Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: Loveless, Arthur L., Architect (firm); Arthur Lamont Loveless (architect)

Dates: constructed 1930

2 stories, total floor area: 6,780 sq. ft.

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6007 NE Windermere Road
Windermere, Seattle, WA 98105-2051

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In 1940, Henry C. Field, Sr., President of the Pacific Lumber and Shingle Company, and his wife, Marguerite, lived at this heavily shingled residence at 6007 NE Windermere Road in Seattle, WA. At this time, their son, Henry, Jr., who was in the US Navy, also resided at home. The house's roof was a showcase for the shingle products of Field's firm. This was especially notable in the hipped roofs covering the dormers on the roof.

Building History

According to the King County Assessor, this house was completed in 1930.

The Niedringhaus Family owned the parcel from at least 1993 until 2009, when it was sold for $7.8 million to Robert A. and Pamela Eshelman.

Building Notes

The residence occupied a long, thin 1.86-acre parcel with Lake Washington beach frontage. In 2018, the property contained a tram, built in 1957, boat dock, boat cover, 10 x 16-foot shed, a 21 x 15-foot gazebo, and an 8 x 8-foot spa. The house had 6,780 square feet on two floors and a 400-square-foot, finished basement in 2018.