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Sophistication in Normandy Park

Our latest luxury listing, set on the highest point in Normandy Park, a charming village-like town 20 minutes south from Downtown Seattle, embodies sophistication in design & modern practicality. Here, the rooms are spacious & fresh and flow effortless into the beautiful grounds.

Wide planked oak floors, white palette, wide windows, warm light, fun details… all contribute to a happy feeling. This jewel home, built by Terrain Seattle, showcases the company’s skillful and meticulous work.

The interior was designed for a versatile living and aging-in-place thanks to its main level living, elevator-ready function and full 880 square foot ADU for guests and caretakers.

Enjoying Lot A beach rights to the Cove –  the celebrated private community beachfront park – the property offers waterfront qualities minutes away.

Offered at $3,450,000.

Check the detailed listing here

Seattle Asian Art Museum

A peaceful location for the Seattle Asian Art Museum in the very heart of Volunteer Park. The 1933 building, true jewel of Art Deco architecture, was SAM’s original home.

Recently restored, the interior is fresh & inviting and blends with the lush grounds thanks to floor-to-ceiling walls of glass panels.

Each room brings contrasted flavors and heighten visitor’s senses who will find themselves in a turmoil of emotions ranging from divine inspiration, dark fear and light playful mood.

Travel through countries, cultures, history and talents through the many layered exhibits.

The museum offers something for all ages, tastes, and sensibilities.

We invite you to catch a glimpse inside with this little video tour.

Westwold estate… intemporal & magical

Air, Water and Stone. These three elements could sum up the magical feel experienced once stepping onto the beautiful grounds of Westwold. Resting on a natural paradise of lush Northwest vegetation, centenarian cedars & tree-like rhododendrons, the home appears, fairy tale like, behind its private natural curtain of evergreens. One could easily envision Snow White walking out of the arched front door.

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