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Lofty 90s Contemporary in Kirkland

By July 18, 2019


Kirkland’s 10410 NE 52nd St built in 1997, has a lofty feel to it with exposed joists, ceilings and concrete floors.

Designed by Rhodes Architecture, this is how the architect describes it:

The Kirkland Residence explores industrial materials and finishes that highlight a builder’s craft and illustrates the way a house is made. The 2100 square foot house uses glass, ceiling height, and carefully screened space to feel larger than its small size. The house was completed in February of 1998.

The Kirkland Residence was built by Chris and Nicole Coddington and was selected as the June 1998 Seattle Times/AIA Home of the Month and has been featured by Pacific Northwest Magazine in February 1998 and by Fine Homebuilding Magazine in March 2000.

Rhodes Architecture

At 2,720 square feet it has four bedrooms and 2.25 bathrooms on a 9,721 square foot lot. Currently listed at $1.75m the home’s sales history also offers a look at the ups and downs and back up of our real estate market:

  • 2/2014 for $1.1m
  • 8/2009 for $950k (yikes!)
  • 5/2007 for $1.4m (wow!)
  • 2/2005 for $993k
  • 5/2000 for $715k (what a deal)
  • 12/1996 for $160k (the land purchase, cost to build was $190/sf)

Listed by¬†Kirsten Robertson¬†–¬†Windermere Bellevue Commons

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