Luxury homes outside Seattle
These two homes come with five acres—and plenty of sandy beachfront.
The Bainbridge Island estate keeps a highly formal air
Featuring mahogany from Benaroya Hall
Get ready for pretty courtyards and big views
The 1904 former fire control station is still there—and restored—below
This home along Port Susan waterfront is full of beachy whimsy.
The farm life, without the messy bits
Eagle Cove comes with three modern houses and one vintage cottage
The custom-built home’s interior is inspired by the film Something’s Gotta Give
This home wouldn’t fit under your seat.
This 1907 Victorian was the Stratford house in the 1999 comedy
There’s money, and then there’s yacht moorage money.
It’s on two and a half acres of waterfront with Mount Rainier views.
Airy indoor space feels like the outdoors
Live literally on Lake Union in this floating home.
The Sanctuary townhomes are located in the former First Church of Christ Scientist.
From $2.2 to $5.5 million.
Minimalism and luxuries mix in a natural setting.
Including a sauna, a library, and a 1600-square-foot terrace.
This floating home blends cute and classic with modern.
Sutter’s Castle, a classic 1900 Victorian home on Vashon Island, is on the market for $3.5 million.
Nothing, that is, except a large deck with a hot tub..
Surrounded by both water and trees, this spacious floating home is perfect for soaking in the sun.
This Ralph Anderson home was built in 1974, and it’s had the same owners ever since—until now.
Concrete mansions just aren’t flying off the shelves like they used to.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Northwest disciple created this sleek, sunny North Beach home.
An unapologetic expression of grace and elegance
Lewis is selling his 7,000-square-foot Magnolia estate. Take a tour like a pretend burglar.
The typical Anne in Washington owns a home worth 30% more than the rest of the state.
Nexus, a 41-story condo tower, will house a few high rollers: last week, the team behind the residences listed their top-floor luxury units.