The ways we think about home design are always changing. The Mediterranean style which was once the rage now seems to have fallen out of favor according to recent reports. There has been a surge of interest in modern homes, especially mid-century moderns, but also in homes that take classic styles and adapt them to our current clean-lined aesthetic.
The modern farmhouse is a style that continues to inspire. The Lake Sammamish 5 in Bellevue, Washington are five single family homes that are modern takes on the classic farmhouse. Designed by JW Architects, each home has classic gable roofs paired with open floor plans and modern amenities. Covered porches, decks, and sliding doors allow for contemporary indoor-outdoor living with a touch of tradition. This marriage of classic features and contemporary elements give each home a unique design while still creating a cohesive community.
The homes feature wide plank European White Oak hardwood flooring and large windows offering lake views.
The kitchen has quartz countertops and designer tile details. Cabinets are locally made with anti-slam hardware and dovetail drawers and the kitchens have a welcoming open floorplan for casual meals.
The homes were built with in-floor radiant heating and ductless heat pump for zone controlled cooling. They were crafted using an upgraded blown-in blanket high-performance insulation system which offers higher insulation and sound attenuation value. This home has an oversized three car garage.
This four-bedroom home is listed for $1.448 million with Windemere Real Estate and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.