Your own private resort. The house is 7,000 sq. ft of old world charm and beach luxury - the functional-home is a museum of classic architecture, one of the most extraordinary structures in the Northwest. Built from the ground up, with 100+ year-old, antique materials from Seattle landmark buildings. The Mahogany doors are from the historic Canlin Hotel; 30 ft towering stain glass wall - circa 1889, Seattle First Christian Church; old-growth fir timbers, and 20-ft bleacher board floors from Seattle School District HS renovations. The harbor itself is a historical landmark and protected park, formerly the busiest lumber mill in the world over 100 years ago responsible for supplying the timber for San Francisco after the great fire.
The home includes walk-in, solid granite 30-ft tall fireplace in a giant great room, massive timber frames, beautiful rugs throughout the home, a huge cozy library with TV and music for entertaining with a private bar connected, a volleyball court with professional net, professional grade basketball hoop, pool-table room with entertainment center, huge kitchen capable of feeding dozens of people with solid marble countertops with a stunning view of downtown Seattle and a dining area capable of feeding all your guests.
The entire home boasts incredible views of Seattle and the harbor complimented by a large fire-pit near the beach. Beach is sandy and no bank for easy direct access including connectivity to park trails and historic pond. The entertaining/dining deck has a stunning view of the harbor and Seattle, with large BBQ and plenty of outdoor furniture.
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