This home that has been featured in Architectural Digest, simply put, is stunning. The home was last listed for $9.5 million before it sold in 2010. At the time of this blog, the final sales price was the highest in the City of Seattle for a non-waterfront property in 2010. The house itself is remarkable in design, construction and setting. This Greg Bader Denny Blaine residence boasts sweeping views on Lake Washington, Cascade Mountains. The exterior of the home has stunning shingles reminiscent of the Hamptons. The interior features rooms of remarkable scale, wainscot paneling, beamed ceiling, and bay windows to take advantage of the views. Rooms include a library salon, family room, game room, panoramic master suite, gym, and wine cellar. All of this sits on a verdant lot of over a half acre.
Impeccable Normandy style 1936 home on the shores of Lake Washington with knock-out views of Mt. Rainier, Cascades and Lake Washington shoreline sold in the fall of 2008. The house incorporates meticulous original detailing with thoughtful updates and an excellent floor plan. The home has everything you would expect from a house listed for $4.750 million, including a custom kitchen, luxurious master bath, spacious rooms, as well as stunning gardens and terraces along the lake shore. The dock included covered boat moorage which is exceedingly rare on Lake Washington since current code no longer allows it to be built.
A world class estate designed by George Suyama, with gardens by R. David Adams and metal work by David Gulussa. A private enclave in the choice Denny Blaine neighborhood of Seattle, only 15 minutes to downtown Seattle, this home was last listed for over $8 million before it sold in 2008. The home features unequaled design of Italinate ambiance, with Venetian plaster walls, high ceilings, an atrium on axis and numerous floor to ceiling windows inviting the gorgeous outdoor setting. The home, the gardens and the romantic Lake Washington and Cascade Mountain views add to the very special nature of this rare home.
Denny Blaine has some of the most sought after waterfront real estate in Seattle. No other neighborhood in the City of Seattle, except possibly Washington Park which is the neighborhood just north, demands the prices that Denny Blaine does – especially when the property includes waterfront on Lake Washington.
This 7,000+ square foot 1909 historic Denny Blaine mansion was meticulous renovated and sold in Spring 2007. The home sits majestically on its oversized parcel. The residence features stately half timbered design with incredible turn of the century millwork and scale. The renovation included the addition of new luxurious bathrooms and state of the art kitchen/family room as well as a 250 sf wine cellar, home theatre, electronics and high tech cabling.