Madrona House by CCS ARCHITECTURE

By Magaly • 27 mins in the past

Madrona House is a venture finished by the San Francisco-primarily based CCS ARCHITECTURE.

It has 3 bedrooms and 4 one/2 bathrooms and is located in Seattle, Washington, USA.


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Madrona Home by CCS ARCHITECTURE:

“This property was made as a 2nd home for a Bay Spot couple as a summer season retreat to devote the warm summer season months away from the fog in San Francisco.

Built on a steep slope and a narrow whole lot, this 4000 square foot home is spread above 3 floors, with the master, guest and children bedroom on the ground floor, and residing spaces on the upper floor to get advantage of the views. The principal residing degree includes a massive kitchen, dining, and residing space, linked to 2 home offices by way of a bridge that extends across the double height entry.

This bridge spot acts as a gallery of light, permitting filtered light by way of the skylights over and down to the entry on the ground degree. All residing area takes benefit of grand views of Lake Washington and the city skyline past.

2 big sliding glass doors open up fully, allowing the residing and dining area to extend to the deck outdoors. On the 1st floor, in addition to the guest space, a “kids room” welcomes visiting nieces and nephews with bunk beds and their own bathroom. The basement degree is made up of storage, mechanical and a 2 automobile garage.”

Photographs by: Aaron Leitz

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