Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) is thrilled to share that Brian Hopper recently represented the landmark sale of Sweetwater Estate, which fetched the third highest price ever recorded on the shores of Lake Sammamish! Hopper developed a tailored marketing plan to flawlessly bring the home onto the market and command results. The home sold after just fifteen days on the market with an all-cash offer of $7,350,000. Offered for the first time, the Curtis Gelotte designed Cape Cod inspired home quickly generated attention for its impeccable design—highlighted with thoughtful staging by Nicole Hopper—and impressive grounds graced by 85 feet of no-bank waterfront.
“It was a true honor to represent my clients in the sale of Sweetwater Estate,” reflects Hopper. “We worked together to ensure the home shone in its best light and were thrilled to deliver favorable results in such a short period of time.”
To be sure, there is a presence of mind that washes over you as you anticipate the picturesque views that are about to come into clarity. Moving into the grand entry overlooking the great lawn that leads to 85 feet of no-bank waterfront, it lends immediate permission to daydream. There is one thing that’s certain: The Sweetwater Estate is a true oasis.
In Sammamish, homeowners find a stellar sense of community not found anywhere else. Waterfront opportunities abound, as Lake Sammamish provides an aquatic lifestyle with a fusion of water sports such as paddle boarding and kayaking, with avid swimmers. It’s an ideal base for Eastsiders, who can easily access employment hubs in Redmond and Bellevue while enjoying lush, top-rated golf courses such as the Sahalee Golf Course, which hosts PGA events. When not on the water, residents are found on the trails at Lake Sammamish State Park, grabbing dinner at Ristorante Simone or perusing the Saffron Shopping Center.
“I wish to extend a warm congratulations to my clients on the sale of Sweetwater Estate and to the home’s new stewards, who will enjoy the lapping lakefront and aquatic adventures for the rest of this summer season and beyond.”