It's not often you find a modern home instilled with this much history, featuring almost 400' of the best shoreline Lake Washington has to offer. Rising from the prairie, this home was designed with such on-site-specific architecture that it feels like it's always been there. Hailing from a long line of Swedish lumberjacks and stone quarriers, this home was built as as homage to family as a place to gather and a place to retreat. Highlights include: Barrel-vaulted douglas fir ceilings in the living room atop soaring steel beams and sunny clerestory windows. Huge sections of Kasota limestone in the building's foundation and main fireplace. Expansive kitchen with commercial appliances, 12' sliding Shoji panels, and a 6' wide Vetterstone lintel over the kitchen window. Flooring tile ranges from New York Bluestone along the front walk, porch floor & patio, and Indian slate in the powder room with Scottish Kirkstone on the vanity. The master suite continues the floor to ceiling windows and features an open staircase up to a crows nest office with access to the observatory on the roof above. The master bath offers a walk-in shower with separate tub, dual vanities, a dressing room all leading to a 30' walk-in closet. Downstairs, you'll find a large game room, family room, two more bedrooms, another full bath, a second laundry room and a large storage room. The garage offers plenty of heated parking and an attached workshop. Other highlights include a 3-season porch, hot tub, stunning landscaping, naturalized prairie, and boathouse. The lead-coated copper roof and stone used on the exterior of the home create a sense of permanence. This home is like none other. To find out more, schedule a private tour today.