A University of Washington graduate, Burr Richards and his partner Bernard Carmin designed many high-end custom homes in the Seattle area in the years following World War II. In 1970, he designed this 3-BR, 3-bath home in Hunts Point called the Lindley House for his owners. That family has owned the home since but is finally putting it on the open market, asking $3.15M for this waterfront Northwest Contemporary. Wood finishes and exposed timber are the hallmark while big ceilings and walls of windows let in the light. The stone hearth fireplace in the center of the living space gives the whole home a lodge-like feeling. Out back, there's a pool and spa, while a beach kitchen & covered boathouse makes life a little more enjoyable down by the bay.