Conard Romano Architects
Traditional Hall, Seattle
Originally built in 1902 for a local judge, this is one of the oldest houses in Seattle’s Denny Blaine neighborhood. When our clients purchased it, the house had suffered from years of deferred maintenance. Our challenge was to transform an awkward and outdated floor plan into one that flowed smoothly in support of the owner’s lifestyle, while bringing clarify and enhanced detail to what was an eclectic architectural composition. Existing windows were restored and new ones carefully scaled to harmonize with the originals; new finishes and systems were installed throughout. On the east side of the house, new porches now connect the main rooms to the steep site and provide outdoor living spaces overlooking Lake Washington.
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added this to April 26, 2019