First Hill Home in Northwest Regional Style Has Sweeping Views: House Hunt

First Hill home, designed by Northwest Regional architect Ralph Anderson, is listed at $998,000. Check out this and other properties for sale in a virtual house hunt.

A First Hill home, designed by Northwest Regional architect Ralph Anderson, has sweeping views of Seattle and the Olympic Mountains. The home was built in 1963, and is listed by Kirsten Robertson of Coldwell Banker Bain.

The description of the property is as follows:

Designed by renowned NW architect Ralph Anderson, considered one of the fathers of NW Regional Style. This 4BD/2.5BA home epitomizes his aesthetic. The home is perched on Mercer Island's First Hill and takes in sweeping views of Seattle, the Olympic Mountains, the I-90 bridge and the tops of the University District. The views are enjoyed from both levels of the home and walls of windows establish a strong connection to the outdoors. Close to shopping, restaurants and Seattle and Bellevue.

Videos of other Mercer Island homes for sale also were recently uploaded to YouTube. Each address links to the YouTube video (also attached to this article). Each address is also shown on the map attached to this article:

3005 69th Ave, Mercer Island

8557 SE 76th Place, Mercer Island

 7203 West Mercer Way, Mercer Island

4544 Ferncroft Road, Mercer Island

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Jerry Gropp Architect AIA March 30, 2013 at 05:16 AM
. Ralph Anderson was one of the best NW architects. We were neighbors long ago- out in Innis Arden. J-
Venice Buhain March 30, 2013 at 03:42 PM
Jerry, the video certainly makes an impression. That home seems to have a nice layout.
Jerry Gropp Architect AIA April 02, 2013 at 06:20 PM
Venice- I'm always glad to see the better-designed homes featured on MI Patch. J-
Connie Carson April 02, 2013 at 08:11 PM
We attended so many memorable parties in that house. And the owners raised a lovely family there too. Very Northwest style.


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