This bold and modernist home is an iconic statement against the Seattle skyline.
Built in 2002, the 4,110 square foot home was designed legendary architect Gordon Walker of Olson Walker fame and stands proud at the pinnacle of Queen Anne.
Steel floating stairways, massive space, and volume combine to create a living work of art.
The open gourmet kitchen features high-end appliances and is perfect for entertaining.
Walls of glass allow natural views and light to flood the home while glass doors open up to allow for the ultimate indoor-outdoor flow. The coveted western views offer peace and tranquility.
The home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Check out this glass-wrapped bedroom with unbeatable views. We would sleep soundly here, for sure.
Just imagine working remotely here. Not the worst work set-up, eh?
Enjoy beautiful, library-like built-ins to store your book collection.
And a movie room for family nights in.
Last but not least is the pièce de résistance - the indoor-outdoor lap pool, similar to the ones found in Santorini, Greece, with a retractable garage door.
Is there anything this home doesn't have?!
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