House Tour of a “Mod Remodel” | Nov 20

This month’s home tour by AIA Seattle and Northwest Home is of a remodeled 1950′s rambler in Queen Anne. Designed by Blip Design, the Built Green home is distinguished by a unique, butterfly-trussed roof, Henrybuilt cabinets in multiple rooms, a slick-looking sliding barn door, and an enviable combination of stone, wood, and steel beams.

When: Nov 20, 12-3PM
Where: 3429 10th Avenue West

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According to Redfin, this home was purchased for $535K in 2005 and then sold for $1.685M in 2009 after the remodel. That’s one serious update and definitely one to see (or read about in Northwest Home if you don’t make the tour).

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_T25LPAPDA2LWFZ3TSPPMMQUGPU Jay

    Very beautiful picture.  The remodelling is done perfectly. I am also renovating my place. Got some of the very unique ideas from your post. I will look forward to it.
    Renovation company in Connecticut

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_T25LPAPDA2LWFZ3TSPPMMQUGPU Jay

    Amazing  ideas for the home renovation project. The picture gives a complete insight of  how will the look be after renovation. I will look forward to this. Thanks for the share.
    Renovation company in Connecticut

  • http://www.a1propertyservices.net/roofing/ Neil Hirsh

    This house is absolutely stunning! Its butterfly roof design is an eye-catching view. It is said that this roof is a bit expensive but this can add a curbs appeal to the house. It looks simply elegant outside which will surely catch your potential buyer’s attention. That way, the owner can take advantage of it by increasing the resale value of the house.