Architect Ibsen Nelsen, best known for designing Seattle's Museum of Flight, created this one-of-a-kind home. It reflects his core belief that everyone deserves access to great design. Set on a beautifully landscaped, over-sized lot covered in native plants and fruit trees, this MCM residence has retained hallmark details of the era, including Nelsen-designed fixtures and built-ins. High ceilings, wood beams and tall windows throughout the main floor create an airy lightness. The clever floor plan creates private outdoor spaces for recreating and gardening. The spacious lower level can be used as a rec room, guest space, media room or perhaps a shop. This distinct residence is a testament to the hopeful aspirations of the mid 20th Century.