This new Queen Anne home (the existing house was torn down) faces an expansive view of Puget Sound with an architectural style that is early 1900’s traditional Craftsman. Per the owner’s request to “fit in with the neighborhood”, the exterior is traditional while the interior is well suited to a modern and casual lifestyle with open, spacious qualities, rich in historic detail and modern amenities.
This is a great example of the “Transitional” style; unfortunately we weren’t able to take interior photos due to owner’s privacy concerns. You can see detail sketches below that give a sense of the traditional detailing (coffered ceilings, fireplace surrounds, cove molding etc). To our great delight, the local neighborhood historical society delivered a request to the owner, asking if the home could be included on their historic register. Evidently they weren’t aware that this was in fact a new house!