Want to see a true slice of PNW modernism? A 1979 mid-century style home designed by Lory Ice and situated on the coveted Westside of San Juan Island is on the market and could be yours. Let’s take a look at what this 2,911-square-foot home has to offer.
First off, this home has a shape unlike many. It’s not a square or rectangle, rather it’s a circle. The home’s unique design features an open floor plan with no interior or exterior load-bearing walls. The pedestal building approach and the home’s exposed support beams add flair to the space.
The home has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms making it plenty spacious.
Uniting everything are the picture windows, skylights, and vaulted ceilings which bring natural light throughout the home. What’s more, the windows also provide a look out onto the amazing view. You stay inside or head out to the deck which is suspended above the water and gives you the perfect spot to watch and listen to orcas, humpback whales, sea lions, seals, eagles, and more.
Need to have it? The San Juan Island home could be yours for $2.250 million and is currently listed with Sotheby’s.