A group of six townhomes and one single family residence across from Lake Washington have designed by Pb Elemental Architecture in the Kennydale suburb of Seattle, Washington. Here’s the modern design picture of the lake park homes :
Residence feature from developer :
Unobstructable, panoramic views of Lake Washington and just steps from Gene Coulon Waterfront Park, Planned Burke Gilman biking and hiking trail extension across boulevard, Coveted western exposure, Landscaped entry courtyards, Private, two car garage with on-site guest parking, Custom milled, vertical-grain cedar and cement plaster exteriors, 8’ interior, solid-core doors featuring Soss, Häfele and Linnea hardware, Custom, commercial-grade windows and doors by Fleetwood, Living room glazing prewired for automated shades, Gas-fired, hydronic radiant in-floor heating throughout, Custom-built steel staircase featuring glass rails, 17’ custom skylight above floating staircase, Brushed stainless steel hand railings, White oak hardwood flooring throughout, Individual security systems, Wired for high-speed CAT-5 telecommunications, Polk Audio speaker system throughout, Extensive dimmer-controlled recessed lighting, Smooth wall interior finish, Dual-layer sound board for superior sound control, On-demand, tank-less, natural gas hot water system, Rooftop terrace offering an unobstructed 180-degree view of the lake and Olympic Mountains (Townhome 7).
Visit the development’s website – here.