Brick Tudor (circa 1927)
Whole house renovation (6,600 sf)
Casa Architecture and Interior Design
Carl Williams Interiors
Magnolia residence: classic character restored
From day one, the owners of this classic home knew exactly what they wanted from their renovation: maintain the original architectural character, keep all in-scale with the surrounding neighborhood, and add 3,000 square feet of below-grade living space. They also wanted to make all as gracious as possible.
Nuanced design and construction (together with a rich palette of materials and crafted cabinetry) resulted in a new/old home that glows.
Of special construction note: During the process of putting in a new foundation, the entire house was jacked-up on crib shoring (stacks of wood beams). Prestige securely lashed the house to the shoring. In what was a relief to all, the raised home didn’t budge during the Nisqually Earthquake.