A few months back we took a tour of Stephanie and Rob's Queen Anne High School condo to see what it's like to live in a former classroom.
Now we're wondering who's going to let us inside their home next? (That sounds creepy, let us explain...)
We're looking for unique apartments and homes to feature right here on Curbed Seattle and we're counting on you to show us why it should be yours. Perhaps you live on a cool Lake Union houseboat, a converted firehouse, or a stylish micro-dwelling. Maybe your house doesn't look like much from the outside but boasts beautiful interiors that need to be seen. Maybe you and your roommate turned a studio into a two-bedroom. Maybe you live in the most sustainable home in a city full of sustainable homes. If there's something that stands out about your abode, we're willing to listen.
If you would like to be considered for a story, send us an email (put "House Calls" in the subject line, please) with a couple of photos of your place. Tell us something about it: where it is; how many people live there; and a few words about your style and your stuff. Also feel free to nominate your shy friends! (With their permission, of course.) Sorry brokers and landlords, we are only looking to feature homes and apartments that are neither for sale or rent. Let's do this.
· All House Calls [Curbed]