Take a look at this Colonial-style home built in 1906 in Seattle, Washington, with Craftsman-like woodwork and built-ins. It’s been updated throughout and the new kitchen was once named Seattle Homes & Lifestyles magazine’s “Kitchen of the Year.”
The listing says: “Exquisite renovation of a turn-of-the-century Colonial on stately corner lot. Box beam ceilings, period millwork & built-ins. ”
Most of the woodwork was painted white. I’d love to see the “before” photos.
There are 4 bedrooms and 3 baths in this nearly 5,000 square-foot house.
“JAS Design-Build remodel with reclaimed Madrona wood island won Seattle Homes & Lifestyles 2007 Kitchen of the Year.”
The finished lower level has a small kitchen and a walk-out to the yard:
“Sound, city & mountain views across the street from Volunteer Park.” Wow.
Like what they’ve done with it? Asking price is $2.98 million. For more photos and information check the listing with Kim Knowles at Windermere.
Did you see this one?