A hilltop home designed by Moritz Kundig—father of Olson Kundig’s Tom Kundig—has hit the market in Nine Mile Falls, Washington, just outside of Spokane. Known as the Wallmark House, the spacious residence last sold in 2018 after remaining with the original family for over 55 years. The 10-acre property comes with a stretch of shoreline on Long Lake and has been restored by the current owners.
A native of Switzerland and long-time resident of Washington, Mortiz Kundig is well-known for his decades long career, which foregrounds an appreciation for the local landscape and materials. This particular property was listed in the Spokane Register of Historic Places in 2016, which noted its "museum-worthy" condition and significance as a classic example of midcentury-modern architecture.
Offering nearly 3,400 square feet of interior space, the home comes with three bedrooms and two full bathrooms, as well as a separate office/den area. Along with the original section of the structure, a solarium and adjacent hallway were added in the 1970s to accommodate indoor gardening for the Wallmark family. Today, both spaces serve as sunlit living areas overlooking the lush surroundings. Keep scrolling to see more of the home, listed for $1,100,000.
The Wallmark House, located at 14701 N Oxford Road in Nine Mile Falls, Washington, is currently listed for $1,100,000 by Alice Galeotti of Windermere Real Estate.
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