Contemporary on Treed Lot

2,200 sqft Custom Home in Port Angeles, Washington

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Ticking the Boxes Without Breaking the Bank

Sometimes a homebuyer’s vision is bigger than their budget. In the case of this Port Angeles home, Estes Builders helped turn the couple’s dreams into a more practical reality.

Ticking the Boxes Without Breaking the Bank

Sometimes a homebuyer’s vision is bigger than their budget. In the case of this Port Angeles home, Estes Builders helped turn the couple’s dreams into a more practical reality.

LARGE WOOD FRAMED WINDOWS BRING THE NATURAL SETTING INDOORS

When the empty-nesters came to Estes with a more spendy premade plan, the builder’s in-house architect developed a similar contemporary style but streamlined the design to improve efficiencies. This included modifying and moving rooms around to eliminate redundancies and waste in the framing and mechanicals. A switch to engineered trusses rather than hand-framing also trimmed costs. The result was no less stunning, set off by a distinctive shed-style roof for a butterfly effect. The detached garage/shop echo a similar roofline.

Read the full case study on this project here.