Circa 1962 Century 21 and the Seattle World’s Fair, a Mid-Century Modern home in the Montlake neighborhood
Sophisticated Mid-Century Modern Home with a clean modern artist’s palette of color, form & design. Walls of windows frame treetop views in circa 1962 “Century 21”-era Mad Men styled home with 3 Bths/3BR (and a cute “sleeping cubby”), family room, luxurious master suite with a soaking tub & heated floors. Completely remodeled kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, dual oven and quartz counters. Entertain in style on covered deck with a pizza oven. Original awesomeness, yet updated with a hip mid-century vibe. Shagodelic, Baby!
Video Tour of 1414 E. Lynn Street
Walls of windows bring the outside indoors in this beautiful home
Wonderful office space or main floor family room with modern cantilevered ceiling
New kitchen with stainless steel appliances, center island and quartz counters
Sumptuous master suite with romantic gas fireplace and luxurious bath with soaking tub and separate shower
Outside deck runs almost the entire length of the back of the house, complete with tile floor and pizza oven or barbeque!
Wonderfully landscaped grounds with magical paths and organic vegetable gardens.
This beautifully maintained mid-century home is a classic style with all updated systems and ready for immediate occupancy
Located near Montlake Community Center
Montlake Community Center is located in the Montlake neighborhood of Seattle, just south of the University of Washington. They offer sports programs, clay classes, yoga and incredible summer camps for kids. On the fields, you’ll find soccer and softball and there’s a kids playground and tennis courts too!
Adjacent to historic Interlaken Park
In the 1890’s, Interlaken Boulevard was the principal bike and buggy path linking Capitol Hill with the boulevards on Lake Washington. The conversion around that time of the high bicycle wheel to the low bicycle wheel made bicycles much easier to ride and very popular. Assistant City Engineer George F. Cotterill, conscious of the hazards of biking on city streets lined with planks, toured the city to look for good bikeways. His bike trails formed the basis of the city’s boulevard system, and in 1903, the Olmsted Brothers approved Interlaken as a boulevard route. It soon became popular with walkers and auto drivers, who appreciated the views of mountains and lakes. In 1913, five acres of the Interlaken area were set aside as Boren Park to honor Louisa Boren Denny, the last surviving member of the party of pioneers that landed at Alki in 1851.
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