Sanchez Two
This 1903 Queen Anne Victorian Cottage had a single family in it from 1920 to 2009, but for the last 5 years of that, it lay vacant. eco+historical undertook a gut rehabilitation of the property from 2012-2013 to transform it from a compact 2BR/1BA to a 5BR/3.5BA contemporary family home that looks little different from the street than it did for its first century (albeit cleaner). While making the house systems state-of-the-art and opening up the floor plan, a traditional feel was maintained to keep the warmth of this historic home. This house received LEED Platinum Certification from the US Green Building Council in 2013.
eco+historical Sanchez 2
This 1903 Queen Anne Victorian Cottage was owned by a single family from 1920-2009 before it underwent a gut rehabilitation in 2012-2013 to transform it from a decaying 2BR/1BA to a 5BR/3.5BA contemporary family home. A modern gray color scheme brings a contemporary feel to this traditional home - while keeping the original detailing pays homage to its origins. A green roof over the rebuilt garage adds more green space and diverts more rain from the sanitary sewer. This house is targeted to achieve a LEED Platinum green certification from the US Green Building Council in 2013. Photo by Open Homes Photography

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