Seattle Modern Home Tour 2014 At a Glance
The annual architecture tour returns with six lust-worthy new specimens.
Ready for a major case of house envy? Seattle Modern Home Tour is back this Saturday, March 22 with six new architectural gems and a whole lot of design candy. Properties this year range from a minimal single-family home in Madison Park and a slick penthouse condo overlooking Interbay to a midcentury-modern remodel in West Seattle and a contemporary Built Green residence in Issaquah.
Can't make it this weekend? You could always pony up a down payment for one of the homes on tour (one is listed for $2.8 million and another for a cool $1.5 million)—or just rubberneck vicariously through us.
This midcentury reno in West Seattle has a Japanese-style master bath, two master suites, and contemporary exterior features. Architecture by Robert Bonner.
Talk about living large: this penthouse condo takes up the entire top floor and features a massive outdoor patio with views of downtown and Elliott Bay. Architecture by E. Cobb Architects.
A lofty remodel of a 1980s property equals a new architectural angle in Leschi, including an open living space and grand master suite. Architecture by Robert Hutchison and Tom Maul.
Tucked into a woodsy Maple Leaf locale, this midcentury charmer still retains plenty of original character, from warm wood cabinetry to a cantilevered roof. Architecture by James Chiarelli.
As if its clean lines and contemporary material palette weren't cool enough, this custom family home in Madison Park boasts a floating staircase and windows for days. Architecture by E. Cobb Architects.
An airy layout and surprising design features (just check out that vertical fireplace siding) make this new build in the Issaquah Highlands a contemporary standout. Architecture by Noble Ridge Construction.
Seattle Modern Home Tour
March 22, 11am–5pm (self-guided), $30–$40