Seattle has quite a few highly coveted streets when it comes to real estate. And it’s definitely not every day that you see a home on Magnolia Boulevard on the market. So for this Home of the Week, we had to head north to see what’s happening behind the gate.
Home of the Week: 2857 Magnolia Blvd W
This home was affectionately named the “Edgecliff” estate by its original owners in the 1920s. The home sits on over an acre of land and has 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, and 7,380 of space. And to make things even grander, the home has a massive circular driveway. It honestly does give us slight Gatsby vibes.
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Before you even get into the home you’ll be blown away by the expertly manicured grounds. You’ll have access to a massive outdoor terrace, a putting green, gazebo, and your own trail. Not to mention, you’re overlooking Puget Sound with a truly million-dollar view. We can’t even imagine what it’s like to watch the sunset here.
As for the inside, it’s every bit as luxurious as you would assume. It’s white-walled with plenty of windows and wood detailing. You can enjoy all the heritage aspects with updated bathrooms and kitchens. It has some extra amenities like a wine cellar, media room, and even a MIL unit above the garage. And we have no doubt that someone will be able to make this home their very own.
Now it will cost you $6.9 million but this home is an extremely rare opportunity to own a Magnolia Boulevard home. And you simply can’t find heritage homes like this these days. So while the price tag may be a ball buster for some, it certainly makes sense. If you’d like to see more of this Home of the Week you can click here.
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