Well folks we’re back with another home of the week and this week we thought we’d go big. After all, we couldn’t ignore this spectacular Capitol Hill home known as The Seibert Residence. And this is yet another once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of Seattle history.
Home of the Week: The Seibert Residence
This home which has an undisclosed address is located on North Capitol Hill and is a Mediterranean Revival from the visionaries Schack, Young & Myers. And while this home was built in 1921, it has been well maintained and updated to be a beautiful heritage residence with modern amenities.
So that means you can enjoy over 7,800 square feet of home with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Not to mention, ballrooms, a spa, and multiple verandas overlooking Interlaken Drive. And of course, it sits on a double lot and is gated. Because privacy is key.
And if you’re into entertaining you also have an Onyx bar & Kitchen featuring luxury appliances. We’re talking, Wolf, SubZero, Carrera, Oulton, and Versace private dining. So clearly, this home has all the ultimate luxury details and is located in a prime location. But with all that in mind, it’ll cost you $6.8 million.
So if you’d like to learn more about the Seibert Residence you can click here. And even if you’re not in the market for a luxury home we highly recommend taking a peek at this one. After all, it’s a rare opportunity to see a little piece of Seattle history and heritage homes are pretty dang cool.