Firefighters found flames and smoke coming from the home when they arrived shortly before 11 p.m., Everett Fire Marshal Rick Robinson said.
Crews had most of the fire out within a few minutes and remained on scene to extinguish hot spots, Robinson said.
Firefighters were investigating the cause of the blaze on Monday.
No firefighters were injured.
Damage is estimated at $65,000.
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