Historic Normandy Park Home Apparently Heading Towards Demolition

Our news partners at The Seattle Times report that a historic, beachfront Normandy Park house that was trying to be sold will apparently be demolished.

According to The Times:

A beachfront house in Normandy Park, designed by architect Paul Thiry, often called “the father of Northwest modernism,” is apparently headed for demolition following unsuccessful attempts to find a buyer who could have it moved.

The unusual concrete-reinforced five-bedroom home, with a top level that projects out over the shoreline, was built in 1962, the same year as the Seattle World’s Fair, for which Thiry was lead architect.

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