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August 09, 2001
Old Homes Restored : Episode OHR-208 : Seattle Craftsman
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We'll take you directly into the new millenium with this very deceiving 1930s Seattle Craftsman home. The outside it looks like the rest of Seattle's beautiful Craftsman homes, but on the inside is where you will be pleasantly surprised. Not only did Beth Lahickey and her boyfriend Michael Nauman want to restore their old home, but they wanted to take it up a notch. They accomplished this by putting the coolest 21st Century technology into their home, while retaining its old features and attributes . For example, when they replaced non-original linoleum flooring with authentic-appearing ceramic, they added heated floors--a feature that's invisible but very modern. Also , they have wired the entire house for digital communication.

We'll show you all kinds of cool amenities and how they accomplished it while keeping the craftsmanship alive.

Guests:
Eric Dalton

Baywolf/Dalton Inc.
3240 NE 45th St.
Seattle, WA 98105
Phone: 206-523-1123

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