YARROW BAY MID-CENTURY

This classic mid-century home has been well cared for and appropriately updated since it was first built in 1953. There is one bedroom on the main floor along with a living room, formal dining room, kitchen, and sitting room (plus one main floor bathroom). Upstairs you will find an office space at the top of the stairs, along with a primary bedroom ensuite with an attached bathroom and walk-in closet. There is also a top floor deck attached to the primary bedroom. There is one additional bedroom on the second floor.

You will be getting the main floor (1,230 sq/ft) and upstairs floor (780 sq/ft) with this house move for a total of 2,010 sq/ft of living space. If you were to add a daylight basement under the house at your new property your total square footage would be approximately 3,200 sq/ft.

Due to the height of this home, it is best suited for waterfront or very near to barge access. Thankfully there are very few wires and obstructions to get it to water on the origin side, so it can be barged to most places around the Puget Sound within the US and beyond. And yes, this house can also be delivered by barge to Canada!

Please contact your local office for more information and to arrange for a tour.

MERCER ISLAND WATERFRONT

Discover this stunning 1934 custom-built waterfront residence, currently near Seattle on Mercer Island. This architectural marvel boasts an array of unique features, harmoniously blending historical charm with large open rooms for modern functionality. With 4 sizable bedrooms and 2.75 classic-tiled bathrooms, this home is a testament to timeless craftsmanship and design.

Step inside to find a world of custom woodwork that tells stories of the past. Built-in shelves offer a perfect showcase for your cherished collections, while the custom fireplace — featuring mid-century uplighting details integrated into the mantle — creates a warm, inviting ambiance. The kitchen is a treasure trove of classic details, featuring an early mid-mod classic stove/oven combination, transporting you back to a bygone era with cocktail parties and crock pots showing off the residents’ culinary artisanship.

The oversized living room is highlighted by vaulted wood beam details, reminiscent of a ballroom’s grandeur. Here, honey-colored oak floors beneath your feet further transport to a bygone era, accentuated by this home’s pristine, preserved beauty. The original glass light shades in the bedrooms cast a warm, welcoming glow, further accentuating the home’s unique character.

Original details abound, including a “cold cabinet” near the front door — once used to keep perishables cool — and a charming 1930s linoleum floor in the kitchen nook, adding to the home’s authentic appeal. This untouched classic is ready to be moved by barge to your waterfront land. This architectural treasure offers a rare opportunity to own a piece of Seattle-area history, meticulously preserved for the modern era.

Welcome to your waterfront dream, where the past and present meet in perfect harmony. Check with your local office for more information and/or to arrange a tour!

KINGSGATE MID-CENTURY CLASSIC

This well-priced Mid-Century classic home has a large open plan layout that is perfect for all stages of life; for a growing family, a second home, or even your forever home in your retirement years.

The kitchen/living/dining areas are all combined into one large, light-filled space with vaulted ceilings and a front-facing “window wall” to capture potential views!

The 1,572 square-feet being moved is plenty big on its own, but keep in mind that you may choose to have Nickel Bros deliver the house and lift it up so you can build a daylight basement underneath, giving you a whopping 3,000+ sq/ft total!!

Contact our office to arrange for a tour of this Kingsgate Mid-Century Classic home.

KINGSGATE RENOVATED MODERN

This over 1,800 sq/ft split-level home in Kirkland has been masterfully renovated and modernized, with large windows expanded outward, high-quality floors and finishes, and designer touches. The main part of the house is completely “open plan” style, with distinct areas for living room, dining, and kitchen but with a functional and inviting single vaulted space that’s perfect for entertaining or enjoying for you and your family alone.

There is a half-stair to a floor with your private spaces: A primary bedroom, second bedroom, and office space (which could also function as a guest bedroom). The bathroom is elegantly renovated with a custom tiled walk-in shower and bathtub.

If you take the half-stair downward you discover a separate partial floor with yet another bedroom and second bathroom.

