Holmes Point mid-century by Anker Molver with lake views
Perched high among the trees of Holmes Point, a rare mid-century designed by Anker Molver hit the market last week at 6625 NE 132nd St in Kirkland. Sitting on a near half acre lot at the end of the street, enjoy west-facing views of Lake Washington.
Built in 1962, this 3,070 square foot home features all the iconic finishes of the era. Warm wood touches meet brick and stone pavers and vaulted ceilings through the main level. A wall of windows connects the living room to the kitchen and the outdoors. The private upstair level features the three bedrooms including the primary with an ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet. A private wall of windows means you’ll wake up to views of the lake every day.
Outside, everything the PNW has to offer greets you from the deck, which can only be described as massive! Stretching the entire length of the house and wrapping around several trees, enjoy the multiple sitting areas for entertainment and relaxation. There’s no end to the privacy and serenity this home has to offer.
Priced at $2,600,000
Listed by Shannon Campbell | COMPASS