Wallmark House was designed by Mortiz Kundig (the father of Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig) in 1962 and is a landmark residence on the outskirts of Spokane, Washington. It sits on 10 acres of wooded land on the shore of Long Lake. The 3400 square feet of interior space has been restored by its existing owners, like a time capsule, retaining its original terrazzo tile flooring, custom teak cabinets, cedar ceilings, and locally sourced lava stone fireplaces. Multiple skylights wash the interior space with natural light, while the walls of the windows envelop the living space on the calm lake. The spacious outdoor terrace and solarium with trees offer more views. The house in the middle of this century was only sold for the second time. This is a rare opportunity. Click here for more details about the Wallmark House.