True-to-the-era Mercer Island midcentury home
Built in 1957, 4275 Shoreclub Dr. is a three-bedroom midcentury home on Mercer Island. Its features and finishes largely left untouched since, it boasts lines blurred by walls of glass, vaulted ceilings and a cantilevered hearth that defines the main floor. Designed by architects Cooper & Sawers, the two-story property is laid out across 2,440 square feet with all three bedrooms, the kitchen and main living area upstairs and a dynamic rec room—ready for entertaining—on the first floor.
A few steps up from the split-level entrance, the main floor’s bright, cozy living room sits alongside a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. Enjoy peekaboo water views from the couch—or from the room’s adjoining wrap-around terrace. The kitchen’s built-in shelving and cabinets create a cohesive, streamlined kitchen that ends at the informal dining room. On one side of the upper level, the private primary suite offers a roomy layout and ensuite bath. The other two bedrooms are on the opposite side of the main floor.
Downstairs, a large rec room features its own fireplace and direct access to the backyard. A colorful, retro kitchenette features bar seating and countertops salvaged from a local bowling alley. Grab a drink or snack, and head into the yard—framed by bamboo and lush landscaping.
Listed by Adam Cobb, Windermere Real Estate | Listed at $2,095,000