This is the Crown Hill Backyard Cottage designed by Bruce Parker who specializes in these in the Seattle area.
It’s a built atop a single car garage on the property’s backyard.
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Crown Hill Backyard Cottage Atop Garage
A juliet balcony off of the living room opens up into the tree canopy.
The bathroom also features bright colors and a vaulted ceiling.
The maple tree was and is an integral part of this backyard cottage from it’s inception. The tree wraps the cottage providing a leafy screen from the street during the summer and in the winter rain drops collect on it’s branches.
The ground floor art studio features concrete floors, a small 3/4 bath, and a utility sink. Garage doors open up to the street allow a car to park on the ground floor if ever desired.
The cottage has been the home of the owner’s son who is off to law school. While he is away it will be used as an executive rental.1
- Designed around the maple tree on the property
- Ground floor is an art studio
- 2nd floor is the apartment with Juliet Balcony
- Ground floor has a small 3/4 bath and utility sink
- Garage doors open to allow vehicle to park inside
- Vaulted ceilings upstairs with skylights
Learn more: https://seattlebackyardcottage.blogspot.com/2017/07/crown-hill-backyard-cottage.html1
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Love the bathroom! The mirror, the sink base, the beadboard. It feels open and has so much light…a lovely little place to call home!
This is beautiful!
Should of also shown the art studio as both house and studio are a unit.
My cat and I would love something like this.
Built atop a one car garage… but its not, its an art studio. Oh, did they get around planning permission by building a garage, with approved living upstairs and now have turned garage into an art studio? Devious methinks.
That last shot that shows the exterior with the heat pump reminds me of a couple of places I’ve seen on Bainbridge Island Washington.
The mother-in-law over garage house is such a great idea and this is a really nice execution.