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Marriage Of Traditional Charm & Modern Function In Fremont


When Imprint Architecture & Design started work in a 1918-built Fremont Bungalow in serious need of a make-over, they poured a lot of themselves into the house. Considering it's the home of Imprint principle Sara Imhoff and her husband Jeremy, you can imagine why. Featuered in Northwest Home Magazine and on Houzz, the duo were able to balance the original construction with a modern take on the interiors and spaces. Original brick next to modern appliances, a renovated eating nook and a light-dotted front door are some of the details that stand out. Asking $589K and currently set up as a 1,100-sq. ft. 2-BR main house with a 900-sq. ft. rental basement unit, the home can easily be reworked as one unified space. On their site, Imprint refers to this home as Project One. It seems to meet the expectation that such a name promises.
· 3618 Whitman Ave N [Estately]
· Houzz Tour: Original Charm and New Light in Seattle [Houzz]
· Project One [Imprint]