Homes on the Seattle housing market generally follow a pattern whether thats in price, style or size. It’s not everyday that a home that truly breaks the mold becomes available. That however, is exactly what this 1981 Washington Park home is and it’s time to take a look.
The 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home was built by an undisclosed Seattle architect and is spacious at over 4,100 square feet. It sits high above the street giving the owners privacy as well as a tree filled look out. The interiors clean lines and uniformity in material give it a level of cohesiveness while maintaining unique design element like barrel ceilings.
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A quick look at interior photos of the home shows just why it’s so unique, the sheer amount of brick. This home manages to balance an institutional look with its modernity and warming wood details. Not only that but an abundance of windows bring plenty of natural light into what would otherwise be a dark interior.
The Washington Park home is currently listed for $3.3 million by Sotheby’s and is great for someone looking to be near the heart of Seattle without all of the hustle and bustle of downtown life.
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