Overlooking Lake Washington, this 4100 square foot bungalow was crafted to look like it was built in 1915. From the front porch with stone piers and mortised columns to the dark brown cedar siding, green trim and copper gutters the house grows out of the landscape. Dormers emerge from a large sheltering roof concealing the upper floor and maintaining the bungalow scale.
The interior flows from entry to stair hall with built in tansu cabinet then past classic arts and crafts columns and wainscoted walls to the living and dining room that are separated by the same columns set on leaded glass cabinets. Traditional box beam ceilings and carefully detailed wood trim finish the authentic appearance throughout. (Alexandra was Project Designer for this house while at Curtis Gelotte Architects.)(American Bungalow, Summer 2001)