Without looking, we figured that something called Pleasure Point Lane would probably look like the scene in this listing's photos. And without looking, we also figured a Bellevue home asking $5.8M would probably look a bit like this one after all. Originally built by legendary Pacific Northwest architect Roland Terry in 1959, legendary architect Tom Kundig came in and remodeled the home (with help from Alchemie Landscape Architects) in 1997. The result is a unique 41K sf lot waterfront property. You've got the 4,500 sf 3-BR main house featuring lift & slide doors, Terrazzo cement floors, spaulted maplewood ceilings and Venetian plaster walls. There's also a connected cabana with a three-car garage & guest suite as well as a "amenity complex" complete with two-car garage with car lift, exercise room and temperature-controlled, 900 bottle wine cellar. It's the luxury indoor-outdoor living experience in practice.