Filed under: Estates
On the list of architectural periods the 1970s doesn't usually light my fire but this home in Clyde Hill, Washington is proof that 70s architecture can be simple and classic and that dated isn't always dreadful. The five-bedroom home was built in 1970, a fact which can be seen in the style of the fireplaces, but it has a bright contemporary style with large glass windows. The site has beautiful views out over the trees which can be appreciated from the large deck The lower level has a separate entrance and a unique library, kitchenette and media room area. This home is listed at $2.5 million. Pictures after the jump or bigger pictures in the gallery.
Gallery: Clyde Hill Home