Designed and built by architect Ellsworth Storey in 1905 for his own home, this house is representative of Storey’s work and is a significant example of the Craftsman style in Seattle. The house is a City of Seattle Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
We completed the architectural work in two phases. The first phase consisted of enlarging the kitchen, adding an island and French pocket doors leading to the dining room, and creating a more open entry with an enlarged coat closet and powder room.
Phase two consisted of adding a master bath, remodeling the kids' bathroom, finishing the basement, and adding a bedroom, office, family room, wine cellar, and bathroom. New expansive decks overlook Lake Washington and the updated landscaping.