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.

Image: Courtesy Robert Bonner

This midcentury reno in West Seattle has a Japanese-style master bath, two master suites, and contemporary exterior features. Architecture by Robert Bonner. 

Image: Courtesy E. Cobb Architects

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.

Image: Michael Dickter, Focus Photography

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.

Image: Tanya Wilson, Windermere Real Estate

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.

Image: Courtesy E. Cobb Architects

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.

Image: Malia Campbell Photography

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

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