This wonderful Carriage House — newly built in 2003 — works perfectly as a DADU (“detached accessory dwelling unit”) as it will meet a common permitting criteria for most jurisdictions (typically 800 sq/ft) for a DADU or “mother-in-law” unit.
It can also be renovated to add a kitchen in the downstairs utility room. Just add some windows in that section and you can achieve a modest both mighty rental unit to accompany your primary residence, or as a cute Craftsman-style vacation destination for you and your family.
Please be sure to watch the walk-through video to see how the layout currently flows and how you can modify it to your needs!
This remarkable Brick Tudor style house is a one-of-a-kind home with gobs of character and unusual features. The most prominent character feature is a lodge-style “Moose Room” (see photos) giving rise to the name of the house, the “Redmond Moose House.”
At 1,480 sq/ft on the main floor, this house is already spacious and well laid out. However, as you will see in the photos there is an unfinished attic space that is easily convertible to additional living space (and accessible via a real staircase). In addition, one could place the house on a full daylight basement to double the square-footage to roughly 2,900 sq/ft.
The interesting home is packed full of beautiful details like hardwood inlaid floors, leaded glass windows, charming tiled kitchen & bathroom and tons of built-ins and cubbies. You will not find a house anywhere else in the world that is quite like this!
We would suggest to remove the brick and siding with another material would be a cost-effective choice in this case and would make the price more negotiable.
We *love* this house and think you will love it too! Please contact the Washington office for a tour! Located in Redmond, WA, this is *STRICTLY* a local-only move. If you have property in Redmond or If you know anyone who has property in Redmond, please let them know about this one-of-a-kind find!