Seattle architecture fans know the names Bert Tucker and Robert McKay Shields. The two started an architectural firm along with Roland Terry that created some of Seattle's most iconic mid-century homes as well as notable locales such as Canlis Restaurant and the KIRO building. Their partnership came to an end in the early 60's but before it did, they finished designs for this 6-BR in Fauntleroy that just hit the market asking $1.145M. The interiors are so very 1960's modern and accents like the terrazzo floors and vintage light fixtures keep that motif alive. The covered porch and its view are the scene-stealers here. With some restoration (i.e. the kitchen), this classic Pacific Northwest contemporary has a chance to stay that way.
· 9830 47th Ave SW [Estately]