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A bold Bellevue home full of bright spaces

A window or a built-in for every wall

NWMLS / Coldwell Banker

From the outside this house in Bellevue looks like a well-made, unassuming, fairly modern, brick two story. Step inside and find yourself in the midst of bold expressions and the luxuries you might expect in a $2,688,000 custom home.

The living room pops with color, making for a lively living room. Whoever staged this home had an eye for orange decor, the sorts of accents that may be there for the buyers’ tours, but are swept away after the sale.

Orange does complement semi-permanent features of the home well, like rich wood and warm lighting. Cool-colored accents provide contrast in the kitchen, where the exterior wall is stained wood that’s opposite a grey, slate, and stainless steel island counter. Both have slab granite counters and stone tile backsplashes.

NWMLS / Coldwell Banker
NWMLS / Coldwell Banker

The master bedroom has a corner view of Bellevue. Check on the city’s growth every morning. For convenience, and hopefully no leaks, a laundry is included in the walk-in closet.

One of the three bathrooms in the 3,260 square foot house surrounds you with walls of orange. Something to wake you up.

NWMLS / Coldwell Banker
NWMLS / Coldwell Banker

Modern houses support modern lifestyles, which means well-equipped offices, dens, and libraries. This uniquely-shaped bonus room comes with full wall of built-in shelves, a wall of cabinets, and a view, or at least a window.

All work is no fun, which is a good reason for a billiards room with enough room for people and pool cues to move around. Enjoy the wealth of natural light thanks to a wall of windows. Both the windows and a vaulted ceiling give the room an airy feeling.

NWMLS / Coldwell Banker
NWMLS / Coldwell Banker

Head outside for a pair of outdoor spaces that are part of the 8,668 square foot property.

NWMLS / Coldwell Banker

One space is a covered patio with overhead heaters, practically a second living room outside. Another with a stone tile floor sits below a trellis where the vines are establishing themselves, and which will eventually provide shade, just when it’s needed. Orange pillows optional.