A waterfront location meets masterful Midcentury architecture in this gorgeous Poulsbo home, listed for $1.19 million. Located at 2491 Parma Flats Way, it boasts more than 3,300 square feet, with 2 bedrooms and 1.75 bathrooms.
The 1966 construction from William Bain Jr., of NBBJ — who also worked on Pacific Place in downtown Seattle, the Four Seasons Olympic Hotel restoration, and the United States Pavilion at Expo ’74 — is perched on a bluff, offering plenty of seclusion and picturesque views of both mountains and water.
It’s both the indoor and outdoor spaces that are the stars of the show here, where there’s 230 feet of sandy, private waterfront.
Fortunately, it’s easy to enjoy the indoors and outdoors at the same time, thanks to ample floor-to-ceiling windows. The main living area is spacious and flexible, with the round fireplace in the center a particularly artful touch.
The kitchen remodel, with expansive views of its own, has been done just right, fitting in seamlessly with the rest of the home. While there are new features, like stainless steel appliances, the kitchen retains the original terrazzo flooring that graces the rest of the main floor.
The master bedroom has plenty of space, along with its own deck with Puget Sound vistas.
Let nature nurture you while you luxuriate with a soak in the master bathroom, where the coziness of the woods envelops you.
The daylight basement makes for a great family room, media room, or art studio — the options are abundant!
While we think this is the kind of home you’ll want to spend as much time in as possible, it’s also got great potential to be a weekend home and/or a vacation rental. Airbnb is expecting record visitors to the Seattle area this summer, and the Northwest is only growing in popularity. The income potential is there — after all, who wouldn’t want this view on vacation?
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