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Home of the Week: A Seattle Sight on the Sound

The Pacific Northwest is home to many amazing things. Starbucks coffee. Pike Place Market. The space needle. But this amazing place listed by Patricia Wallace of Coldwell Banker Bain is more than just a tourist attraction as it’s a place you can officially call home.

The Pacific Northwest is home to many amazing things. Starbucks coffee. Pike Place Market. The space needle. But this amazing place listed by Patricia Wallace of Coldwell Banker Bain is more than just a tourist attraction as it’s a place you can officially call home.

Located on the Puget Sound, this 6,130 sq. ft. home has an eclectic mix of modern comforts with a classic design. The poolside views rival that of locales found much closer to the equator and it’s rare to find a home with beachfront on the Puget Sound.

The property extends over 2+ acres and even includes the original 1927 pool side cabana and beach side guest house. Inside each room has its own idea and personality. The kitchen has a center island range and stove and offers an immense amount of counter space. The family room has a beautiful fireplace and expose ceiling beams that give it a rustic quality.

The amenities in this home range from the familiar (pool, carriage house, hot tub) to the unique (moorage?). I had to look that one up. Evidently it means room for you to park your boat. This land lubber learned a new term.

See all the glorious photos and details this home in Seattle has to offer at coldwellbankerpreviews.com.

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David Marine is the Vice President of Brand Engagement for Coldwell Banker where he oversees the brand’s content strategy including acting as managing editor for the Coldwell Banker blog and heading up video production efforts. While Vice President by day, David runs a three ring circus at night as he is the father of 4 boys. He also happens to be married to Wonder Woman. True story.

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