects back in 1992, and is featured on the cover of his retrospective Charles R. Stinson Architects: Composition in Nature. Now that the homeowner and her husband have a new place on Lake Calhoun, also designed by Stinson, they’re ready to pass on the Edina property to a new caretaker family. The house has six bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, and dozens of clerestory windows, a Stinson signature touch, plus bold horizontal lines reminiscent of the Prairie School style. For a residence of this calibur, it’s priced to move at $3.1 million. Contact Ellyn Wolfenson or Debbie McNally for a tour. Photos by Landmark Photography & Design.