Given the pedigree of its architects, it was a no-brainer when we wrote up a story on the 3-BR, 3-bath at 5666 Pleasure Point Lane SE in Bellevue when it hit the market in 2015. Originally built by legendary Pacific Northwest architect Roland Terry in 1959, modern architect Tom Kundig came in and remodeled the place (with help from Alchemie Landscape Architects) in 1997.
No surprise, the place sold in August 2015 for $5.75M, just a shade below the asking price of $5.895M. There is a surprise, however, to see the property back on the market almost exactly one year later. This time, the Lake Washington waterfront luxury home is looking for $5.995M.
Checking in at 41,172 square feet, this waterfront property has a lot to offer. The centerpiece is the 4,500 square-foot main house featuring a Kundig-signature mix of steel, concrete, and glass to create an indoor/outdoor living experience that maximizes the location (and 270 degree views). Terrazzo cement floors, spaulted maplewood ceilings and Venetian plaster walls completed the picture.
There's also a connected cabana with a three-car garage & cool 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. Japanese-inspired gardens weave throughout everything.
Whatever reason the owners are selling so soon, it's going to be one lucky owner's luxurious gain.
· 5666 Pleasure Point Lane SE [Ewing & Clark]
· Roland Terry Home With a Tom Kundig Remodel Asks $5.8M [CS]