Historic triangular home on the market in Seattle

by Emily Marek

1500 Lakeview Blvd. E (via Clarity NW)

Designed by architect Robert Reichert, this asymmetrical A-frame known as “the Egan House” is nestled into St. Mark’s Greenbelt park in Seattle.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom property includes unique features like a floating staircase, a triangular terrace and a number of sculptural elements.

The historic home, established as a Seattle landmark in 2010, is on the market for $945,200. It’s listed by Barbara Brandt and Tanya Thackeray Wilson of Windermere Real Estate Co.

“Seattle’s Egan house is sculpture,” Brandt told Seattle Agent. “Clearly, Robert Reichert was exploring new ideas with the open volumes and floating staircase found in this fascinating home. [It’s] also historically significant to Seattle’s built environment, and has been landmarked to be shared with future generations.”

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