One of Seattle’s greatest Lake Washington estates just went up for sale

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Well folks we’re back with another home of the week. And this home might just be the most expensive home for sale in the city at the moment. But it also happens to be right on Lake Washington so we might just be okay with the price tag. Let’s take a look.

Home of the Week: 923 R Undisclosed

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When the address is undisclosed you know the home is a big deal. Whether it’s the family who lives there, the objects inside, or the home history, an undisclosed address can give a lot away about a home. But we do know that this home is considered one of Washington’s great estates. And the fact that it’s located on Lake Washington makes it pretty special

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home of the week

It was built in 1925 but of course, it has been updated to reflect modern living. So that means you can enjoy an updated kitchen as well as 7 bathrooms and 3 partial bathrooms. We’re not really sure what you do with that many bathrooms. But with 6 bedrooms you might actually need them. And with over 11,000 square feet of space, you can roam around your home all day.

home of the week

Now surprisingly the lot is just under an acre but you’ll have all of Lake Washington explore because you have a dock and a boathouse. Plus the yard is pretty stunning and seems like a great place for summer entertainment. But if you want to have a day in, you can always go for a swim in your indoor pool. Or workout in your home gym, or grab a bottle of wine from the cellar. Your options are endless.

home of the week

Now, this home will cost you a lot as we mentioned at the beginning of this article. But $27.5 million seems about right for a home this grand. If you’d like to see more you can click here. And we’ll be curious to see who buys this home although that information will probably be as secretive as its current owners.