Details & Features:
130 Huckleberry Lane NW

Shoreline, WA 98177
Offered at $3,450,000
Sold for $3,550,000
MLS 1450150

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The Unique Opportunity.

Every so often, a home will come to market and knock your socks off.  This is that home.  

Spectacular modern home re-imagined by Tom Kundig in The Highlands on a serene 3.26 acre forested lot only 20 minutes north of downtown. Incredible kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances is an entertainer's dream. Sumptuous master suite with dual walk-in closets and steam shower. Architectural details throughout include: steel pivot doors, walls of windows and a library constructed with mahogany from Benaroya Hall, home of the Seattle Symphony. Finished basement, heated pool, total privacy, much more. This is art you can live in.

The Architect.

Tom Kundig: This 1977-built home was re-imagined by Tom Kundig in 2000. Tom is an owner and design principal of Olson Kundig, an award-winning architectural firm based in Seattle with work that spans the globe from museums and wineries to places of worship and residences. Kundig has been the recipient of some of the world's highest design honors, including a National Design Award in Architecture from the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum and an Academy Award in Architecture from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.  In addition to receiving scores of awards across the globe, Tom's work has appeared in a diverse array of publications including on the covers of The New York Times magazine, ARCHITECT, Architectural Record and Architectural Digest. He has also published three books of his architectural projects: Tom Kundig: Houses, Tom Kundig: Houses 2 and Tom Kundig: Works.  Born in California and raised in Spokane, Washington, with undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Washington, Tom Kundig is locally and internationally known for his elemental approach to design where rugged materials are left in raw or natural states to evolve over time with exposure to the elements, and to human touch.

The Highlands.

While only a 20-minute drive to downtown Seattle, The Highlands feels a world away.  Once you pass through the 24 hour guarded gate, you’ll enjoy a quintessential Pacific Northwest experience.  Nothing quite compares to meandering through the old growth trees, with Puget Sound and the Olympics as a backdrop.  This neighborhood is like no other; designed by the Olmsted Brothers in 1907, this community of 107 homes is spread across 400 splendid acres.  A wonderful mix of privacy and community, this wooded enclave includes walking trails, tennis courts, community swimming pool, private beach access, preschool, chapel and much more. Learn about The Highlands here.

The Incredible Features.

Kitchen:
Morice stove, made in France with two ovens (one gas, one electric), four gas burners, a French top and grill area
Sub Zero glass-front refrigerator
San Marco espresso machine (built-in) and coffee grinder
Spacious walk-in pantry with secondary sink, dishwasher, and refrigerator - perfect for hosting events of all kinds

Master suite:
Steam shower, jetted tub, spacious dual walk-in closets with mahogany dressers, skylight and French doors to the backyard, patio and pool

The mahogany throughout the home comes from the construction of Benaroya Hall, the home of the Seattle Symphony

Both fireplaces burn wood and have gas starters 

Dual zoned heating with two furnaces 

All new LED lighting system 

Whole home audio system 

Heated pool 

The roof and new copper gutter systems were completely re-engineered in 2015 

Finished basement includes entertainment room, bedroom, laundry room and 3/4 bath 

Detached three car garage with loads of storage 

A veritable orchard with various fruit trees

Extensive landscaping includes irrigation system, Japanese maple trees

The Highlands

Designed by the Olmsted Brothers.
400 acres of PNW perfection and just 107 homes.

Architecture

Clean lines. Wide open spaces.
Incredible materials. A stunning setting.

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