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eco+historical Sanchez 1 contemporary-exterior

eco+historical Sanchez 1

This 1889 Victorian underwent a gut rehabilitation in 2010-2012 to transform it from a dilapidated 2BR/1BA to a 5BR/4BA contemporary family home. The rear of the home opens completely to the patio with an embedded Olive tree via a 9' bi-fold French door system. The Master Bedroom has a similar door that opens to a private roof deck with frameless glass railing. The patio features large concrete pads separated by 1/2" gravel. A lawn on the middle terrace gives kids a place to run around. This house achieved a LEED Platinum green certification from the US Green Building Council in 2012.

Photo by Paul Dyer

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timmitch_fayrin added this to timmitch_fayrin's ideas
9 hours ago
marnieclarke added this to glass railing
November 30, 2014
aa310 added this to Backyard
November 2, 2014
Balcony for master bedroom
wildta added this to B - Window Wall Middle Trim
June 24, 2014
They didn't do anything btwn the bifold and upper windows.
sfdame added this to Shrader Kitchen remodel
March 7, 2014
Walk out first floor
billyprince added this to 8515
January 3, 2014
Upper windows
miguelboston added this to SeattleGrow ideas
December 14, 2013
garage door only, NOT the style of deck or fence
Kristina Haley added this to Victorian Remodel
November 13, 2013
like the outdoor tile
miguelboston added this to decks / outdoor
September 23, 2013
Garage door ideas
Justin Teves added this to justin_teves's ideas
July 18, 2013
Everything except the back yard
rickbiggar added this to Landscape Ideas
July 15, 2013
back pato with small tree???
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