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7 Seattle Homes on the Market Rockin' Ridiculous Gardens

Outdoors Week isn't just about heading out to tackle Seattle's public outdoor spaces. It's also about enjoying the outdoors from the comfort of your own home. Perusing the listings on Estately, we found seven houses on the market that come complete with a glorious garden. Of course, we're talking about some hefty pricetags but if you're interested in owning and maintaining one of these outdoor spaces, you already knew that...


↑ These twirling topiary sculptures come with a $9.45M Capitol Hill estate just around the corner from Volunteer Park. The property also include well-groomed hedge walls and and outdoor patio.


↑ Here's a Seward Park 7-BR that includes 3.11 acres of landscaped flowing gardens and low bank lake frontage. Includes a private man-made island and water rights for keeping all of that land irrigated. Asking $4.75M.


↑ A $1.05M Tuscany-designed home in Belvidere surrounded in shrubbery. And palm trees? Yes, palm trees.


↑ A little bit of Walden Pond in West Seattle, this $1.275M 4-BR in Fauntleroy is set back in somewhat-landscaped, somewhat-wild grounds that binds the home with nature.


↑ To get to this $3.18M Seward Park home, you have to pass by (or through) a maze of shrubs and plants on property that transports you to France. The almost-two acres of land also includes some flat grassy area for when you don't want to play hide-and-seek.


↑ Take a step into the this Hoichi Kurisu-designed garden on your way to a 4-BR, 3-bath home in Magnolia now asking $1.98M. Kurisu's landscape design included a fence and Japanese-style gate on the street-side, making for an intimate walk-through.


↑ Finally, we end in Ballard where this 1901-built 3-BR comes with a real-deal organic garden space complete with chicken coop, raised beds, mature plantings & pathways. All for only $499K.
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