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9625 56th Ave S  Seattle, WA 98118

9625 56th Ave S Seattle, WA 98118

A rambling cottage in the English countryside (East Sussex, to be exact) welcomes children, dogs, friends, and visitors with its unstuffy interiors‚ and so

A Family-Friendly House in Sussex

A rambling cottage in the English countryside (East Sussex, to be exact) welcomes children, dogs, friends, and visitors with its unstuffy interiors‚ and so

Concrete Cabin For Filmmaker Is A Stunning Space Based On A Garage. - See more at: http://www.ifitshipitshere.com/olson-kundig-the-brain/#sthash.35bTXX8B.dpuf

Concrete Cabin For Filmmaker Is A Stunning Space Based On A Garage. - See more at: http://www.ifitshipitshere.com/olson-kundig-the-brain/#sthash.35bTXX8B.dpuf

Seattle Magazine | Home and Garden/Outdoor Living/Backyard | With a Pizza Oven, This Backyard Became a Social Gathering Space

Seattle Magazine | Home and Garden/Outdoor Living/Backyard | With a Pizza Oven, This Backyard Became a Social Gathering Space

Seattle Magazine | Home and Garden/Outdoor Living/Backyard | With a Pizza Oven, This Backyard Became a Social Gathering Space

Seattle Magazine | Home and Garden/Outdoor Living/Backyard | With a Pizza Oven, This Backyard Became a Social Gathering Space

Seattle architecture firm MW Works has helped a couple build this home, which is organised around a courtyard and clad in weathered reclaimed timber.

Courtyard provides focal point for Seattle home by MW Works

Seattle architecture firm MW Works has helped a couple build this home, which is organised around a courtyard and clad in weathered reclaimed timber.

While they were house hunting in Seattle, Bob and Michele Conrad met builder Todd Lozier and he told them about a project he was working on, a 1966 house designed by modernist architect Ralph Anderson                                                                                                                                                                                 More

While they were house hunting in Seattle, Bob and Michele Conrad met builder Todd Lozier and he told them about a project he was working on, a 1966 house designed by modernist architect Ralph Anderson More

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