Once billed as a teardown, this 1963 home has been renovated with a fresh take on midcentury style.
All of the main living spaces are on the ground floor, while a sliding glass door allows easy access to the garden.
The news comes days after two former Microsoft executives announced the launch of an Opportunity Zone Fund in Seattle.
The ultra-insulated passive house not only sports a blossoming green roof, but its 7 kW solar panels also power much of the home’s energy needs.
Surrounded by scenic bodies of water, Seattle has a vibrant history of floating homes, ranging from the quirky to the prefab. This striking modern rendition, docked on the shore of Lake Union, hopes to continue that tradition.
Located a few blocks from California Avenue in the heart of West Seattle, this three-bedroom, 2,130-square-foot home offers up plenty of light and open spaces—and tons of character.
Restricting the supply of new homes doesn’t deter wealthy arrivals, it just prices out less-wealthy locals.
In a Seattle suburb, new owners of a ‘60s property decided to revamp a neglected horse stable on the same grounds. Behold, a renovation where the ultra trendy "barn door" makes total sense.