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eco+historical Sanchez 2 contemporary-living-room

eco+historical Sanchez 2

This 1903 Queen Anne Victorian Cottage was owned by a single family from 1920-2009 before it underwent a gut rehabilitation in 2012-2013 to transform it from a decaying 2BR/1BA to a 5BR/3.5BA contemporary family home. The bill paying desk and breakfast nook on one end of the Family Room are adjacent to the kitchen and take in the light of the yard. The whole Family Room opens to the rear yard via a 12' wide bi-fold French door system. This house is targeted to achieve a LEED Platinum green certification from the US Green Building Council in 2013.

Photo by Open Homes Photography

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Phyllis Friedland added this to phyllis_friedland's ideas
June 23, 2014
Love the way this opens up to the yard.
Vali Nemetz added this to vali_nemetz's Ideas
December 8, 2013
mdavis1000 added this to mdavis1000's ideas
November 16, 2013
Breakfast nook
louannemichaels added this to Miscellaneous
June 23, 2013
Love the folding windows!
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