A beautiful Clyde Hill Contemporary Farmhouse was the highlight of our February this year. This lovely home boasts 6,240 square feet of understated elegance, signature to the Pacific Northwest. Perched on the northwestern slope of Clyde Hill, this tastefully updated contemporary home is as comfortable for a party of two as it is for twenty five. Let’s take a tour!
The living room has grande Evergreen views of Lake Washington which are framed by floor to ceiling windows and an updated warm color palette. A luxury chandelier adds just a hint of elegance. We selected a neutral palette with white upholstered furnishings and natural wood tables for this space.
A natural wood dining table with black farmhouse style dining chairs creates a beautiful transition from living to dining in this open concept space. Our design team kept the palette throughout the home to provide a seamless flow between all rooms.
The theme continues into the kitchen which features luxury appliances and updates fit for a gourmet chef. We kept staging simple in this space to maintain focus on the simple yet stunning finishes used in this kitchen design.
A main floor master suite with sitting area and generous walk in closet are an owner’s delight. Attached in a large bathroom with a soaking tub and walk in shower. The bathroom also features his and hers sinks.
The lower level is centered on an oversized lounge area complete with second kitchen, fireplace, and exterior access to patio and grounds.
Lower Guest Suite
Adjacent to lower level community space is a private bedroom wing, laundry, and spacious second master or flex space. Completely private shy half-acre lot. Undoubtedly, this creates the perfect hosting space for having guests for the day or the week.
Obviously, this home was a hot listing and sold in a flash. This Clyde Hill Contemporary Farmhouse listed on February 19th 2021, this home was pending in just five days with multiple offers and sold for $250,000 over asking.
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