A Spectacular Pacific Northwest Home Remodeled by Tom Kundig Asks $3.45M

A Spectacular Pacific Northwest Home Remodeled by Tom Kundig Asks $3.45M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo
This Pacific Northwest gem is set on a 3.26-acre forested lot just 20 minutes from downtown Seattle.

Originally built in 1977, and remodeled in 2000 by Seattle-based architect Tom Kundig, this expansive home is located in The Highlands, a cooperative community in Shoreline, Washington. The home's spacious interiors connect to the outdoors with immense pivot doors, and floor-to-ceiling windows frame views of the surrounding forest. 

Much of the home—including the soaring library-like bookshelves—is constructed of mahogany sourced from Benaroya Hall—the home of the Seattle Symphony. The property also includes a finished basement, a heated pool, and fruit trees.

The grand entrance to the home features a full-height steel pivot door. 

The kitchen has top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, including a French Morice stove with two ovens (one gas, one electric), a glass-front, Sub-Zero refrigerator, a built-in espresso maker, and a walk-in pantry.

Full-height French doors lead from the den to the pool area.

An oversized steel pivot door can close off the dining room.

Full-height French doors topped with clerestory windows flood the open space with natural light. 

A cozy, library-like reading area lies just off the dining area. The wood-burning fireplace has a gas starter.

Shop the Look
Ben Soleimani Nahla Rug
Pairing a clean, linear look with a sumptuous feel, the Nahla is hand-woven by master artisans from silken, blended yarns that create a dense, generous pile. Tonal gradients of color seem to shift with the light. Our rugs are artisan crafted and no two are alike.
Burrow Nomad Club Chair
This stately chair ought to come with a large "do not disturb" sign. We wrapped our Nomad armchair frame in top-grain Italian leather to create the throne every living room deserves. Includes a year-long pass to utter things like "I was watching that" with eyes closed.
Rejuvenation Cypress Articulating Sconce
The most unusual element of this piece, which is made up of 25 components and takes up to 4 weeks to produce, is the pivot joint. Designed to hold heavy glass shades, it was inspired by a motorcycle clutch, according to the engineer Loren Hanson.

The custom bookshelves are made of mahogany sourced from the Seattle Symphony Orchestra's Benaroya Hall.

The master bedroom features spacious walk-in closets with mahogany dressers, a skylight, and French doors leading to the backyard.

The master bath has a steam shower and a jetted tub. Floor-to-ceiling windows keep the interior bright.

The backyard has beautiful landscaping, fruit trees, and a spectacular heated pool. 

The home is located in The Highlands, a neighborhood designed by the Olmsted Brothers in 1907. The community is made up of 107 homes spread across 400 acres, and it includes walking trails, tennis courts, a community swimming pool, private beach access, and more.

130 Huckleberry Lane NW is listed for $3.45 million by Aaron Janus of RE/MAX Integrity.

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