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Sotheby's International Realty

Collections Volume IV, 2017

Sotheby’s International Realty recently released the fourth volume of Collections for 2017, which reflects on the brand’s extraordinary growth and members of a network that spans over 930 offices in 69 countries and territories.  “It has been another landmark year for the Sotheby’s International Realty  brand and I want to congratulate each of you on your continued success and wish you all the best for a prosperous 2018,” writes Philip White, President & Chief Executive Officer, Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC. The issue highlights Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty in two places, as broker Blake Ruud-Johnson shares his experience at the 2017 Global Networking Event and the brand recognizes Becky Gray’s representation of The Iconic Medina Waterfront Estate.

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Extraordinary Living, Realogics Sotheby's International Realty

Bellevue Spotlight: Seattle’s “Sister City” Takes the Global Stage

The city of Bellevue held the global spotlight recently, as a Mansion Global feature heralded the area as a “haven for outdoor enthusiasts, [and] tech employees” with its “waterfront access, leafy neighborhoods and cosmopolitan restaurants and boutiques,” and ever-growing tech sector jobs. Bellevue has certainly seen its fair share of growth in recent years, as it is now home to approximately 150,000 people and 1,300 businesses with 45,000 employees who revel in Pacific Northwest recreational opportunities that complement its urban edge.

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As Featured in Robb Report: The Iconic Medina Waterfront Estate, Listed by Becky Gray

In a recent feature for Robb Report, Julianna Distefano says “nature will be your neighbor at this exquisite 2.5-acre estate, which is the most expensive home in King County.” The property she’s referring to is The Iconic Medina Waterfront Estate, a spectacular offering represented by Becky Gray with Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty. As the article outlines, the home is “located at the edge of Lake Washington in Medina with a southern view of Mount Rainier,” and functions as a private sanctuary “designed to highlight the surrounding landscape.”

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Featured Property, Luxury Real Estate, Sotheby's International Realty

Mansion Global Highlights The Iconic Medina Waterfront Estate, A 50-Year Legacy Property Represented by RSIR Broker Becky Gray

In a recent Mansion Global feature, Liz Lucking shines the spotlight on The Iconic Medina Waterfront Estate, a legacy property that is offered for sale for the first time in fifty years. As Lucking writes, the home quickly “skyrocketed to the top of the area’s real estate market” given its ample lot with 150 feet of coveted Lake Washington waterfront and Mount Rainier views.

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Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty’s Becky Gray Lists Medina Waterfront Estate for $28 Million; King County’s Most Valuable Listing in NWMLS

Brokers Say the 2.5 Acre Estate is Next to Join a Run of Record-Setting Sales on Lake Washington’s Gold Coast

Becky Gray, Senior Global Real Estate Advisor with Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) has listed a 2.5 acre Medina waterfront estate for $28 million on the Northwest Multiple Listing Service today – currently the most valuable property offered for sale in King County.

  •     Built in 1929 the 5 bedroom, 4.75 bathroom residence and carriage house comprises 6,070 square feet.
  •     150 feet of no bank waterfront in a quiet bay with a stunning southerly view of Mt. Rainier.
  •     Park-like grounds including a clay tennis court with a redwood surround and backboard, a circular entrance driveway to a three-car garage and a guest loft designed by George Suyama.
  •     Formal gardens with handmade brick herringbone paths, two nearly century-old Sequoia trees and a Cedar-lined pathway that mimics a walk in the forest, yet exists just moments from a world-class city on the rise.

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