Lake view Modern-
Designed and built in 1974 by Architect Brian Brand, as his personal residence, 11 94th Ave NE invites the outdoors in, through the artful use of natural light, large panes of glass, thoughtful application of angles and geometry, and the use of honest, natural materials- wood, brick, steel and ceramics.
Sited on a private, quiet cul-de-sac, between Medina and Bellevue, with wooded views of Meydenbauer Bay from every room, the 3 bedroom, 3 bath Modern Home offers 2151sf of efficient living space.
The 9990 square foot lot surrounds the structure in a canopy of green while walkways are lined with ground covers, and numerous mature plantings in oversized urns.
Steps to the waterfront of Clyde Beach Park. Walk to dinner in Old Bellevue or the shops at Bellevue Square. Minutes to 520.
Offered at $1,728,168.
Public Open House: Come See this intriguing Lake View Home!
Saturday May 21, 1pm - 4pm
Sunday May 22, 11am - 2:30pm
- 3 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- 2 Garages
- 2,151 sq. ft.
- Meydenbauer Bay
For more information, contact:
Keller Williams Greater Seattle
Green sentries stand at attention, ushering visitors into your quiet citadel.
Light, brilliant and inviting, floods every corner. Full height windows bathe the living room in its rays, while the fireplace nook sets the scene for more intimate moments.
Wraparound full-height windows, the warmth of terracotta brick, brisk geometry and clean lines combine to create a home with a refined, yet distinctly casual flair.
Stained Glass, Fire, natural wood and the simple elegance of clean angles makes for an irresistibly romantic entertainment space. Pour a glass: we'll wait.
Intimate, inviting, open - all great attempts to capture in words, what one minute of experiencing this home will tell you in your bones. It's rare that a home so captures the soul of meaningful space. There's something magical here.
The heart of the home needs light, too! Multiple windows flood the brick-soled foodie workspace with natural warmth, and the light toned cabinets serve to reflect it, keeping the mood, and the space, bright.
Not your standard yawning cavern of a kitchen. This is the setting for efficient, industrious, meaningful food preparation. Everything you need: light, appliances, worktops. And nothing extraneous, keeping the focus on function.
Not so much a chef's kitchen, this is more of a Cook's kitchen. What's the difference, you ask? Chef's have staff. This is more for the serious cook, the menu planner in-chief, the maestro of entertainment, that foodie you know who manages to effortlessly produce gastro-delights from magical ingredients. You know who you are...
Sized as a small bedroom, or a comfortable office, this corner of the home could also be the ideal guest getaway.
Sunken Tub, tiled surround, muted tones...
Following the theme of light and geometry, the upper floor landing is a study in curves and angles, with one clean flowing line blending into the next, and shadows interplay amongst the magic. Broad panes of glass pull in the outdoors, while crisp tones of muted white and grey provide counterpoint.
Set under a sloping roof, with a skylight, fireplace and built-ins to set the mood, one gentle tug on the pocket door handle sequesters you in this intimate space. Light spills over the wall from the entry, firelight dances on the ceiling in primeval tones, and the soundtrack is...
A sloping roof, sunlight tilting in through the skylight, fire crackling, books open on the floor, soft throws splashing color, and drinks. Your plans for the evening?
Clean lines, bright natural light, muted tones.
Escape to serenity. Lake views, solitude, brilliant natural daylight, and a door with a lock. Oh, and room for shoes!
Built-in storage and a walk-in closet mean you're surrounded by the stuff you really like, in a room that's just for you. What could be better?
To complete the sense of retreat...
The front yard, set above and facing toward Lake Washington Blvd, is separated from the street by a tall hedge, and walled on either side by the arbor and large trees. Private, quiet, serene.
To the left, across Lake Washington Blvd, is Clyde Beach Park, on the shore of Lake Washington's Meydenbauer Bay. The park includes a play structure, waterfront, swim area, beach, and a broad expanse of grass to picnic or play on.
From the Living Room, tree-filtered views of Meydenbauer Bay.
Step out of the kitchen, onto the deck with drinks, and to the patio for a little time in the sun.
Pull up a patio chair, curl up with your book in the arbor shade, and enjoy an afternoon... or two