Northwest Green Home Tour

How does a remodeler renovate a 1906 fixer-upper?  He remodels it with an eye for detail, energy conservation, the latest bells and whistles and a touch of class.  A perfect blend of the old and new, this Craftsman home has the best of modern conveniences and state of the art energy saving features with a lower level ADU (accessory dwelling unit) to boot!  The lower level ADU is now complete with the upstairs unit under construction.

Wallingford Seattle Chickens

The house is right at home in its old established Fremont neighborhood.  Behind its humble facade this home showcases a 5 kW solar array, thermostatically zoned electric radiant floor heat, super-efficient Convectair electric wall heaters, a 96% efficient gas water heater, LED lighting, energy efficient tilt-turn window, HRV system delivering fresh air 24/7, AirKrete insulation, Marmoleium flooring, low VOC carpeting, salvaged and repurposed doors and repurposed custom cabinetry throughout.

The framework for an urban farm is underway...a 2000 gallon water storage tank, raised vegetable gardens, one of the most unique chicken castles, I mean coops. 

Come on by on April 26th.  We'll be open for tours from 11am to 5 pm.  Rosie, Cookie, Roxie, Lacey, Marianne and Connie (The Conner Compound chickens) look forward to seeing you!

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