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Sustainable Magnolia home with Salmon Bay views

Houses, Magnolia

Designed for sustainability by Vandervort Architects, 4200 29th Ave. W is a three-bedroom Northwest contemporary home in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood. The 2,750-square-foot property offers water- and mountain views from multiple outdoor spaces, plus an airy interior filled with natural light. 

Built in 2005, the home sits on a corner lot encased by native vegetation. Inside, bright wood floors, ceilings and overhead beams reflect light from numerous windows. The open-concept kitchen features ample storage and countertop space, floating shelves, an eat-in bar and gas range. Home cooks will also enjoy the kitchen’s connectedness to the nearby living and dining rooms, deck and library.

A floating staircase with metal railing heads up to the master bedroom and downstairs to a large, informal living space. Meanwhile wood and glass terraces, decks and patios across the property encourage time spent outdoors. Enjoy expansive views from interior and exterior vantage points including of Ballard, Salmon Bay and the Cascade Range. The home’s primary suite offers the same enticing views across northwest Seattle, plus soaring ceilings and a spa-like bathroom.

Listed by Christine Doucet and Greg Rosenwald | Listed at $1,995,000