Home of the Week – A Stunning Colonial on 206 Sprawling Acres

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An exquisite piece of Paradise neatly nestled at the foot of Mount Si.

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In our newest ‘Home of the Week‘ we move from a farmhouse in New England to a colonial home set on 206 sprawling acres in North Bend, Washington.

Located just 35 minutes from downtown Seattle, the $6,780,000 “Magnificent Mountain Metals Farm & Estate” is an exquisite property that offers a one-of-a-kind lifestyle for those who love history and the great outdoors. Overflowing with natural beauty, you have all the space in the world for summer barbecues, campfires by the river, fly fishing for fresh catch and so much more.

The main residence itself is a grand colonial home that boasts nearly 8,000 square feet of living space with great natural light and views of the stunning cascade mountain range from nearly every room. The home also features an enormous rec room, large country kitchen, four fireplaces and even an attached apartment for guests or a home manager. Just outside the residence you have a swimming pool, tennis court and a 5 car garage.

This magical place is also a certified winery with a recently renovated tasting room, two barns and a separate duplex. For the equestrian in you, the property also comes with a polo field and a covered arena as well! You’d be hard pressed to find a greater combination of luxury living and blissful outdoor space anywhere else in the world. Click here to see more of this home listed by Elizabeth Toomey with Coldwell Banker BAIN.

Senior Manager, Content & Multimedia at Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. In his role he manages content strategy and execution across several platforms. He’s held other roles within the Marketing Department ranging from Previews & Product Development to the day to day management of the coldwellbanker.com redesign. Besides being a marketer, Gustavo is a filmmaker, musician and writer.

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