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Mediterranean-Influenced Washington Park Home By Stuart Silk Asks $4.48M

One of the Seattle's top luxury home architects designed this Washington Park beauty with southern Spain and Italy in mind

When Stuart Silk Architects are involved, you're usually talking about something luxurious, fancy, and expensive.

Well, we're talking about this 5-BR, 6-bath mansion in Washington Park designed by Stuart Silk Architects, so we're talking about this luxurious, fancy, and expensive.

Asking $4.485M, this 5,552 square-foot Hillside Drive home was built in 1998 on a lot overlooking Lake Washington. Landscape architect R. David Adams designed the courtyard, which includes a magical sitting area surrounded closely by hedges. There's also tons of patio and deck space, depending on whether or not you're looking for a view or privacy.

The house itself is influenced by the southern Mediterranean regions of Spain and Italy, evident in the uses of terracotta barrel-shaped roofing and wrought-iron balconies. Inside, hand hewn beams, antique fireplaces and reclaimed stone floors give it a timeless look and feel.

Everything here seems tailored to making sure everyone in the house feels comfortable. The master suite includes an aadjoining sitting room while an ADU downstairs gives guests a bit of a respite. Plus they're not too far from the media room when it's time for everyone to come together.
· 530 Hillside Dr E [Estately]
· Stuart Silk Architects [SS]