Fauntleroy Tudor is a Loveless trademark

We had the great pleasure of meeting of a long time owner of a Loveless home. Located on a dead end street in the Fauntleroy neighborhood of West Seattle, this home was truly lovely. Owned for the last 33 years, these owners love their home, their location and their privacy. In another Tudor revivalist home, the exterior is in stucco with leaded windows. A sloping roof line, dormers and nooks are distinctive. The house is covered in Ivy and the back of the house had bright crimson ivy leaves. A view of Vashon Island, an outdoor swimming pool make this an ideal location any time of year. Hardwood floors and a split staircase greet you as you enter the door. Leaded glass French doors lead to the living room and the office/study. Built in benches, bookcases and a lovely Batchelder tiled fireplace with a tree motif are Loveless signature designs. The kitchen was expanded and modernized yet kept in the classic style with subway tiles and black honed granite counters. Upstairs is spacious and intimate with Loveless classic arches, dormers and nooks to create plenty of places to hide away. The current owner has a painting studio upstairs with a view looking out over the water. The original owner moved nearby and his son lived two doors away for years and years. This is a West Seattle gem.