A DISTINGUISHED PROPERTY WITH BREATHTAKING GROUNDS.
One of Seattle’s finest estate properties, available for purchase for the first time, offers an architecturally significant home, exquisite gardens and unobstructed water and mountain vistas.
Built in 1936 by E.I. Garrett, the house was designed by New York architect Charles Platt renowned for grand country homes in the Italian Renaissance style. Working with the acclaimed Olmsted Bros landscape firm, he created a refined, villa-like structure that gives glorious surroundings equal measure. Privately situated, meticulously maintained 7,700-sq-ft house with stucco walls.
Elegant formal rooms with high ceilings, parquet floors and abundant French doors; majestic domed music room; paneled library; garden room with verdant views; updated kitchen; 4 en suite bedrooms; 6 fireplaces. Grounds feature stone terrace, sweeping lawns, formal boxwood gardens and old growth timber. Rare opportunity!
Bathrooms: 7 (3 full; 1 three-quarter; 3 half)
Year Built: 1936
Square Feet: 7,700
Lot Size: 6.92 acres
Taxes: $55,621 (KCR 2018)