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Converted carriage house in Seattle asks $2M

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A 1913 structure remodeled by award-winning Seattle-area architect George Suyama

A gray carriage house sits on a sloping street surrounded by green trees. Photos by Angie Miller

We often cover real estate that began life as one thing before transforming into something else. These home conversions, whether they started as shipping containers, churches, or barns, catch our eye for their uniqueness and style. Take this three-bedroom, three-bath home in Seattle’s Denny Blaine neighborhood.

The structure is a 1913 carriage house remodeled by award-winning Seattle-area architect George Suyama. Suyama is known for his serene designs—including the much-shared Junsei House—that often feature a central atrium as the focal point. In this 3,106-square-foot house the architect added a steel staircase at the entryway that leads to a living area with vaulted skylight ceiling.

The main living areas cluster around the airy atrium with built-in bookcases, a gas fireplace, and a chef’s kitchen. French doors off of the living room open to a spacious deck for entertaining, and a second family room off of the master offers privacy. The bedrooms are modest in size, but a master bathroom features marble with dual vanities, a soaking tub, and walk-in shower. Love what you see? 205 40th Avenue E is on the market now.

A black steel staircase rises from a hallway on a first floor to the second floor.
A steel staircase rises from the first floor to the second.
The second story of a house features a vaulted ceiling with skylight in the center. The living areas are organized around the atrium.
The stairway leads to a living area with an airy vaulted skylight ceiling.
A dining room has a patterned rug, seating for six, and built-in bookcases along one wall.
A spacious dining room features built-in bookcases and an arched window.
A long kitchen with skylights features wood cabinets, a dark black marbled counter, and wood floors.
The chef’s kitchen benefits from more skylights to brighten things up.
A small white bed sits on a raised wooden floor with an arched window to its left. Doors to a bathroom and closet are on the right.
The bedrooms are modest in size, but the master features a large closet off to the right.
A large bathroom has dark gray tiles, a long counter with two sinks, gold mirrors, and a white bathtub.
A spacious master bath features dual vanities and a freestanding tub.