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Extreme Makeover Creates 'Modern Dutch Colonial' in Seattle

Purchased in 2003 as a fixer-upper, the seller of this 3-BR in Seattle has spent the years since transforming it into what she calls a "Modern Dutch Colonial Urban Refuge." It was renovated as a "slow house," using only locally-manufactured materials. For example, the front porch and back stairs were both made from cedar free-of-heart timbers from LS Cedar Company on Vashon Island. Each room has its own story to tell in how it was renovated and brought back to life.

See what it looks like inside the house asking $759K >>