Stunning Stately Properties | Explore Our Listings

By RSIR Staff |

From Englemen Spruce logs to timeless brick exteriors, these Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty listings all offer unique details while presenting one commonality: a stately aesthetic that strikes awe. Majestic in their architecture and sprawling in their square footage and manicured grounds, these homes await a homeowner with discerning taste, one who is interested in living in an abode that provides more than simply four walls and a roof and instead inspires a lifestyle enriched by the place they choose to call home. Striking architectural features inspire stylish interior design plans, grand silhouettes beckon owners and visitors alike, and gorgeous grounds promise elegant evening soirees or sunny spring days barbequing with loved ones. Enter through tall gates and experience an elevated form of living.

Waterfront Elegance

17915 Normandy Terrace SW, Normandy Park

Represented by Summer Carlton and Linda Chou 

This beautiful 1928 Tudor home stands as a testament to architectural mastery and refined craftsmanship. As the second house ever built in Normandy Park, it exudes a sense of history and opulence sure to captivate.

A brick exterior is framed by meticulously manicured grounds and adorned with mature hedges that exude grandeur. Charming character permeates every corner of the 5,375-square-foot residence, with four spacious bedrooms and sprawling spaces to entertain indoors or out. Host unforgettable gatherings anchored by mesmerizing waterfront vistas—an atmosphere suited to curate serene moments filled with joy.

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Log Cabin Reimagined

14594 NW Tree Top Lane, Seabeck

Represented by Scott Wasner

This estate is a labor of love that stands as a testament to a lifetime of dedication, hard work, and the challenge of creating something truly exceptional. Constructed with Engelman Spruce trees in British Columbia, disassembled, and shipped to its resting place with more than 300 yards of concrete in its foundation walls.

The great room, a soaring sanctuary with 38-foot ceilings, celebrates light and oceanic vistas through glass clerestory windows. It’s there that sits one of two massive woodburning fireplaces made from river rock hauled from the Columbia River. The adjacent chef’s kitchen was constructed with solid cherry cabinets, granite countertops, a gas cooktop, and two updated ovens complete with a warming drawer, and a walk-in pantry.

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Historic House on the Hill

532 Kennebeck Avenue S, Kent

Represented by James Stroupe and Julie Roh

Own a Scenic Hill home with a rich, interesting history. This property was built by Sam Crockett (a relative of the legendary Davy Crockett) who first arrived in Washington—which was then only known as Oregon territory—in 1844. The wood used in the original construction was from the trees located on the site. This 1905 beauty evokes a storybook feel with its charming brick exterior, lovely bay windows to enjoy a cup of coffee or book, and box beam ceilings that create a cozy cottage aesthetic.

Gleaming hardwood floors, arched doorways, and stained glass speak to the level of care and craftsmanship in which this home was made. Mature trees, a manicured lawn, and beautiful flower beds create ample opportunity for enjoyment outdoors and a chance to flex your green thumb.

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Contemporary Colonial

609 34th Avenue E, Seattle

Represented by Toby Lumpkin

All of the timeless style of a Colonial estate but with the modern upgrades and conveniences desired by today’s homeowner. Classic in its perfectly proportioned design, contemporary in its form and function. Grand pillars supporting a balcony beckon you through the front door of this Washington Park home.

Both the family room and the formal living room connect to the west-facing dining patio that floods with evening sunlight and provides seamless indoor/outdoor flow. Entertain in the dining room or curl up with a book in the cozy den. Five bedrooms and three baths upstairs provide enough room for everyone and offer a sense of privacy. The primary suite is glamorous and spa-like.

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