Wash. man sets new bar for a man cave

Wash. man sets new bar for a man cave

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by TERESA YUAN / KING 5 News

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Posted on January 17, 2014 at 12:18 PM

Updated Friday, Jan 17 at 12:18 PM

Many men have carved out a space in their home for their hobbies and collections. But one Bellevue man has taken his man cave to a whole new level.

Jay Bergevin partnered with his friend and custom home builder, Kim Schademan, for the project. They transformed an empty pasture next to Bergevin’s Bellevue home into a deluxe man cave. 
 
“There was no question [Schademan] was guy for the job. And he pulled it off. I'm thrilled,” Bergevin said.
 
The two-story building is a special spot where Bergevin can tinker with his classic cars and hang vintage signs with a sentimental value. It has the staple of many man caves, a flat screen TV. And there are even a few unique features, like an Airstream that’s been re-purposed into an office.
 
“I think there's a lot guys who'd love to have this,” Schademan said. “I’ve had a lot of them stop by who said what's that I want one of those.”
 

 

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