This home was sold in March 2012


Main Living Wing

Living Room and Kitchen in Main Wing

Not a detail was left undone in this unique home.  From the much needed mudroom with coat and boot storage to the built-in computer stations in every bedroom, to two laundry rooms, this home makes today’s Northwest living easy.

Double Galley Kitchen in Main Wing

The chef’s kitchen is a double galley with two sinks, two dishwashers, a Subzero, a mini-drink fridge and mini freezer, appliance garages, all surrounded by new granite that tops the six person eat-in bar.  The kitchen opens to the main living space that is walled in windows to take full advantage of the natural surroundings and water view.  The glass back doors open to a large covered back deck.  Back inside a wood stove and radiant heat keep you cozy.   From the main living area you are directly connected to the rest of the home’s wings by stunning glass atriums.

The main living space upstairs area consists of a large sunilt studio and a small office or nursery and multiple storage spaces.

Sunlit Studio in Main Wing

Glass Atrium Leading to West Wing

West Wing

Connected by one of the glass atriums is the west wing.  The west wing is the homes “master suite” wing.  In the west wing there is another large living area, with a built-in media cabinet, another matching wood stove and a full second kitchen, also with granite.  In addition there are large storage pantries, a full bath and laundry room.

Living Space in West Wing

Upstairs the west wing has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, in addition to storage rooms, office nooks and a huge studio/bonus room.

Studio/Bonus Room in West Wing

The main room upstairs is a large,  skylighted studio, again with built-ins.  An upstairs hallway leads you back to the main wing where there is another large studio, with a computer station on the wall facing the water, a sink and built-in cabinets with pull-out drawers, and another office/nursery.  From there a stairway leads you back down to the main entry, hence back to the main living wing.

In the main entry area there is another hallway that has a mudroom area, large laundry room with cabinets and folding counters and the convenient access to the four-car garage.

East Wing

A bedroom in the East Wing

A Reading Nook in the Stairwell of the East Wing

Back in the main living area you can head over to the east wing.  The east wing was the “kid’s wing” for the current owners. In this wing there is another main living area, a bedroom, and bathroom downstairs.  In the downstairs area, there is an office space that could become the third kitchen, if desired.  Upstairs there are two more bedrooms, both again with built-in cabinets and computer workstations and another bathroom.  This wing, like the rest of the home features numerous built-ins for computers, storage, studying and reading.

Details About the Home

  • Single family waterfront home with three wings
  • 170 feet of waterfront
  • .96 acres
  • Built in 1998
  • Designed by architect Seri Yeckel
  • 6,405 square feet in three glass atrium connected buildings (wings)
  • Five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms
  • Two large studios with built-ins and storage
  • 6 bedroom septic system
  • Shared, two party well

At-a-Glance Features

  • Three wings connected by glass atriums
  • Chef’s kitchen with two dishwashers, two sinks, appliance garages, and storage galore
  • Covered decks line the back of the home for serene waterfront views
  • Metal roofing
  • Two full kitchens, both with new granite
  • New carpet in more than half of the home
  • Radiant H2O heat and two wood stoves
  • Multiple storage spaces, office nooks, computer stations, built-in media cabinets and reading nooks
  • Water views from all living spaces
  • An oil powered automatic Kohler generator
  • Custom landscaping, flagstone walks, a private approach, four car garage and several on-site parking spaces
  • Private security system
  • An elaborate dog run with multiple wings

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