'Seattle Snoop' houses to help build Pete Gross House
The third annual "Seattle Snoop" is Apr. 28 from 10 am to 4 pm, benefiting the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to help build the Pete Gross House.
The Snoop is an opportunity for the public to visit six residential properties located throughout the Seattle area and explore the diversity of professional interior design.
Seattle Snoop '96 will feature a 1928 Magnolia Bluff Tudor, a 1911 modified "box" home on Capitol Hill, a Northwest contemporary rambler with a view of Puget Sound located in West Seattle, a contemporary artist's loft located in a historic warehouse building in Pioneer Square, a Washington Park contemporary house, and DesignHome, a concept home located in Seattle Design Center.
Tickets are $18 prepaid or $20 the day of the event and include transportation, refreshments, and a map for those who wish to utilize their own vehicles for transportation. For tickets and information, call the ASID Washington State Chapter office at (206) 762-4313.