Craftsman house, Wallingford

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    Craftsman house, Wallingford Seattle, Washington, USA - noticed while out on a walk 10 Sep 2006

    I just noticed that this house was featured in the 7 January 2007 Seattle Times Sunday magazine. THis house was originally ordered in 1911 from a Sears catalog. It is Bungalow plan 264, page 244 of the Sears Modern Home Mail Order Catalog.
    It cost $1106 for materials or $2800 including labor.

    It was remodelled in 2003, the architects were Steve Hoedemaker and Tom Bosworth. The second story was added. The constrauction was by JAS Design Build.

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    Explore Sep 12, 2006 #207

    dara032, screwtop, lara_jane, and 26 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. brewbooks 87 months ago | reply

      cityflckr - I shall endeavour to get the door on one of my next urban photo expeditions.

    2. focalplane 87 months ago | reply

      A beautiful home in a great setting. If only such houses existed in the UK!!!

    3. brewbooks 87 months ago | reply

      Thanks focalplane

    4. lifebegreen 87 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Seattle Dwellings, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    5. Mishy Belle 85 months ago | reply

      You're invited to post your beautiful picture atHistoric Districts USA

    6. cityflickr 84 months ago | reply

      Brewbooks, lo and behold, I went by and photographed the SAME house on my very first visit to Seattle. As I drove by it (accidentally), it felt familiar to me and I knew it was similar to yours. It wasn't until i uploaded to flickr that I realized it was the same house!

      Craftsman Home in Seattle

    7. Daily Bungalow 82 months ago | reply

      This house is a beautiful example of the Sears Modern Home. "The Osborn". It first appeared in the 1915 catalog. Sale price $2192.00!
      Osborne

      Beautiful.

    8. brewbooks 82 months ago | reply

      Lauren

      THanks for adding the catalog info, that is very good to know.

    9. John of Witney 81 months ago | reply

      I prefer this one!! (from the "I prefer this one >>>>>>>" Group.)

    10. StevenM_61 80 months ago | reply

      Nice shot of the house.

    11. brewbooks 80 months ago | reply

      Thanks John and StevenM

    12. ebgrivas 50 months ago | reply

      Hi would love to include your photo in a post I am writing on mygreenlake.com about craftsman gardens this week. Please email me at ebgrivas@yahoo.com to let me know. Thanks! Erica

    13. ebgrivas 49 months ago | reply

      Your great photo is the cover shot on my post:

      www.mygreenlake.com/2010/03/craftsman-garden/

    14. brewbooks 49 months ago | reply

      Erica - glad to help, being avid gardeners. I like this garden advice:
      "Keep it quirky ...Don’t fight your wonky site "

    15. pinehurst19475 49 months ago | reply

      I like the sweep of the gables, the white trim and the collection of piers.

    16. brewbooks 49 months ago | reply

      pinehurst19475 - It is a striking Craftsman house, I should revisit this since the photo was taken almost 4 years ago

    17. lcardillo1 44 months ago | reply

      I love craftsman homes. great looking house! Thanks Lou Cardillo Mahopac Real Estate

    18. englandrm 43 months ago | reply

      That house looks amazing, like straight out of a really expensive magazine. Imagine living there.

      Ryan the Speed Reading Software Guy

    19. Easy Seattle Short Sale 43 months ago | reply

      Now that is truly a classic. Beautiful. :)

    20. ffshoe 33 months ago | reply

      Wow a nice Sears Osborn, it's a shame they put that second floor on it :(

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