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Mapping The Most Serious Wine Cellars In Seattle

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You're returning home from Woodinville with a car full of wine bottles, wondering where you're going to put them all. If you lived in one of the ten homes featured below, it wouldn't be an issue. So if you're looking for a house that comes ready with a large space to store your vino, you won't find any better options on the market right now. Now go find the one for you to uncork and let's celebrate.

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9345 H Fauntleroy Wy SW

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This $14.9M Fauntleroy waterfront estate has been on the market since May 2012. Not sure what's holding things up but it's certainly not wine room with a classic wine press.

$11.5M Queen Anne House

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Meticulously restored 1933 Jewel on Queen Anne's desirable South Slope boasts a wine cellar that fits bottles big and small.

7326 Bowlyn Place

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Why lug it down to a cellar when you can keep your wine right next to the table in this $7.2M Seward Park home.

260 39th Ave E

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This wine cellar is bigger than some of condos we feature. Not a bad addition to this $6.5M Denny Blaine house.

1606 Lake Washington Blvd

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Tucked discretely below the boulevard offering privacy & level lake access this authentic, beautifully restored $3.6M Mediterranean comes with a solid spot to keep all your bubbly (and non-bubbly).

5634 39th Ave W

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This NW Contemporary waterfront home features walls of windows, tri-level decks and patios, vaulted ceilings, oak plank floors and a sizable wine cellar down below.

2503 Montavista Place

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What is it about the photo of the wine cellar in this NW Contemporary built in 2009? It makes us feel like we're entering wine warp speed.

1024 W Ruffner St

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It's not massive but we like the nice touch of the barrel table in the center to tie the room together. Plus, easy way to drink one of those bottles ASAP.

3249 57th Ave SW

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If ostentatious isn't your thing, how bout this small wine cellar with what looks like room for a barrel or two inside a $1.5M Alki house?

2577 39th Ave W

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We dig the ambience inside this walk-in wine tasting room in a $1.8M Magnolia abode. Double points for the "alter" in the middle.

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9345 H Fauntleroy Wy SW

This $14.9M Fauntleroy waterfront estate has been on the market since May 2012. Not sure what's holding things up but it's certainly not wine room with a classic wine press.

$11.5M Queen Anne House

Meticulously restored 1933 Jewel on Queen Anne's desirable South Slope boasts a wine cellar that fits bottles big and small.

7326 Bowlyn Place

Why lug it down to a cellar when you can keep your wine right next to the table in this $7.2M Seward Park home.

260 39th Ave E

This wine cellar is bigger than some of condos we feature. Not a bad addition to this $6.5M Denny Blaine house.

1606 Lake Washington Blvd

Tucked discretely below the boulevard offering privacy & level lake access this authentic, beautifully restored $3.6M Mediterranean comes with a solid spot to keep all your bubbly (and non-bubbly).

5634 39th Ave W

This NW Contemporary waterfront home features walls of windows, tri-level decks and patios, vaulted ceilings, oak plank floors and a sizable wine cellar down below.

2503 Montavista Place

What is it about the photo of the wine cellar in this NW Contemporary built in 2009? It makes us feel like we're entering wine warp speed.

1024 W Ruffner St

It's not massive but we like the nice touch of the barrel table in the center to tie the room together. Plus, easy way to drink one of those bottles ASAP.

3249 57th Ave SW

If ostentatious isn't your thing, how bout this small wine cellar with what looks like room for a barrel or two inside a $1.5M Alki house?

2577 39th Ave W

We dig the ambience inside this walk-in wine tasting room in a $1.8M Magnolia abode. Double points for the "alter" in the middle.