Lincoln Park living has never tasted so sweet. A unique and special offering not seen in the last 50 years in one of the most desired enclaves of West Seattle. Tucked above Lowman Beach Park in a private cul-de-sac, sweeping views of sea, land, and mountain invoke serenity from the moment of arrival. The refreshing scent of pine from historic western cedars invigorates the senses, with 75-year-old rhododendrons creating a canopy that envelopes a classic English Tudor design. Steep gables draw the eye towards intricate pathways and brickwork whisking you to interior spaces. French doors swing open to the formal living room, where bay windows frame awe-inspiring water views. Hardwood floors carry you throughout the main, highlighting rooms suited both for grand entertaining and intimate conversations. Stir up celebratory events in the formal dining room or take refuge in the adjoining sitting room, with antique stove and iconic sights. Warm weather gatherings spill out to the generous view deck, overlooking nearby greenery with Bainbridge Island, Blake Island, and Vashon Island in the distance. Back inside a chef’s kitchen is suited to please with dual ovens, dishwashers, and sinks. A Sub-Zero refrigerator harmonizes with white farmhouse cabinetry, and incredible storage and counterspace await your next triumphant feast. Upstairs a primary bedroom revels in magnificent Puget Sound vistas with two cozy bench seats to enjoy the view. Fantastic closet space is found in built-in wardrobes and a spa-like ensuite bath makes each day feel like vacation. A second, spacious bedroom and serene bath complete the level. Upstairs imagination roars with cathedral ceilings decorated in friendly wood slats invite modernism, where two bedrooms add flexibility for your unique life. The home’s lower level serves as a storage haven. A secluded workshop entices carpenters alike, with storage space to hold your wonders. Bookcases showcase your collections and a wine cellar, large enough for tastings, awaits gatherings. Gardens wrap the home’s façade with a glamorous setting for summertime celebrations. Designed in 1949 by Oliver Ester, a protégé of Fredrick Olmstead who designed the Lake Washington Arboretum, the northwest landscape offers refuge with minimal maintenance. Mature plantings from the original design anchor park-like spaces with rhododendrons, azaleas, hydrangeas, hellebores, hostas, sarcococca, impatiens, and begonias invigorating renewed peace. A Mt. Fuji cherry tree connects fragrance and taste, with unbelievable garden beds prepared for a farm-to-table lifestyle. A dreamy location just blocks away from Lincoln Park and the Morgan Junction restaurants, cafes, and bars!