Eastside luxury homes
Can we just buy the treehouse?
Neighbors include Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos.
Jeff Bezos’s former home—including its now-famous garage—is on the market.
The Mariners alum’s home features a private theater and big views
Think Mediterranean, marble, and magnificence
It has an embedded party pad called "Payton’s Place"
Plenty of open-air gathering spaces wrap around this Mercer Island house
Despite a studs-out 2015 remodel, this home shines with midcentury style
Anderson has designed other homes along the beach around West Seattle, but few, if any, get this close to the water.
Another condo tower is mostly spoken for before construction is even finished
It’s on two and a half acres of waterfront with Mount Rainier views.
Bosa’s Eastside project is inspired by quartz
The wooden beams inside all came from one massive Douglas fir.
Houses are nice, but moorage is special.
King County Metro 311 runs weekday commuters between the Eastside and downtown in the morning and home in the evening.
Bold rooflines make this NW Contemporary stand out
Check out those angles. Why be square all the time?
Enjoy an estate with an outdoor saloon, barn, and pool
Natural materials are a natural choice, but this house pushes their limits to create a place that’s uniquely at home in the Pacific Northwest.
Most people know Jason Mesnick from his time on The Bachelorette and The Bachelor, but others, especially on the Eastside, know him as their real estate broker.
This Sammamish mansion has 12,300 square feet indoors. There’s more to this story than just a few bedrooms and bathrooms.
This custom-designed and built home from 1965 is on the market for the very first time.
Thanks to a sloped lot, this two story contemporary home in Bellevue looks like a one story. That sounds like a big daylight basement rambler, but the cobblestone drive and the stone facade start to point towards much more.
Why build yet another house from horizontal and beige siding when you can go vertical and red? That’s what a custom builder created in 2004 with a 4,083 square-foot two story home in Redmond. That drama continues inside.