Thank you | 2015 Tour of Homes
Thank you for taking the time to attend our annual tour of homes. We hope you enjoyed seeing our latest designs as much as we enjoyed meeting and speaking with all of you. We sincerely thank our clients for their exceptional generosity regarding the use of their homes during the tour, having the variety of design showcased throughout the tour was incredible. Hopefully you were able to gain some insight into our design + build capabilities, and left with some inspiration of your own.
Our relationship with both clients and visitors like all of you is critical to the future of our company. We welcome the opportunity to meet with or speak to you again to answer any questions you may have moving forward. From requesting details regarding a specific light fixture or tile selection, or beginning to plan a complete renovation or new home build, please don’t hesitate to send us a note.
Sagatov Design + Build could not exist without the support of such an incredible community, and for that we are extremely thankful. All of you made this years annual tour of homes absolutely outstanding! Thank you again, we hope you enjoyed the event as much as we did. To stay up to date with everything Sagatov Design + Build, check out our website, Houzz profile, Facebook page, and our Instagram feed. Please feel free to contact us any time if you have any specific questions or requests.
Yuri Sagatov & the entire Sagatov Design + Build team
Tuckahoe Elementary 15th annual Home & Garden Tour
Saturday, May 16, 2015 | 12 noon to 5pm
May 9th, 2015 from 12pm to 4pm
Join us and tour one or all of these fabulous modern renovations and new homes. These houses are loaded with incredible design details, sustainable construction systems, and intelligent architecture. Come see what can be done with new and old; Entry is free and there is no starting or finish house – so grab your camera, family, and friends, and come check out these incredible homes! Be sure to use #sagatovhometour on all of your social media posts. Thanks!
3820 North 18th Street
Right off of North Quincy Street across from Washington Lee High School is NZ-1. Our most recent build, NZ-1 is our first Net-Zero home currently running without the use of fossil fuels. This vintage industrial, modern split level home has a beautiful mixture of industrial and modern design elements creating a warm, captivating space ready for North Arlington family living.
3544 North 36th Road
This mid-century renovation is an excellent example of what can be done with an existing home. The original foundation was used, along with a couple well placed additions, creating a beautiful living space with excellent flow. What appears to be a humble curbside view opens up to an incredible 6500 square feet of living space, with a wonderful surprise out back.
225 North Columbus Street
This original Arlington colonial home was transformed into an eclectic, modern farmhouse. The scope of this build included a large renovation of the existing structure, with a two story addition added to the rear of the home. Try not to miss all of the wonderful design elements hidden throughout this house. From the hardwood floor selection, to the kitchen backsplash, this house offers true inspiration for a wide variety of individual preferences.
The 2015 Sagatov Tour of Homes is sponsored by the following: