Mercer Island - First Hill
Contemporary and stylish, with thoughtful design and construction. It's easy for contemporary to be "cold" but natural materials ensure this home successfully combines clean lines and the warmth that bringing the outside in, provides.
This home's floor plan is generous and logical for a comfortable way of living.
Kirkland - West of Market
Big on "Wow Factor" from the dirt it sits on all the way through the beautiful cabinet hardware, this Kirkland home mixes art and architecture, culminating in a show stopper of a home.
Featured in 425 magazine, this home is the culmination and group effort of a client with vision, an architect with an ability to see the big picture as well as the details, and Lakeville Homes to make it a reality.
Mercer Island - Mary Wayte
Not your average new build, this home was planned with today's home owner in mind.
Located on a busy street, it proves that good design matters. Not only was vehicle movement considered but privacy is provided with a casita and courtyard.
The conventional approach to speculative home building would have yielded a conventional home. Lakeville Homes' approach to each property and each home created a unique solution that suits the modern home owner and their needs.
Clyde Hill Traditional
Sometimes old is old. These homeowners wanted the character of the traditional with the systems and open spaces of new construction. Add to the equation the quest for the right location with the perfect home on it.
Enter the custom home! After finding the right property in their desired neighborhood, the owners found Lakeville (who they had previously purchased a home from) to help their perfect home become a reality. Voila! A bit of Nantucket traditional in the community of Clyde Hill.
Mercer Island Manor
With a master-on-main floor plan, this home was built with a specific type of client in mind. One that appreciated the privacy and security that comes with a gated community, possibly with older children to take advantage of the area’s superlative schools. The main floor finishes are mature, elegant and understated, with a master bathroom that a homeowner might not ever want to leave.
The home features a chef’s kitchen, floor-to-ceiling masonry see-through fireplace, wet bar and a wine room with storage for several hundred bottles.