Home of the Week: Lake front living meets mid century charm
The Seattle housing market is pretty busy these days. At least in the number of homes on the market. But that means that we have lots of fun options to choose from when bringing you the home of the week. So this week we decided to go for some funky Mid Century Modern vibes in one of the city’s nicest neighborhoods.
Home of the Week: 3802 E Mcgilvra St
This gem was designed by well-loved Seattle architect Roland Terry. And is definitely a 70s home with Terry’s heavy use of PNW accents. But that is really what makes this home so special and charming. And we like it because it’s probably one of the more unique homes you’ll find in Seattle’s relatively homogenous housing market.
Part of what makes this home so special is it’s 95 feet of lakefront which is pretty sweet. And not only that, but the lake comes into the yard to form a nice pond with a bridge. But if you need more space than that, don’t worry, you also have your own dock from which you can access Lake Washington.
And when it comes to the inside, this home has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and is just over 3,000 square feet. So it’s roomy but still feels like a home. And as we said, it has some pretty special PNW accents like a massive stone fireplace and lots of wood.
So if you’re looking for a home where the outside meets the indoors, this is probably it. And because this home has some architectural history and is in Canterbury it’ll cost you $4.2 mill. But if you have some coin, this home could be a lot of fun to make yours. If you’d like to see more, click here.