A 1901 Craftsman in Seattle Gets a Svelte Cantilevered Addition

A 1901 Craftsman in Seattle Gets a Svelte Cantilevered Addition

By Brian Libby / Photos by Kyle Johnson
Blending old with new, a major remodel of this early 20th-century home includes a new rear designed by Best Practice Architecture.

The floors were sloping and the kitchen pantry was in the basement, but Dana Ferestien and Megan Landis happily lived with the quirks of their 1901 Craftsman home in Seattle’s Madrona neighborhood. "As two adults, we could just shrug them off," Ferestien recalls. 

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