Seattle Alley House Aims for LEED Platinum

This is Alley House 2, a modular prefab home aiming for LEED Platinum certification, located in the Madison Valley neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.  We looked at the home during site assembly and note that it’s complete and listed for sale at the offering of $599,000.  The home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a one-car garage (that could be used as a workshop or converted to an ADU), and 1,687 square feet.

Alley House 2 was developed by Cascade Built, designed by David Foster Architects, and assembled by Method Homes.

The green home features advanced framing, ample natural light, a mini-split heat pump, on-demand hot water, WaterSense fixtures, low-VOC paints and finishes, strand bamboo flooring, rainscreen siding with fiber cement and cedar, pervious paving, drought-tolerant plantings, and a roof ready for vegetation and solar PV.

Alley House 2 is located at 216-B 26th Ave E, Seattle, Washington, 98112 and is currently listed under MLS# 264959.

[+] More about Alley House 2 from Cascade Built.

Credits: Infinite Real Estate Development.


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  • http://profiles.google.com/bagelpower Hannah Whitehouse

    Lovely house, the rainscreen product is particularly interesting. It is also interesting as to the choice of windows – they look like aluminum which isn’t the most efficient but they could be something else, they don’t seem to list the window resource. It is a beautiful home.

  • http://www.cascadebuilt.com/ Cascade Built

    Fiberglass frames, double glazed with a suspended film made by Serious windows, U-value as low as .17 on some windows.  Color is Slate, looks as good as aluminum, but better performance…

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