This renovated modern home is perfect for your lot with view potential as well because of the large living room windows.

Contact us right away to learn more!

HISTORIC BUCK HOUSES

These two post-Victorian historic homes are being offered for a local house move (within the immediate Monroe, WA area) as a matched pair. Truly original and chocked full of beautiful architectural details, these houses would make for amazing historical rentals or vacation homes, or as urban architectural gems within the City of Monroe itself. We have priced the homes at $150,000 if moved at the same time ($75,000 each). As they are significant as a pair, we hope they can be kept together. Please inquire for price if only moving one.

The Buck Family in 1900 included Siralpha A. Buck and his wife Adeline. Beginning in 1894, he employed many men at Buck’s Shingle Mill on Woods Creek and provided utilities for the city through his Monroe Water and Light Company. Buck Island, in Al Borlin Park, is named after him.

The two Buck homes where the family lived are still standing at 143 and 135 Ann Street. They are exact twins of each other and were crafted in a simple farmhouse style. They have wrap-around porches supported by columns, bay windows downstairs and narrow windows upstairs. The historical society is launching an effort to move the homes before they are torn down for multi-family housing.

Please call your local office today for more information and to arrange to view these historical beauties!

Here is an article about the House Rescue efforts on these wonderful houses!

NOTE: If width is a factor along your destination route it is possible to cut off the side porch (saving columns and architectural details and reinstalling them later). This would reduce the width to approximately 28 feet wide (from 34 feet).

FINN HILL SPLIT-LEVEL MODERN

This traditional home has a nice, wide open living plan with a huge living room which opens to the kitchen. The bedroom sizes are generous, and the Master Bedroom has a palatial walk-in closet with plenty of storage.

Currently it is set up as a split entry with a half-staircase going both up and down from the front door. If you add back a full daylight basement, you would double the square footage to 2,600 sq/ft. If you keep it a single story and put it on a crawlspace, then you would simply move the front door up to the same height as the living room and fill in the floor where the half-stairs currently are. This would add a bit of square footage to the already-large living room!

This house is of good construction quality, and it has plenty of light, and generous room for your daily activities.

Contact your local office to learn more about this great house or to arrange to view it!

REDMOND MOOSE HOUSE

This remarkable Brick Tudor style house is a one-of-a-kind home with gobs of character and unusual features. The most prominent character feature is a lodge-style “Moose Room” (see photos) giving rise to the name of the house, the “Redmond Moose House.”

At 1,480 sq/ft on the main floor, this house is already spacious and well laid out. However, as you will see in the photos there is an unfinished attic space that is easily convertible to additional living space (and accessible via a real staircase). In addition, one could place the house on a full daylight basement to double the square-footage to roughly 2,900 sq/ft.

The interesting home is packed full of beautiful details like hardwood inlaid floors, leaded glass windows, charming tiled kitchen & bathroom and tons of built-ins and cubbies. You will not find a house anywhere else in the world that is quite like this!

We would suggest to remove the brick and siding with another material would be a cost-effective choice in this case and would make the price more negotiable.

We *love* this house and think you will love it too! Please contact the Washington office for a tour! Located in Redmond, WA, this is *STRICTLY* a local-only move. If you have property in Redmond or If you know anyone who has property in Redmond, please let them know about this one-of-a-kind find!

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Belfair Cozy Cottage

This Cozy Cottage is perfect as a second home or beach property. It is well-built with an open plan and perfect for family gatherings and vacations.
You enter the cottage into a large living space with living room, dining area, and kitchen. To the left there is a nicely-sized master bedroom, and to the right there is a small bunk room, which is perfect for kids!

At 650 square feet and narrow, this home will fit down most roadways to reach your property where others may not. If you need more space, raise it up for a full daylight basement, allowing you to affordably *DOUBLE* your square footage.

You will make many memories here! Call your local office today for more information or to arrange a viewing!

Note: Must be barged (cost determined by destination).

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