Location: Seattle, WA
Designed by noted Pacific Northwest architect Lionel Pries, this 5,380-square-foot midcentury home has some of the best views money can buy in the Seattle area. The five-bedroom house with a large deck facing the water sits on the southern tip of Seattle's Laurelhurst neighborhood, staking out incredible views of Lake Washington and yes, the majestic Mount Rainier.
The interiors remain true to its 1965 origins, with extensive vaulted ceilings, glass walls, wood paneling, built-ins, terrazzo floors, and Shoji-style window screens. First put on the market for $5.9M in September 2014, the house has since then gone through three price chops. What say you, Curbed readers? Will the latest ask, $4.2M, do the trick?
- 3006 Webster Point Rd NE [Windermere Real Estate via Find Everything Historic]
- 18 of the Most Drop-Dead Gorgeous Houses for Sale in 2015 [Curbed]