The Tree Tree Point store: a local institution just revived after years of neglect: stop by for a glass of vino, pastry or ice cream after a wonderful walk on the beach. https://vimeo.com/635670680
A little recap of our luxury real estate market throughout North America for September 2020. Click here to go to the report.
Location can often be more important than the home itself – while the interior can be changed to fit the homeowner’s vision, the natural surroundings generally remain the same. Of course, one can plant a beautifully landscaped lawn, but certain features, such as a seaside cliff or mature forest, can simply not be replicated. Fortunately, these homes offer these attributes and more.
The 20th Century saw numerous distinctive eras in terms of home architecture and design, varying from Tudor Revivals to Mid-Century Moderns. We take a look at several homes from the early to mid-1900s and marvel the great house trends of the past.
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Waterfront ownership: a unique lifestyle that many want to experience for the serenity and vacation-feel it brings. Whether you are looking for your future beachfront, want to assess value or simply understand your purchasing power along with the exclusivity of a potential destination & community, here is a detailed list of 2019 beachfront sales around the Greater Seattle Puget Sound area for you. Have fun discovering neighborhoods you may not even know of!
- Des Moines 3 sales from $1,175M to $1.782M
- Normandy Park 3 sales from $1.4M to $2.675M
- Three Tree Point 3 sales from $1,540M to $2.575M
- Shorewood 8 sales from $925K to $1.9M
- Magnolia/Ballard 3 sales from $1.3M to $6,670M
- Vashon Island 31 sales from $240k to $1.6M
- Bainbridge Island 37 sales from $655K to $4.25M
- Whidbey Island 77 sales from $240k to $1.475M
- Camano Island 52 sales from $215K to $2.625M
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.
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.
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With easy public transportation and a short drive between Seattle and Tacoma, Three Tree Point offers the ideal destination for beach lovers wanting a home allying convenience & retreat.
The community has a long standing tradition with Seattleites who used to come here to unwind and play in the water at the time when steamship was the only access. Today, its residents love its “tucked away” secret feel and its easy commute (Light Rail, bus, “Park & Ride”, 509 side freeway, and SeaTac international airport). The practicality and dramatic scenery make it a favorite destination along the Greater Puget Sound region.
Here you will experience tranquility combined with the soothing roll and cadence of the waves & tides that will make you forget that urban living is nearby. A fun corner of the world to observe wildlife: king fishers, eagles, seals, otters and the seasonal whales.
Finding the right home on the water can take years as a very limited number of properties ever come on the market and homeowners have a tendency to move only when downsizing, or searching for a different type of local waterfront. It is common for waterfront owners to “trade” their tram or walk-down properties for a drive-to access or a better-sandier beach. Among other desired features on the water: parking, sandy beach, private tidelands, deeded buoy…
This new listing offers the perfect combination of some of these key features. Affordable at $1,550,000, the property enjoys a drive-to level access; low maintenance & gated/fenced-in grounds; a perfect outdoor setting to enjoy the views and water with its davit to launch boat, jet ski and paddle board; a private sandy beach; a cozy interior and a sought-after 3-car garage and plenty of parking…
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