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This 3+ bedroom, 2.5 bath mid-century home was designed in 1952 by Albert Fenwick Simonson. It was recently refashioned in 2016 by House Healers and features a collection of historical architectural artifacts showcasing a century of Pacific Northwest history.

A private woodland creekside sanctuary in Maple Leaf

There aren't many places where you can live 2 minutes from a mall and also be tucked away on 12,523 square feet of woodlands with a flowing creek in your backyard. This 3+ bedroom, 2.5 bath mid-century home was designed in 1952 by Albert Fenwick Simonson. It was recently refashioned in 2016 by House Healers and features a collection of historical architectural artifacts showcasing a century of Pacific Northwest history.

Features:

  • 3,300 SF
  • 3+ Bedrooms
  • 2.5 Baths
  • Creek Frontage
  • Repurposed artifacts
  • 2-car garage
  • Year Built: 1952
  • 2 Lots: 12,523 SF
  • Offered at: $1,100,000

Repurposed artifacts include:

  • Entry area chandelier: Aged and stamped copper from Bainbridge Island, circa 1957
  • Entry area steel door: From Filson Factory by Queen City Metal Seattle, circa 1900
  • Kitchen bar: Sustainably harvest old growth Sequoia, circa 1635
  • Master suite: Steel service elevator doors from Palladian Hotel, circa 1900
  • Master bath oak vanity: From Brutalist Mosaic sideboard, by Lane, circa 1970
  • Interior doors: Old growth fir, from house on Cleopatra Place, Ballard, circa 1919
  • Trim: Old growth fir from Capitol Hill house, circa 1904
  • Lower bath vanity: Painted fir cabinet, McCarver Elementary, Tacoma, circa 1930
  • Fir cabinets: From Arbor Heights Elementary, West Seattle, circa 1957

Check out the listing at Heron House offered by the EK Group and Windermere Real Estate.

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