This beautiful Seattle home is a historical landmark featuring meticulously renovated Victorian Queen Anne architecture and sweeping views of Lake Washington and the Cascades. All around the home, 14,000 square feet of landscaped grounds invite rambling walks and afternoon lawn parties.
Small details, like the silver-leaf designs that make different areas of house glimmer as the sun crosses the sky, added up to return the run-down Victorian to its former glory. To help the crumbling foundation, pressure-treated wood and concrete were used to reinforce the weak areas on Curb Appeal.
Now here's a room that means business of the most distinguished kind! Wood paneling lines the walls of the tasteful home office and library. The room also includes beautiful leaded stained glass windows and cabinets.
Designer Lisa Bakemis chose contemporary inset bookshelves to counterbalance the roundness of the cove ceilings and turret windows of this Victorian home. An updated midcentury modern table and chairs and eclectic accents also create an updated sophistication to the space.
Round metal pulls on a wood and laminate bedside table and a glass jar lamp add to rustic details to this Victorian home's bedroom. A mid-century modern bed frame and leather chair combine with other unusual accents in the room to create a calm and sophisticated space.
Built in 1822, this vintage Victorian evokes the romance of a bygone era with its high ceilings, original wide-plank floors, curved banisters and classic light fixtures. Despite its antique appeal, the home is appointed with a new chef's kitchen with a large island. Even rarer in a historic home such as this: a two-car garage and a great room with a vaulted ceiling.
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