This Northwest mid-century modern home is nestled in a quiet secluded area of the Broadview neighborhood in northwest Seattle. The new scope of work includes an upper floor master suite addition and main floor remodel in order to expand upon the minimally sized 1950s-era kitchen and dining nook. Other improvements include updating the windows to current energy codes.
The original home is an exquisite example of northwest mid-century modern architecture. The original home was designed by noted architect Theo Damm in the 1950s. While the home had undergone subsequent remodels over the years, the original features of the home including its indoor-outdoor connection, vaulted ceilings, window walls, and large roof overhangs were retained.