The famous Seattle architect Stuart Silk, designed this iconic masterpiece in 1985. The house is located in Washington.
Usually when someone mentions a “1980s” house, images of pastel colors like lavender, peach and teal along with a mottle printed couch comes to mind. But this stunning estate that sits on Mercer Island is like nothing like those. And it’s on the market for $2.95 million.
$2.95 million House with a Dramatic Dining Area
The 3,850 square-foot, four bedroom, three bath house and its timeless design was created by famous Seattle architect Stuart Silk. The architect has designed a plethora of homes in the metropolitan area, Seattle Pi reported.
It has an iconic staircase floats upwards to a dramatic dining area and sunken living room. From there, you get a framing exquisite views of Lake Washington and the mountains. Those are some of the description on its listing on Windermere. The listing describes it as a unique classy home.
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