Walk Into History

Set on sprawling grounds, this historic Colonial Revival home makes one’s feel part of a past era when craftsmanship meant allying aesthetic and durability. Built in 1918 and fully restored since, the sizable rooms, perfect for entertaining, extend onto patios and courtyards representing natural extensions of the main house. A serene setting overlooking Puget Sound, neighboring islands and the Olympic Range. While located a mere half hour commute to Downtown Seattle, the property offers a peaceful rest from city life.

From the main foyer elevated ceilings and stunning staircase, to the enfilade of rooms, the attention to finishes makes visitors and guests ponder: moldings, crystal chandeliers, antique light fixtures, patined oak hardwood floors, rich marble counters and beautifully appointed fireplaces. A home where one feels happy and at peace.

From the detailed work of door knobs to the stunning lines of the slate roof, the home was designed to stand the test of time.

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Nestled in the waterfront community of Three Tree Point, the property is well known by its community residents for its striking architecture and estate qualities, with the sweet name of the “robin’s nest” due to its current Tiffany Blue color.

Walk across the street to reach a public (hidden) beach access. Three Tree Point enjoys a wonderful sandy beach at low tide as well as a “Harry Potter” walking trail also known as the Indian Trail great for strolls when the water is against the shoreline.

Contact us for a private showing. 206-214-8499/veronique@windermere.com

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