E. H. Hobe House-Solheim

The E. H. Hobe House or Solheim (Norwegian for "Home of the Sun") was built in 1897 by Engelbrecht H. Hobe, a lumber dealer and Vice-Consul to the Norwegian-Swedish Kingdom. The Victorian home was visited by Swedish King Gustav V and Crown Prince Olav and Princess Märtha of Norway. The Bald Eagle Lake estate was designed by Minneapolis architect Carl F. Struck.

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