Own a piece of Seattle design history on the lake in Laurelhurst for a mere $3,595,000. This 4,530 square foot, 5 bedroom, 4.25 bath just needs a little polishing to return to its glory days.
Designed by Peter Hayden Kirk in 1963, the home retains original mid-century detailing throughout. The “Skilling Residence”, as it was first known, won the 1966 AIA Seattle Honor Award for the highest level of design achievement.
This artful contemporary featuring the bands of windows and simple cubic shapes that Kirk was known for, sits on a level half acre with just over 100 feet of south-facing waterfront. French doors, skylights, and an atrium solarium fill the structure with sunshine and fresh air, connecting it to its lakeside location.
Amenities include an in-ground pool, dock with moorage, one-sixth ownership in the adjacent tennis court, and views beyond compare. If you’re looking for an unbelievable project house with loads of potential for the ultimate in Seattle living, this could very well be the one.