Sited on one of Washington Park’s best streets, this handsome home sits high above the street to offer ultimate privacy and a lovely arboreal outlook. Clean lines, a flexible floorplan, incredible indoor-outdoor flow, a chic apartment (with a separate entrance) over the garage, and a third-floor loft all combine to deliver a home that is both intriguing and functional.
Built in 1981 by a Seattle architect for his own residence, this home exudes modern detailing that was ahead of its time. The exterior is a concrete frame and brick with masonry infill, a copper roof, and gutters. Once inside, clear Douglass Fir shines on the barrel ceilings and trim, and stone floors are at once beautiful and practical. Wonderful kitchen with a large pantry, stainless steel counters, curved banquette, and access to the attached, two-car garage. Easy living! French doors open off the living and dining rooms to a lovely, private terrace—a wonderful flow that’s perfect for entertaining.
Proudly sited on one of Washington Park’s most sought-after streets, this home offers a grand scale and notable address among its many other attributes. A short walk to the village of Madison Park and its trendsetting mix of coffee shops, boutiques, restaurants, and watering holes. Ten minutes down Madison to downtown Seattle, close to the 520 bridge for access to Bellevue, and minutes to the University of Washington.