Listing Price: $1,300,000
3,656 square feet
4 bedrooms/3.5 baths
15,344 sq ft lot
Lake Washington Views
While offering every amenity for gracious and elegant living, this stunning contemporary home provides spectacular views of Lake Washington, Olympic Mountains and Seattle skyline.
Sophisticated with high ceilings, tall walls of windows, light airy open spaces, the use of gorgeous slab granite, limestone, designer tile, refinished quarter sawn oak floors, elegant crown molding and plush carpeting all lend to both delightful at home living and easy entertaining.
Three custom view decks and a lovely terraced patio with arbor overlook beautiful professionally designed gardens by an award-winning landscape architect.
About the Neighborhood
The spectacular views and forested community of Holmes Point provides a feeling of bonding beyond your home. Where singles, couples and families often stroll the waterfront road and enjoy one of two parks within walking distance; St. Edwards State Park is a haven for hiking and mountain biking with miles of maintained trails. Bastyr University shares the grounds and there are various festivals held during the year. O.O. Denny Park is a lake front neighborhood gem that features a picnic shelter, views of Mt Rainier, loop trails, a children’s play area, water access and a salmon fish ladder.
Inglewood Village is less than two miles away and has a grocery store, dry cleaner, fitness club, gas station, restaurants and other services.
Lake Washington School District: Sandburg Elementary, Finn Hill Junior High, Environmental School, and Juanita High School. Alternatively: Inglemoor High with an International Baccalaureate program.
Juanita Beach Park is 4 miles south and underwent a full-scale renovation in 2011. It is the site of a local farmers market every Friday in the summer months where attendees can enjoy organic fruits and vegetables, specialty food vendors and live music. Juanita Village is adjacent to the park and provides an active community with restaurants, shops and other services.
There is a paved urban biking, running and walking trail just three miles to the north. Head west to Seattle via the Burke Gilman trail or east toward Woodinville on the Sammamish River trail.