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The Ingle-Cleland House, featured in Pacific Northwest Living in 1955, was designed by William Beye Fyfe, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s first apprentices at Taliesin, and frames unmatched views of Lake Washington, Mt Rainier, and the Cascades from its dramatic glass-walled two-story living room.  Fyfe tracked the sun’s path and sited the home on its large lot to maximize the views, privacy, and the use of natural light. The grandeur of the living room is complemented by the coziness of the home’s family room, located on the other side of a sunny, mahogany kitchen. Expanded in 1977 by beloved local architect L. Jane Hastings, the home bears many of the hallmarks of Usonian design (limited exposure on the public-facing side, clerestory windows) and Fyfe’s own hallmark of drawing in fresh outdoor air through louvers beneath fixed windows.  The garden surrounding the house, with its native plants and unfussy landscaping, was featured in Northwest Living in 1997. 

7834 56th Pl NE, Seattle, WA 98115

- 2022 Taxes - $12.056

- View Ridge Elementary School

- Eckstein Middle School

 - Roosevelt High School

- 2,527 SF house

- 12,240 SF lot 

- Designed by architect Bill Fyfe

- Expansive views of Lake Washington, Mt. Rainier, and The Cascades

 - 3 bedrooms 

- 2.5 Bathrooms

- Built in 1951

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