Sometimes there’s a puzzle where the pieces just seem to easily work together with each touch. That magical feeling was the case in a recent Modern home we brought to market.
Today, A-frames still conjure associations with vacation homes and picturesque ski chalets perched atop remote mountain landscapes. But what about a modern A-frame for the 21st century?
This year has been a busy one for the real estate market in Seattle, if not quite as booming as 2018. We took the time to speak with real estate broker Heidi Ward, who specializes in assisting her clients with buying and selling modern and luxury homes throughout Seattle. During our talk, she shed some light on this past season as well as let us in on her thoughts on how the real estate market will be impacted by the upcoming holiday season.
A city is defined by its people, but individual architects inspire changes others can’t see. Ralph Anderson was an architect who saw the value in the historic and the potential of the future. Even if you don’t realize it, if you’re familiar with Seattle, you’re familiar with his work.
Be prepared to wrap yourself in high design as you arrive at the end of the private road at 1031 NW Elford Drive. As you arrive at the end of the private road at 1031 NW Elford Drive, the first thing that will catch your breath is the view.
Janof appreciates the subtle details of the home rothat make it not only impressive in architecture and home design, but also special to the Seattle area. From the outside the home is rectangular and geometric, but without the typical angles you see in Pacific Northwest modern homes. It has a flat roof and tons of glass.