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- SOLD -

A truly singular home in Seattle's cultural epicenter, this midcentury modern masterpiece packs a lot of value into a small package. Designed by Victor Steinbrueck as his own residence, This urban oasis is sited on a wooded corner lot featuring super high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass along the entire west side, and a ribbon of corrugated glass skylights along the east roof line. Every inch of the home was thoughtfully designed to provide ample daylight and storage. The north living room and south bedroom cedar-faced walls extend to the outside to shield a large garden-facing deck, where you can relax in privacy to the sounds of the bubbling pond or enjoy the sunset through the trees.

1401 E Spring St, Seattle, WA 98122

Nuts and Bolts

  • 1130 square foot home

  • 5100 square foot lot

  • AIA Honor Award 1952

  • Off street parking spot

  • 1 bedroom | 1 bathroom

  • Gas furnace (Trane)

  • Full unfinished basement

  • Newer Ipe deck and porch

  • Built in 1950

  • 2023 taxes= $6859

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