It’s very rare these days to find vintage or heritage homes that have been owned by one family. But our real estate listing digging has paid off and we’ve found a beautifully rare home. A true 1962 mid-century gem waiting for in Olympia, Washington.
The estate features a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, 2,734 square foot home as well as seven forested acres. Not only that but the home is sited on 350’ of Western exposure waterfront with its own access to the protected waters of Eld Inlet. It’s a truly peaceful setting providing you with the best of the PNW.
The interior of the home emphasizes clean lines and organic materials, it’s a timeless design that was a collaboration with Tacoma architect Robert M. Jones. With all of the wood, large windows, and open floor plan, you won’t have to do much to make this home yours. Its untouched nature is part of what makes it so unique.
If you’re ready to move a bit further from the city, this Olympia home can be yours for $2,350,000 million. It’s a lot of money but well worth it for such an extraordinary home in an equally extraordinary location. Happy house hunting!