Masterful midcentury home on Cougar Mountain
Perched on Cougar Mountain, this stunning midcentury home in Issaquah offers four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms and 3,330-square-feet. Built in 1959, the house was designed by Seattle’s own Thomas Dunstan. Dunstan rose to prominence in the 1940s and was known for his innovative designs—including some of the state’s earliest ranch designs.
The property’s single-floor layout is full of midcentury character, including exposed beams, clean, geometric lines and floor-to-ceiling windows that fill the space with light. A large, stone fireplace is an interior focal point and serves to define the living and dining spaces. Every room offers a unique view of the surrounding environment—from the towering trees just outside to the mountainside and nearby Lake Sammamish.
Recent updates to the home include the installation of hardwood floors in the living room and bedrooms. Additional updates include thoughtful updates to the kitchen, remodeled bathrooms and a new roof.
Just in time for summer parties and backyard lounging, the home’s pool is flanked by ample outdoor living space. Perfect as we move into Seattle’s warmest months, the pool was recently remodeled to the tune of $40,000 and is in pristine, ready-to-use condition.
Listed by Barbara Pexa and Terri Augustyn, Keller Williams Realty Bellevue | Listed at $1,595,000