…But About That View!

By Alyssa Morrison |

For Those Looking for Something Special to Look At

There are many reasons why life in the Pacific Northwest is top-notch, but among them are our surroundings, from cityscapes to tree-lined water views. It’s no surprise then, that many of the homes represented by Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty brokers boast some of the most fabulous vistas Western Washington has to offer.

Here we feature a few of our current listings that not only find themselves in incredible surroundings, but that show off the landscape with walls of windows—from floor to ceiling they let natural light, and the beauty of outdoors, in.

This Madrona home’s living room features a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows, just a few of the over 30 Kolbe VistaLuxe windows found throughout this roomy and contemporary abode. Providing epic city scenes, it’s a cozy setting for hosting company or evening relaxation. The custom-built, like-new, four-bedroom and 3.75-bath home is quintessential modern luxury, and the house’s privacy doesn’t compromise its views, surrounded by the territorial sights of Capitol Hill, the University of Washington, and Madison Valley.


Spacious, secluded, scenic. This Bainbridge Island estate boasts stunning sunset views of Rich Passage and the Olympic Mountains. Take in the fantastic sights from this home’s alcoves, perfect for enjoying as you sip your morning cup of coffee or a glass of wine to unwind at the end of the day. Also enjoy the vantages of the extensive property from inside the home, where new lighting has been added to the paths and property, and a short path leading to the Fort Ward Park beach.


Situated on one of Queen Anne’s most coveted streets, this Keirouz custom build was designed so that its residents would take in that classic Seattle view. With the Space Needle front and center and highlighted by  downtown’s skyscrapers, the vistas from the home’s 933-square-foot master suite are particularly exceptional.


It’s a treehouse view from the inside of this Madison Valley home, which looks out at a canvas of lush green trees, with Bellevue and the Cascades in the distance. The open floor plan of the living/dining/kitchen area allows for maximum natural light year-round.