Kirkland, known as The Little City That Could, was recently recognized as one of the 2017 Great Places in America from the American Planning Association. Since their redesign to include updates to the “corridor’s aging sidewalks and water main,” the city aims to create a pedestrian friendly community.
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On May 19th, Mansion Global readers opened the paper to uncover the “Secret of the San Juans” in an article heralding the awe-inspiring archipelago as a retreat as recent analyses have named it “the hottest luxury real-estate market in the country.” According to Nancy Keates, the growth in the area is both a product of its serene surroundings as an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and “by an influx of high-tech companies to Seattle, where soaring home prices make the San Juans look like a bargain.”
Spectacular is one of the first words that comes to mind when arriving at this waterfront estate. Three separate structures were built to take in magnificent views of Lake Washington and Mount Rainier. Continue reading ..
Today our Mercerfully Modern Estate is featured as the Home of the Day on the Puget Sound Business Journal! This exquisite modern home is poised on 110’ of Lake Washington shoreline and evokes its natural environment. Perfect execution of impeccable custom details & the finest hand selected natural materials. Walls of windows, luxe waterside master suite, state of the art kitchen & stunning curved glass staircase with custom metal handrail to anchor the stunning hand-wired walnut floors. Nano-doors unfold to entertaining terraces, sandy beach, deep water moorage, boat & jet ski lift. Fully gated for boundless privacy.
While living anywhere along Lake Washington would be a prized lifestyle, the most coveted shoreline remains the waterfront communities of West Bellevue, Medina, Hunts Point, Kirkland, Juanita, Beau Arts, Enatai, Newport Shores and the north end of Mercer Island. These sought after neighborhoods offer close proximity to job centers, access to preferred public and private schools and comprise the most valuable residential real estate in the Pacific Northwest.