Dutch Hill House Remodel

Our goal for this renovation was to create value for re-sale by transforming a "standard" split-entry home into an elegant 2-story, Northwest Contemporary style home.
There are hundreds of split entry houses in the northwest that will eventually need to be renovated. Most of our effort was spent on contemporary design that can be re-created on a future split-level remodeling projects. Much thought was given to create maximum curb-appeal and elegant spaces without overspending on items that would not provide return.
The completed project caught the eyes of the editor and photographer at Seattle Homes magazine. The before and after photos were featured in the October, 2007 issue.
Completed in 2006, this fully renovated home lost it's split level look by extending and lowering the interior stairs at the front entrance. The raised concrete porch was removed allowing level covered entry into the foyer area. The existing roof-line was changed by adding false gable roofs above several windows. The living room and Kitchen ceiling was vaulted with new scissor trusses.
Featured in Seattle Home Magazine, architect Michael George of Snohomish, WA.