This home was featured in the Seattle Times! Click to read the article.

This isn’t the type of Light House used for navigation – it’s the type of Light House that has been designed to capture the light and the incredible views from the site.

Here in Northwest Washington, we really crave light and this house really captures the light and the owners will enjoy that sunny feeling all year round – the house’s many windows turn this into a lantern.

With its embrace of the outdoors, its seaside simplicity, its reverence for classic details, this home celebrates the power of place.

This home is located on a prominent site on the Main Street in Edmonds, Washington.

The central part of the home, including its entry, is placed at a 45 degree angle orienting the house toward the incredible views.

With impressive views of Puget Sound and a classic traditional design, the home is visually appealing and relates well to the traditional homes in Edmonds, while providing the many amenities, features, and spaces of contemporary lifestyles.

The house is designed so that all bedrooms, the living room, kitchen, dining, and home office are oriented toward impressive views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.

Watching the beautiful sunsets, as well as the Edmonds Ferry coming and going across the Sound, will be a visual and relaxing delight for the owners and their guests.

The living room and the kitchen and dining areas are oriented to the views of Puget Sound. These areas access the rear deck and are perfect for entertaining.

The wrap around deck also shares these views and is accessible from the living room, dining room, and kitchen.