Seiler House Tour
March 15, 2014Mercer IslandJoin us for our first event of 2014!
We'll visit the Seiler house on Mercer Island. Built in 1960 for Boeing engineer Ralph Seiler and his wife Gloria, the residence was designed by architect Roderick G. Parr. The original landscape was designed by Ed Watanabe, landscape architect. The house is a fine example of mid-century Northwest modern architecture that has been sensitively and comprehensively updated for contemporary living.
WHEN: Saturday, March 15, 2014. Come anytime between NOON and 3 pm.
WHERE: 5005 88th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
COST: $5 per person
NOTE: Very limited on-street parking is available along 88th Ave SE. The house is the last house at the north end of the block. Please do not block any driveways. We encourage you to carpool. 88th Ave SE is split into two sections that do not connect. DO NOT go on 88th Ave SE off of SE 48th St. DO take the turn off Island Crest Way near Island Park Elementary School and head north on 88th Ave SE away from the school. There may be limited parking spaces in the school's parking lot. Tour attendees have permission to park there.