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Swanky midcentury pad in Normandy Park comes with beach access

By April 20, 2020

Houses, Normandy Park

18174 Normandy Terrace SW is a bright, airy midcentury gem, full of soaring ceilings, giant windows, and major Puget Sound views. There’s a whole lot of flourish in this one: a flashy split entry with a spiral staircase, a dramatic room-dividing river-rock fireplace, and an atrium and meditation space crafted from what appears to be a former pool.

But the day-to-day details are nice here, too. A sprawling floorplan with multiple wings gives even back bedrooms a little more access to light—one off a central courtyard gets 180-degree windows. This also creates a flow from the living room through the dining room and on through the eat-in kitchen, but with clear delineation, plenty of outdoor access, and natural light all around.

Bonus: It has Lot A beach rights, which nabs its owners access to Normandy Park Community Club’s 18 acres of waterfront.

Listed by Trey Danna, Compass Washington | Priced at $1.08 million

Sarah was a contributing writer to Urban Living. She can’t sell you a house, but she’ll talk about them for as long as anybody will listen.