With 1,251 square feet of voluminous space two bedrooms and two bathrooms, this stunning unit at the Olympic Block in Pioneer Square represents modern minimalism at its most sublime, and frames iconic urban views of Seattle’s most historic neighborhood from every window. Recently remodeled with a Henry Built kitchen and sporting a refined palette of finishes, this is a rare opportunity to acquire one of only 15 residential units in this celebrated enclave designed by renowned architect Jim Olson.
With exquisite natural finishes, this sublime mid-century modern design offers 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms arranged across almost 2,000 square feet of flowing space. This condominium is the ultimate turn-key residence for those seeking elegance and easily living in a quintessentially Northwest setting! A wonderfully secluded, yet connected location above a green belt on Queen Anne affords iconic Puget Sound, marina and Olympic views from virtually every room, while the gourmet kitchen and opulent master complete this singular retreat..
Rarely available 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath residence at Merrill Court offers 3 floors and over 3,700 square feet of exquisitely designed and crafted space. One of only 10 units, this historic revival home is surrounded by lush grounds in a private enclave in the heart of the Harvard Belmont Historic District, and offers incredible architectural detail, as well as a gourmet kitchen, full-floor master and private elevator.
Curbed Seattle recently put together a list of “The 25 most expensive Seattle homes for sale right now,” which included a variety of properties, “from waterfront mansions to postcard-view condos.” Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) had five listings make the list, a $13.8 million penthouse in Belltown and a $9.4 million Market Place Tower residence listed by RSIR brokers Scott Wasner and Moira Holley, two NEXUS Seattle penthouses (one offered at $4.9 million and the other at $4.8 million), and Lawtonwood, a $4.89 million estate listed by RSIR brokers Jay Kipp and Jennie Robbs.
This exquisite Seattle Heights penthouse combines classic design with a palette of contemporary materials to create a timeless and luxurious residence. With over 3,000 square feet of living space, 2 view terraces and 3 parking spots, this half-floor unit captures breathtaking Downtown, Sound, Lake Union, and mountain views from every window.
This exquisitely crafted custom home on Bainbridge occupies almost ¾ of an acre of high bank waterfront with iconic views over Puget Sound and Downtown Seattle. With 3 bedrooms and 3.25 baths arranged over 2,800 square feet of modern and open space, it is the ideal year-round retreat for the discerning Island resident.
Sited on a corner lot in the heart of Mount Baker with views over Lake Washington, this stunning Colonial Revival offers 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in over 2,600 square feet of effortlessly stylish and graceful living space that opens out to a huge patio for indoor-outdoor living. The thoughtful floor plan includes formal living and dining rooms, a home office and a spacious upstairs library and media area, while the gourmet kitchen is a chef’s dream. Easy access to Lake Washington, Seattle and the Eastside tech corridor.
Discussing the newfound wealth in the city and the ways it is emerging, from popular designer shoes with a $650 price tag to luxury condominium developments, Seattle Times asks a question on the minds of many Seattleites: will the city figure out how to deal with its new wealth? In an effort to uncover an answer, Seattle Times spoke with Dean Jones, Owner & CEO of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) and Moira E. Holley, a founding member of the firm.
On Thursday June 1st, a collective of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) executives and brokers joined Tiger Oak Media to celebrate the launch of the second edition of the all-Chinese Seattle Luxury Living Magazine. At the debut, held at Wild Ginger in Seattle, guests got to have a look at freshly printed copies of the print edition as they enjoyed delectable bites and good company.