Holy dream house. Check out this waterfront architectural masterpiece in Normandy Park. This Puget Sound waterfront estate is set on a remarkable natural site combining 242 feet of sandy shoreline, direct beach access and over one acre of private grounds. This house is party central but offers enough space to decompress and go into full relaxation mode.
Sprague’s organ, built in the 1930s, was a theater organ—the kind prevalent during the silent film era, but far less common today. According to the Puget Sound Theater Organ Society, a preservation group devoted to such organs, Sprague’s organ combined multiple instruments: A Wurlitzer organ from the Liberty Theatre in Lewiston, Idaho, salvaged elements from an Estey organ removed from …
This mid-century abode, located at 3735 SW 171st St. in Burien, was totally reimagined in the 1960s by Einar Anderson, one of Seattle’s most prolific architects. When the work was finished, Anderson and his family lived in the home for decades. Now, the waterfront house is for sale for just under $3 million.
Three Tree Point stands on an iconic waterfront street in this lively coastal community. The three-bedroom Craftsman-influenced house, custom built in 2006, has beamed ceilings, wood trim and details, clerestory and oversize windows framing sea and mountain views, a main room with fireplace, a tile-and-granite-trimmed kitchen, an upper floor with two master-size en suites, and space to install an elevator.