Check out this great conversion I found on Houzz!
My Houzz: Reinventing a 1930 Fire Station for Family Life
When Seattle Fire Station No. 38 became too outdated for modern needs, the city put it up for auction — creating a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for entertaining and lifestyle blogger Alexandra Hedin
and her contractor husband, Adam. Alexandra had grown up in the neighborhood and had fond memories of the fire station, so the couple seized the chance to turn the landmark building into a work and play space tailored to their family’s needs.
Although both the Hedins and Alexandra’s parents, Gwen and Thom Kroon, have homes nearby, the firehouse has become their “daytime home,” where they work, cook, entertain and spend quality time together.
Project at a Glance
Who lives here: This is a second living space for Alexandra and Adam Hedin, their 3 children and their dog, GeorgeLocation: Ravenna/Bryant neighborhood of Seattle
Size: About 2,500 square feet; includes a kitchen, an office, 4 living spaces and 2 bathrooms
Year built: 1930
Posted on January 2, 2014 at 8:53 am
Category: Great Spaces, Seattle Real Estate
Tagged conversions, fire house, unique design