Waiea is a masterpiece created by the world renowned architect, James K. M. Cheng in collaboration with one of America’s iconic interior designers, Tony Ingrao. In his words, James Cheng calls the penthouse “a villa in the sky.” Designed with the connoisseur of life in mind, no detail has been overlooked. This six-bedroom, six-and-one-half-bathroom residence sprawls over 8,532 square-feet and features a spectacular, over 2,000-square-foot rooftop lanai and a private, ocean-facing infinity pool.
$125,000,000 USD | Glen Cove, New York | Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty
Salutation is an exquisite 46-plus-acre island on the North Shore of Long Island. The land was granted by King George I and purchased by Peter Caverly in 1721 for two hundred pounds. More than 10 adjacent acres were granted with “underwater” rights, valuable for fishing, clamming and boating. The tranquil 28-plus-acre pond, which flows into the Long Island Sound, is home to oyster beds and many varieties of wildlife. The fortified 700-foot sea wall, a 250-foot dock that accommodates yachts and seaplanes, and a helicopter landing spot complete this phenomenal property.
36 200 000 $ CAD | North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada | Canada Sotheby’s International Realty
In total, this property comprises three separate titles, over 14 acres, a 9,000-square-foot custom-built West Coast home, another self-contained Guest House, working 12-stall paddock/barn, and Greenhouse. The main residence melds indigenous materials of stone, fir, and glass, spilling onto the maturely planted grounds of both native and specimen plantings, with natural and man-made water features. The homes are mechanically superior and the seamless marriage of West Coast architecture and Japanese influence create the perfect backdrop for this one and only retreat. Never before offered as one, the possibilities are endless and with RS3 zoning the future potential, this really could be the last of its kind and is truly a Lower Mainland trophy.
$16,000,000 SGD | Singapore | List Sotheby’s International Realty
This minimalistic bungalow-style home in Treasure Island’s Sentosa Cove features captivating, modern amenities such as a floating staircase, infinity edge pool with indoor access, open floorplan, and incredible views. The home also features a rooftop terrace, partially covered and ideal for entertaining.
$58,500,000 USD | Snowmass, Colorado | Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty
Taking its name from surrounding Snowmass Mountain, Capitol Peak, Mount Daly and Mount Sopris, Four Peaks Ranch is the consummate mountain sanctuary. Once inside the gate, a world of unique splendor and beauty awaits. An outdoor paradise spreads out amongst the 876 pristine and unspoiled acres with 15 miles of alluring private trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, four-wheeling, snowmobiling, paintball, and cross-country skiing. Moreover, a stocked pond and private beach with cabana, abundant wildlife for an exceptional private hunting experience, a chipping and putting green, and even a private labyrinth make these outdoor activities unrivaled for a personal residence of this stature.
129,000,000 د.إ AED | Dubai, United Arab Emirates | Gulf Sotheby’s International Realty
With an expansive 26,000-square-foot built-up area, this Emirates Hills villa exhibits the finest in architectural design and materials used to create a serene family home. From the moment you enter this full golf course-facing home, you feel a sense of tranquility. The oversized picture windows that are inserted into the structure, allows every room to enjoy fabulous views.
Original source on RSIR
Enter to soaring ceilings, Brazilian cherry floors, granite counter tops with designer tile back splash and SS appliances. Gas cook top range with granite island and pantry in kitchen. Over sized nook which leads to private patio. Great room with gas fireplace for those cozy evenings. Air conditioning for those hot spring and summer days. All white trim and wainscoting throughout. Minutes to 1-5, 405 & shopping. Great shopping nearby and Northshore School District!
18333 39th Drive SE, Bothell
On June 13th, Lisa Selin Davis of Bloomberg told readers to “Fly Like an Eagle Into Steve Miller’s $16.8 Million Washington Estate,” listed by Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR). As Davis writes, “the musician Steve Miller famously wants to stay right there at home, playing his music in the sun. And that’s what he’s been doing since 2011, when he built an 11,686-square-foot home on 38.72 acres he had owned in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, Wash., for decades. Alas, now he’s got to be movin’ on, and his house at 67 Roulac Lane in Friday Harbor” is now on the market with RSIR.
