King Place, NW

The owners/ architects bought this 1924 Sears Bungalow because they liked the location and the challenge of incorporating the old with the new. We more than doubled the size of the house without changing very much the houses presence on the street,
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Family Room next to the Kitchen. Photo by Charlie Sleichter
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Large contemporary addition joined to 1920's Sears Bungalow. Photo by Charlie Sleichter
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You can barely see the addition from the front. Photo by Charlie Sleichter
“bingo” — dallard411
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This is kind of a contemporary "Butler's Pantry". A part of the Kitchen aside from the main cooking area. Photo by Charlie Sleichter
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The island acts as a connection between the Kitchen and the Family Room. Photo by Charlie Sleichter
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This wall of glass masks a hall coming from one entrance and going to the Basement spaces. Photo by Charlie Sleichter
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Rear elevation of the Contemporary Bungalow. Photo by Charlie Sleichter
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The property falls away from the street. By the time you get to the back of the house you have to build platforms or decks to be able to walk out on the main level. Photo by Charlie Sleichter
“Railings” — houseofyork
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A view of the entrance off of the Sunken Living Room. Photo by Charlie Sleichter
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Sunken Living Room with Marble Floor over Electric Radiant Floor Heat. Photo by Charlie Sleichter
“Gala rail” — pinkvanessalee
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View of Rear doors. The Door on the right is a pivot door 13' tall. Photo by Charlie Sleichter
“windows” — kylie13
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