Mega Family Room

1411 E Ward St., Seattle, WA 98112

Typically when you’re trying to sell your home, it’s a good idea to take down your family photos. I guess when your family photo is seven feet tall and embedded in the wall, that’s not an easy proposition.

Overall this is actually a very nice house (on a rather small lot) and well-done photos, but there is something that seems… off.

1411 E Ward St., Seattle, WA 98112

Either the TV in the photo above and the sinks in the photo below are abnormally wide or there’s some serious stretching going on to make this home appear more spacious than it really is.

1411 E Ward St., Seattle, WA 98112

Which seems like it would be unnecessary for a $1.75 million home with well over 4,000 square feet.

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3 Comments on "Mega Family Room"

  1. They sure do like brown….

  2. Emerald63 | March 6, 2014 at 4:46 PM |

    Want, want, want…. OMG WANT!!! The woodwork, oh Sweet Sylvanus the woodwork! The word “Craftsman” in the description had already caught my attention, but with the pocket doors in Pic 2 I was sold. What a stunner! They may “like brown,” as K says, but that’s hard to help with so much woodwork. Doesn’t preclude adding lots of other color elements, though.

    As for the photo distortions… it’s weird. Not only do some photos have it while others don’t, just certain parts of some photos have it while other parts of the same photo don’t. Case in point, Pic 12. You can see a bit of distortion in the floor tiles, but not to the degree you see with the toilet, which seems proportioned for the legs of an NBA player. As an example of the different pics type of distortion, compare Pics 3 and 5 with Pic 4. Pic 4 makes the fireplace alcove seen much deeper than it appears in 3 and 5. Weirdest effect? The attic floor in Pic 25. I dunno… maybe the camera had just come from a 3 martini lunch?

  3. @Emerald63: Reread… the attic pic is No. 23, not 25.


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