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Location: Shoreline, Washington
Attorney Ralph Palumbo had Seattle architect and Arch Digest favorite Tom Kundig remodel this 1977 home in Shoreline, Washington for him in 2001. Later, he told the Spokesman Review that working with Kundig, "you end up with a house that truly fits your needs and aesthetic," but looking it over, you also can't miss Kundig's aesthetic, particularly his love for steel, as seen in the pivot doors, and the fireplace in the great room.
Now, Curbed Seattle reports that the 5,440-square-foot dwelling is on the market for $3,395,000. The listing notes "soaring ceilings, tall walls of glass, stunning millwork," along with "lustrous finish work" throughout, which is particularly noticeable in that ample wall of built-ins facing the pool.
The home comes on a 3.26-acre lot in the gated community of The Highlands, which sounds like more than enough room for a rolling guesthouse.
· Book Yourself Into This Tom Kundig Remodel For $3.39M [Curbed Seattle]