Dean Jones, Owner & CEO of RSIR, spoke with Davis about the property, and “described the sprawling rambler as having a Polynesian feel: ‘Hawaiian Lanai meets Northwest contemporary.’ It’s outfitted with oversized barn doors that easily slide open to those surroundings, letting in sea breezes.” He also discussed the accessibility via seaplane, San Juan Island’s position as a “haven” and the wealth moving from California to Washington State for the tax benefits.
The Seattle Times tells readers that “Rocker Steve Miller’s home in San Juans is yours – for $16.8M,” as Melissa Davis says “Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee Steve Miller has decided to fly – like an eagle, yes, we know – from his San Juan Island estate.”
Seattle PI says “Steve Miller’s Friday Harbor estate for sale,” as Kirsten O’Brien writes that “if you’re that special kind of classic rock fan and island aficionado who also happens to be a tech millionaire, your dream property just came on the market.” O’Brien highlights the 360-foot deepwater dock, as the article reads, “‘It is one of the most Gucci docks in the area,’ Jones said, describing the dock’s extravagant nature. He said Miller kept his yacht Abracadabra there, and it also has space for jet skis, seaplanes and other water toys commonly owned by the rich and famous.”
Lisa Johnson Mandell of Realtor.com announces “Rock Hall of Famer Steve Miller Selling Secluded Mansion on San Juan Islands.” As Mandell is quick to point out, the $16,800,000 price tag “might sound like a princely sum, but Miller isn’t playing the joker. San Juan, the namesake island of the remote archipelago, is a 40-minute seaplane ride from Seattle, which makes it an ideal respite for actors, musicians, politicians, and tech titans.”
Seattle Refined featured a photo gallery of “Steve Miller’s $16.8M Friday Harbor House,” describing that “the lead musician of the Steve Miller Band has just put his 38.72 acre home in Friday Harbor on the market for $16.8 million.”
I am SO excited to share that my client's Glacier Peak View Home WON Home of the Week on the Puget Sound Business Journal! THANK YOU THANK YOU to all of you who voted!! You helped us get featured in the weekend print edition of the paper.
A private drive leads toward sweeping 180 degree views at Glacier Peak, perched high above the stunning Snohomish Valley. Walls of windows carry throughout the home to frame iconic Pacific Northwest vistas that complement a one-of-a-kind retreat situated across more than an acre of pristine land. Pride of ownership and meticulous care are evident from the minute the front door opens, as stunning finishes and soaring ceilings meet a striking wrought iron staircase.
Culinary creators will revel in a spacious kitchen with walls of windows and light, stainless steel appliances, and Corian countertops with effortless movement toward the formal dining room and breakfast cove. The tranquil master suite with a private bath and sitting area offers an area of respite for waking up with a morning cup of coffee or melting the day’s stress away.
With a gracious 3,363 square-foot floorplan, harmony is between indoors and outdoors is achieved, as the lower level features an office alcove accompanied by a living room and bonus area that flow out toward the backyard. Catch marvelous views of wildlife with lush green landscaping and brick patios for entertaining.
An unfinished room is ready for your vision, whether it’s a wine cellar, craft room or extra storage. A three-car garage with mudroom paired with an additional detached two-car garage offers plenty of space for the hobbyist. Feel miles away from it all yet enjoy convenient access to I-5 and Boeing Everett.
A private drive leads toward sweeping 180 degree views at Glacier Peak, perched high above the stunning Snohomish Valley. Walls of windows carry throughout the home to frame iconic, easement protected Pacific Northwest views that complement a one-of-a-kind retreat situated across more than an acre of pristine land. Nestled within a quiet neighborhood, residents enjoy strong community ties and an excellent location where one feels miles away from it all yet remains close to boundless amenities.
This up-and-coming location is aided by the ever-growing Boeing Everett plant, which offers an ideal live/work lifestyle. While Glacier Peak feels like a retreat, locals enjoy a diverse range of activities from boutique shops and restaurants to family attractions including the Flying Heritage Collection and Imagine Children’s Museum; performances at Xfinity Arena and the Everett Performing Arts Center; and outdoor recreation at the Nishiyama Japanese Garden, Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens, and the more than 40 area parks. What’s more? Residents and visitors alike look forward to a number of dynamic annual activities including the Everett Farmers Market and a Waterfront Concert Series held at the second-largest marina on the West Coast.
3506 Glacier Peak Avenue | Everett, WA
Offered at $789,950