Georgetown Flora Green
Architect/Designer | JW Architects
Builder | Dwell Development
Developer | Dwell Development
Photographer | Tucker English Photography
This 3-bed, 2.5-bath home is a modern addition to Seattle’s oldest neighborhood. The 2,600-sf home offers a spacious, free-flowing floor plan with natural light, airy living spaces, and indoor/outdoor entertainment areas. Glassy modernism is punctuated throughout the home by bold sustainable and reclaimed accents, solid wood and polished concrete floors, and slab stone counter tops.
The main living level opens to a landscaped courtyard. Three well-proportioned bedrooms and two bathrooms grace the second level, while a large bonus room with walk-out access to a roof deck are on top. Flora Green exceeds the already-high Washington State energy code by more than 30 percent. Green features include an airtight building envelope, thorough insulation, a regulated heating system, an integrated solar-powered system, and an electric car conduit. Targeting 5-Star Built Green certification, the home is solar ready and equipped for Net Zero energy living. Low energy bills and a reduced carbon footprint make this home especially appealing.