Luxury homes are a commodity that only a few can afford but it’s hard to deny — they’re very fun to look at.
This month’s roundups of Seattle’s most expensive listings by Roomvu are nothing short of awe-inspiring. Think gorgeous architectural designs, stunning open-air lighting, and magnificent decor.
So, here’s a look at some of the city’s most beautiful homes (whether you can or can’t afford them):
- Living Space: Approximately 6,114 sq. ft.
- Unique Features: Private dock with boat lift, personal library
- Other features: Chef’s kitchen with built-in bar and Gaggenau appliances. Three en suite bedrooms plus a master with an increadible view, vaulted ceiling, and private balcony.
- Living Space: Approximately 15,127 sq. ft.
- Unique Features: 24 acres on 1,000 feet of waterfront
- Other features: Watch a movie in the theatre, practice putting on the green, taste wine in the wine cellar, and take a dip in the hot tub. Garages for six cars.
- Living Space: Approximately 6,150 sq. ft.
- Unique Features: Spiral staircase, 100-feet of waterfront, manicured lawns. Master suite with Juliet balcony.
- Other features: Two docks and three boat lifts.
- Living Space: Approximately 6,823 sq. ft.
- Unique Features: Commissioned in 1928, the landmark Gibbs House sits on a gated, in-city compound on Queen Anne’s fabled South Slope.
- Other features: Manicured landscaping, sport court, elevated pool with adjoining 530 sq.ft cabana and outdoor kitchen space
- Living Space: Approximately 7,900 sq. ft.
- Unique Features: Vaulted two-storey foyer, top of the line chef’s kitchen, luxurious master suite, five beds, seven baths
- Other features: Seven fireplaces and swimming pool