In collaboration with Bolt Construction NW, TC Legend Homes helped design, permit, and frame this 1,950 square foot home on Orcas Island.

Clerestory windows reflect light deep into the interior and create wonderful sculptured light-gradients along those white, reflective walls. Designed to flow people and views out to the west and onto the western deck. The main living spaces balance high ceilings in the kitchen and dining areas and a lower, cozy ceiling in the living room/ tv area.

The 2nd floor main-master bedroom also engages with a westerly view, leaving you feeling like you’re in a tower. The second-master bedroom connects privately through the Jack-and-Jill bathrooms & shared closet.

A choice of main entrances allows this house to fit onto most lots.



  • 1950 square feet
  • 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom
  • 1st floor aging-in-place
  • Radiant in-floor heating with 1 fancoil
  • High kitchen/ dining room
  • Kitchen island/ bar
  • Clerestory daylighting
  • West facing
  • 2-bedroom 2nd fl master suite.
Victory Heights Net-Zero Home

Victory Heights Net-Zero Home

This Built Green 5-Star zero-energy home defines the Seattle eco-lifestyle. It features an open floor plan, heated hardwood floors, 9-foot ceilings, and exposed beams.  On the roof, a 9.5kW net-metered solar array provides all the home’s power needs, and an electric car charging station is built into the garage. Triple-pane windows and SIPs construction offer plenty of insulation, and a whole-house filtration system keeps the air pure. Designer touches include Hinkley lighting, custom cabinetry, Carrara marble countertops, stainless steel appliances, an induction cooktop, and a 9-foot kitchen island.

Ballard Net-Zero-Energy Home

Ballard Net-Zero-Energy Home

Owners: Eric Thomas and Alexandra Salmon

Designer: Zero-Energy Plans, LLC (

Builder: TC Legend Homes (

Site Address: 612 NW 60th St., Seattle, WA 98107 (Ballard)


1,915 square feet, single-family, 2 stories, 3 bedrooms + work loft, 2 bathrooms, concrete slab foundation, radiant heat floors, Hardie plank siding.


Structural Insulated Panel construction, air-to-water heat pump, 6kw solar electric (photovoltaic) system, triple-pane windows, passive solar design, rain garden, stained concrete floors, reclaimed fir floors, recycled fixtures, zero-VOC paint, low-waste engineering, low-energy LED and CFL lighting, capacity for additional solar panels to power an electric car 5,000 miles per year.