The home is 2,200 square feet with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Built in the 1960s, 16907 S.E. 34th St. is just a short stroll from Lake Sammamish.
It’s a midcentury modern, but the current-day modern touches don’t detract from its original beauty: they only make the home more ecological and convenient for today’s living. This Bellevue abode debuted at $1.225 million just a week ago, and yet is already pending.
The home enjoys the best of midcentury design, with tall angled ceilings and walls of glass framed by an abundance of wood, stone, and tile. Windows look out on the large garden and yard in the back, with a peek of the water and mountains beyond from the home’s upper level deck.
Upgrades to this property are important to mention. They include new ductwork and an HVAC system with SecureAire, Reme Halo LED for UV light, and Honeywell F100 filters. In the huge covered parking area, an EV charger awaits.
The lake is walkable from the home, as are Lake Sammamish community amenities. Lake Sammamish State Park is a six minute drive.
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The lot is is 9,730 square feet, landscaped with patio, garden, lawn and pathways.
The entryway showcases classic midcentury modern blurring of interior and exterior elements.
A large fireplace and hearth warm the dramatic angles in the living room.
The floor plan on this level is open, with the sitting area flowing toward the kitchen and spiral stairway.
An upper level deck looks toward the beauty of Lake Sammamish.
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