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Blue Ridge Cape Cod by George Stoddard asking $1.05M

This 3-BR was designed by one of the most influential early 20th Century architects in Western Washington

Once known as the "Son" in Seattle architectural firm Stoddard & Son, George Stoddard grew up to establish his own firm and become one of the most influential architects in Western Washington. Stoddard spent over four decade career designing notable homes & structure in the region and the 3-BR Cape Cod home at 10042 Valmay Avenue NW is among them.

The house recently listed for $1.05M and it's got a bit of history, according to the broker babble. It was the ninth home ever built in the Blue Ridge community back in 1935. You can still see that original charm even though there have been plenty of updates since. Specifically, you can imagine the kitchen looking pretty much the same though it's gotten just enough of a new sheen that you don't feel like you're still stuck in the 40s. We're really digging that oven.

Upstairs, bedrooms look warm and bright. The unique structure of the ceilings give each one a unique ambiance. Downstairs, the basement has a cool 60s party pad vibe going on, complete with wet bar and wall seating. Out back, a really charming patio and backyard to complete the package.
· 10042 Valmay Ave NW [Windermere]
· Stoddard, George W [WEWA]