In Hunts Point, Washington—a hop, skip and a jump over Lake Washington from Seattle—a lavish home has hit the market for $43 million, making it one of the priciest on the market in the state.
Tucked away behind gates, the waterfront estate, complete with views across to the Emerald City, was built in 1989 and is described as “contemporary architecture enveloped in greenery,” according to the listing with Becky Gray of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty, who brought the property to the market on Friday. She wasn’t immediately available to comment.
Every element of the property is “integrated with the nature that surrounds it,” the listing continued. The heart of the home is its great room, a space that has high ceilings, walls of glass and direct access to a deck that overlooks the lake.
There’s also a chef’s kitchen fitted with stainless appliances, sleek cabinetry and a prep sink; on the lower level is a wet bar and media room; and the primary suite and its private balcony overlook the scenic surrounds, too.
Outside, a patio, pool and spa are joined by a grassy lawn that leads down to the water where there is 100-feet of lake frontage and a dock, according to the listing.
Records with PropertyShark show the home is owned by a limited liability company.
Hunts Point, an affluent enclave popular with tech titans and business big-wigs, had a median home price of $4.8 million as of September, according to data with online property portal Redfin.
The only other home on the open market in the area that is more expensive is an $85 million mansion that’s the former home of jazz saxophonist Kenny G., listing records show.
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