BEDS: 3 BATHS: 2 • 1,826 Sq.Ft. / LOT 8,349 Sq.Ft.
Built in 1966 by developer Robert Rummer, with design inspiration by Claude Oakland and A. Quincy Jones (Jones & Emmons Architects), this home is a classic example of post and beam architecture that quietly blends into its surroundings by combining mid-century modern and Pacific Northwest aesthetics.
Echoing the exterior, the interior palette encourages the experience of an indoor / outdoor living environment including the use of Vermont slate floors that evenly distribute the warmth of the original radiant heat system. The open floor plan surrounds the floor-to-ceiling glass atrium, offering an expansive feel and natural light throughout. The three bedroom two bath home makes the most of the outdoors with each bedroom offering a glass slider to one of the four landscaped yards. Inspired by Japanese gardens, each yard offers a different feel and low maintenance approach to the design.
In a neighborhood full of mid-century modern architecture, this home is an exceptional example of a design philosophy that brings the outside in.
Photos by Jason Locken