Seattle is surrounded by nature and we love it when architects create homes that bring the outdoors in. This home of the week is the first Eric and Kirsten Mercer Cobb residential design and is quite a sight to see. Between windows, balconies, and location, this home is truly a Seattle gem.
Home of the Week: 3324 E Ford Pl
This Washington Park 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, 2,896 sqft home makes multi-layered living convenient with an outdoor focus on all levels. An open floor plan and windows nearly everywhere give the feeling that you’re living in the trees. And because the space is so minimal and white-walled you have plenty of opportunities to make it perfectly your own.
While this home’s design may make it seem brand new, it was actually built in 1996. That being said, it’s been lovingly maintained and each part of the home has been updated with truly high-end surfaces and fixtures. So chances are you won’t have to do too much tweaking to this home.
As for amenities, the master bedroom has an enormous deck under a canopy of trees for true PNW living. And you’ll also have a double car garage, with an elevator to all levels. So chill on your balconies or ride up and down in your elevator, either way, we think this home will become your new paradise.
Now, this home will cost you $2.3 million but between the location, views, and high-end design, the home is well worth the price. Heck if we had $2.3 million to spend on a home, we’d definitely buy this. If you’d like to see more you can click here.