We can haggle over whether or not this place is more Georgian Colonial or Federal, but there’s no denying that the 1913 residence still exudes a classic, restrained look that’s stood the test of time. Of course, this has something to do with a remodel along the way. Now the Queen Anne home is on the market asking $7.5M.
The place got an extensive renovation from Stuart Silk Architects. And we do mean extensive.
Our clients engaged us to update the home with minimal interventions to the symmetrical exterior.
Their list of improvements was extensive and included a new kitchen, pantry, family room, breakfast room, powder room and master bedroom suite. Along with this list came the renovation of the existing library the reconfiguration of two of the children’s bedrooms. The entry hall, living room and sitting areas were given lighting upgrades to accentuate the home owner’s art collection.
You know the place is fancy when they’ve staged it with a chess board.
Some of the features that stand out include the glass wine cases framing the fireplace in the dining area, the massive closet and bathroom spaces, and the inviting guesthouse that will certainly go to use if you live here.
You’re also located on a corner lot adjacent to Parsons Garden, with views across the way to Elliot Bay. Between the home, the property, and the location, we can get behind that asking price. Considering it last sold for $4.7M in 2007, they’ve back up the increase.