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David Vandervort Remodeled Montlake Bungalow Asks $1.2M


This 4-BR adjacent to the Washington Arboretum was originally built in 1921 as a bungalow and in need of some serious updating. Enter Seattle architect David Vandervort, who along with Paulsen Construction renovated the home with an eye toward modern Craftsman style. Expanded to 3,400 sq. ft., the home was renovated with entertainment in mind. The living room was converted into a sitting room while the rest of the main floor became a great room next to the kitchen. The entire space now flows right outside onto the garden patio, which then leads right into a private entrance into the Arboretum. Of course, the renovations were done sustainably with reclaimed timbers, cork flooring, energy-star appliances and non-toxic finishes. Personal bonus for the Predator quote reference in one of the upstairs room photos. All yours for $1.197M...
· 1956 26th Ave E [Estately]
· Montlake Remodel [Vandervort]