Homes with Stunning Sunrooms

Smart Seattle homes capture the fleeting winter light with windowed sunrooms

By Talia Gottlieb January 21, 2014

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This article originally appeared in the January 2014 issue of Seattle magazine.

!–paging_filter–pFrom formal solariums in grand homes to small atrium add-ons, sunrooms are Seattle’s answer to the Southern-style screened-in porch. Set aside for everything from sleeping and dining to reading and playing, these many-windowed spaces bring the outside in and shed welcome light on the cold, damp days of January.nbsp; brbra href=”http://www.redfin.com/WA/Bainbridge-Island/10132-NE-Kitsap-St-98110/home…” target=”_blank”strongFort Ward, Bainbridge Island/strong/a (pictured above) brstrongPrice:/strong $965,000brstrongSquare footage: /strong3,669; 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathroomsbrstrongProperty size:/strong 2.95 acresbrstrongProperty taxes:/strong $9,063brstrongYear built:/strong 1992brstrongBonus:/strong Sunroom leads to a garden that the Smithsonian Institution lists as a horticultural treasurebrstrongListed:/strong August 2013brbrstrongimg src=”/sites/default/files/newfiles/0114_realestate_magnolia.jpg” style=”float: left; margin: 10px;” width=”400″ height=”266″a href=”http://www.redfin.com/WA/Seattle/3836-36th-Ave-W-98199/home/127907” target=”_blank”Magnolia/a/strongbrstrongPrice:/strong $565,000brstrongSquare footage: /strong2,090; 3 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsbrstrongProperty size:/strong 6,000 square feetbrstrongProperty taxes:/strong $4,626brstrongYear built: /strong1910brstrongBonus: /strongAtrium style sunroom off the kitchen (not shown) looks out on lush gardens with native plantsbrstrongListed: /strongJune 2013brbrimg src=”/sites/default/files/newfiles/0114_capitolhill_realestate.jpg” style=”margin: 10px; float: right;” width=”400″ height=”266″a href=”http://www.redfin.com/WA/Seattle/1658-Federal-Ave-E-98102/home/135745” target=”_blank”strongCapitol Hill/strong/abrstrongPrice: /strong$3,995,000brstrongSquare footage:/strong 7,380; br5 bedrooms, 5 bathroomsbrstrongProperty size:/strong 0.46 acresbrstrongProperty taxes:/strong $27,623brstrongYear built: /strong1919brstrongBonus:/strong Formal sunroom with terrace access (shown)brstrongListed:/strong April 2013/p

 

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