A new 1,000 square foot home office and guest quarters was added above the existing 3-car garage of this waterfront home. Features include a timber-framed entry, great room, bedroom kitchenette and full bath. The existing garage doors were replaced with new carriage house-styled doors and cedar trellis.
On the second floor, patio doors lead to a generous, fiberglass-clad deck that provides views of Rich Passage and passing ferries.
A timber-framed entry porch marks the entrance to the new office/guest quarters. Inside, the stair up to the office/guest quarters features a large window at the landing, with a George Nelson Bubble lamp overhead. At the top of the stair, a small kitchenette, with sink, microwave and under-counter refrigerator, looks out over the backyard.
In the Dining area, cabinets are built into the knee walls under the sloping ceiling, below two large skylights. Low-voltage Tech lighting fixtures illuminate the dining table.
A small bathroom includes painted wood cabinets topped by a laminate counter and recycled glass back-splash, a generous tiled shower, porcelain ceramic floor tiles and a built-in linen closet.