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Grass Lake Rambler – SOLD

MLS #11414238

28817 191st Place SE, Kent WA 98042

1,365 square feet
3 bedrooms/1.75 baths
10,018 sq ft lot

Price: $368,000

Charming rambler w/abundant natural light & great floor plan on quiet street. New carpets & paint throughout. Bright kitchen w/newly painted cabinets & new fixtures. Spacious living rm w/adjoining dining rm & sun rm. Master features updated bath, granite counters & walk-in shower. 2nd bedrm & full bath + den/3rd bedrm off entry. Private large backyard w/new deck & shed/artist studio. 2-car garage w/extra covered parking & RV/Boat parking. Short walk to Grass Lake Elementary down the street!





MLS #1182172

13207 Holmes Point Drive NE, Kirkland 98034

3,906 square feet
3 bedrooms/Den/2.5 baths
5,010 sq ft lot

Price: $3,350,000

Exciting new Kirkland waterfront w/large private dock & 50 ft. of level frontage. Contemporary open concept plan w/ Nano style doors that open to covered & heated outdoor living space. Elevator to all levels. Designer kitchen w/Thermador appliances & butler’s pantry w/2nd oven, sink & wine cooler. Smart home w/security, AC & backup generator. Upper level master suite w/large bath/walk-in-closet & lake view study. Main floor office/media room. Covered storage and beautiful custom landscaping.




MLS #1076134

11503 Juanita Drive NE, Kirkland 98034

2,390 square feet
4 bedrooms/2.25 baths
64,033 sq ft lot

Price: $1,350,000

Striking NW Contemporary 2-sty on 1.47 acres backing to wooded ravine for privacy. Plus development opportunity w/ App. in process with Kirkland for Short Plat creating 3 additional lots. Perfect for small builder, investor or an ideal assemblage or compound. Unique floorplan with separate Master Ste. soaring ceilings, oak floors, basalt fireplace & new deck with hot tub. Big investment in engineering & fees, minimizing Risk of most potential projects. Terms considered, Great investment!


Yarrow Point Waterfront – SOLD

MLS: 509839

Listed at: $5,360,000

9005 NE 37th Place, Yarrow Point

Go anywhere in the world from Cozy Cove! Paddle the kayak to Kirkland for coffee, take a ski boat to Husky Stadium, or board the yacht and cruise to Alaska. Opportunities are endless with this west-facing waterfront sanctuary. A rare find with 80ft on Lake WA, a 50-ft covered slip & second covered slip, 4 boat lifts, lush .69 acre, 5-car garage, lake water irrigation rights, year-round moorage, and a 6,688sf home with a 2,800sf apartment. All with glorious views. It’s a lifestyle beyond compare!


Crime prevention meeting

Kristen and I are organizing a neighborhood meeting to help our community rally against crime. We hope this will be a start to help our neighborhood get more connected and discourage criminals from targeting homes in our area.

We hope to see many neighbors there.

Not in Our Backyard!
Crime Prevention Meeting
Wednesday—April 28
7:00—8:00 PMFinn Hill Junior High Cafetorium


Jim Lloyd in the News

As seen in the Kirkland Reporter:


Annexation necessary for future of emergency services in Kirkland

Dec 09 2009, 4:50 PM
I have been a commissioner for King County Fire District No. 41 for 18 years and wish to share my perspective on annexation and the future of emergency services in our community.

Forty years ago, the Kirkland City Council and the Commissioners of Fire District No. 41 made a wise decision when they entered a joint operating agreement. They recognized the economies of scale in having one fire department serving the entire community. The resulting Greater Kirkland Fire Department is one of the best run, most cost-effective departments in the state.

If the council approves the annexation, the City of Kirkland will assume the assets of the district and the fire department will continue to deliver its excellent services. However, if it does not, this outstanding fire department will likely be split up and its economies of scale lost.

King County is committed to divesting itself of municipal services in the PAA and other urban islands. If Kirkland does not annex the PAA, the county will arrange for annexations by other cities. When those annexations occur, the assets of the fire district will go to those cities. Kirkland will face a hole in the fire department annual budget in excess of $2 million. Kirkland will also need to build a new station to serve Totem Lake, since the district’s station on Northeast 132nd will go to the annexing city.

Residents of the city and the PAA will be most benefitted by the continuation of the Greater Kirkland Fire Department with this annexation.

James Lloyd is the President of the Board of Commissioners for Fire District 41.



Here’s a helpful video with tips on what to expect during the home buying process.


Holmes Point Nantucket Craftsman – SOLD


MLS #: 29121435 – SOLD!

Listed at: $825,000

6310 NE 129th Street, Kirkland

Gorgeous Craftman on a sunny lake view lot in Kirklands Holmes Point. Spacious open floor plan with 3 fireplaces,4 bedrooms,3.5 baths, custom den with built-in book cases and french doors open to sunny yard. Upper level includes beautiful lake view mastersuite; plus 2 more bedrooms and large bonus room. Kitchen with Dacor stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, slate backsplash and hardwood floors. Lower level enjoys large rec room with media center, full bath, 4th bedroom and loads of storage.

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