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lower kennydale homesCalling Seattle area car enthusiasts (the ultimate in Seattle homes for cars) looking to live the Lake Washington lifestyle. Custom 1964 Northwest Contemporary home designed by acclaimed architect George W. Lucker. In sought after and sunny Lower Kennydale!

3701 Park Ave. N

You will revel in the carefully thought out design elements such as exposed structural beams with tongue & groove cedar vaulted ceilings, a full cantilevered deck, and floor-to-ceiling fireplace stonework, large attached 2 vehicle carport, 36” overhanging eaves with internal gutters, and mixed exterior wood textures finishing the envelope.  Complete with den, laundry, pantry, rec room, plus the crown jewel of garages for your car collection and/or shop: a fully equipped 732 square foot 3 car garage plus 154 sq ft inner shop addition designed by original architect to seamlessly flow with home’s aesthetic .

Situated just outside of Seattle, but offers the best of Puget Sound living. Enjoy close parks, shops, and more, plus close to the Seahawks training facility, and a convenient commute around greater Seattle.

Wide and deep garage layout allowing free movement in front of, and alongside parked vehicles with a ceiling height of 12’-3” to the peak. A dedicated “Project Niche” is incorporated just off the main floor. Special-order 18’ wide insulated vehicle door w/Dalton i-Drive opener featuring a custom track installation avoids interference with vehicles on lift. The garage is fully insulated, interior is finished throughout, and heated by 60Kbtu Dayton NG Dayton space heater for year-round comfort. Decorated in tasteful colors and accents, all brilliantly lighted by fluorescent wall-to-wall light-bars.  Integrated within is generous storage shelving above and away from floor areas.

Equipment includes a 9000lb Worth 2-post vehicle lift, a 60gal air compressor fully plumbed with ceiling air hose reel at center, pegboard tool panels, generous electrical outlets on all walls, painted epoxy floors, just add your workbenches and tools.seattle homes for cars

More details about this stunning NW Contemporary home near the shores of Lake Washington:

This custom home was designed in 1964 for builder O. L. Jacobson.  It was designed by local Seattle architect George W. Lucker who passed away in 2013. George W. Lucker produced several contemporary home designs in Seward Park, Magnolia, Mercer Island, including many apartment buildings in the metro area.  Mr. Lucker’s collective regional contribution to the Northwest Modernism Architectural Movement in Western Washington (WEWA) is cited in the Documentation and Conservation of the Modern Western Movement a non-profit architectural preservation group in Seattle, WA

In regards to the home and design elements; It was a contemporary design in its day, a 2 level living area, entry and foyer in-between floor levels, featuring large glass window panels in main living areas with exposed structural beams with tongue & groove cedar vaulted ceilings, a full cantilevered deck, floor-to-ceiling fireplace stonework, large attached 2 vehicle carport, 36” overhanging eaves w/internal gutters, and mixed exterior wood textures finishing the envelope. It remains in its original form with upgrades and repairs keeping faith with the initial design and theme. The original glazing has been replaced with Pella products which include the revised front entry door and portico.

The Jacobson home is 2451 sq/ft. and has 4 bedrooms, a den, a laundry, a pantry, 3 bathrooms, large recreation room w/fireplace, kitchen, dining, and living rooms, in addition to a foyer. $910,000

For more details or your own private showing:

Molly Cartwright 206-841-6800/ Courtney Cooper 206-850-8841

or email us at homes@cooperjacobs.com

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