G’Town Flora

2020 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY HOUSING INNOVATION AWARD*

Seattle, WA
(Georgetown)

Completed 2020

4 bedroom, 2.5 bath
2,850 sf (w/ 420 sf deck)

Located in the Georgetown neighborhood, this house sits on a difficult site with very little street frontage and a 25’height limit. The resulting design is a highly efficient floor plan, only 13′ wide at the front but opening up significantly at the back to a large great room with a double height space above. The home includes a 2 car garage (accessed from the alley) with a roof deck above for entertaining and watching planes land at nearby Boeing Field. Despite the narrow lot, the home maximizes its square footage and maintains a sense of openness throughout. The second and third levels house 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, including the master suite. A large master bath, walk-in-closet, and private deck accompany the master bedroom. Vaulted ceilings at the top level further maintain a sense of openness in an otherwise constrained site.

 

*www.energy.gov/eere/buildings/housing-innovation-awards

Located in the Georgetown neighborhood, this house sits on a difficult site with very little street frontage and a 25’height limit. The resulting design is a highly efficient floor plan, only 13′ wide at the front but opening up significantly at the back to a large great room with a double height space above. The home includes a 2 car garage (accessed from the alley) with a roof deck above for entertaining and watching planes land at nearby Boeing Field. Despite the narrow lot, the home maximizes its square footage and maintains a sense of openness throughout. The second and third levels house 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, including the master suite. A large master bath, walk-in-closet, and private deck accompany the master bedroom. Vaulted ceilings at the top level further maintain a sense of openness in an otherwise constrained site.

 

*www.energy.gov/eere/buildings/housing-innovation-awards