SOLD | BROADMOOR FAIRWAY ESTATE
OFFERED AT $3,850,000
Impeccable renovation and elegant design grace this lovely home, built in 1930 by two of Seattle's most prominent architects, William J. Bain Sr. and Lionel H. Pries. Blending seamlessly with its setting - an exceptional lot of nearly one half-acre on the edge of one of Seattle's premier private 18-hole golf course - the residence is nestled amid lush landscapes, offering perfect seclusion and tranquility.
THE RESIDENCE: A gracious entry opens to a foyer, where beautifully restored woodwork introduces the architectural integrity of the home. A sense of elegance, proportion and attention to detail is apparent in every room, instantly evoking memories of years past, and yet the meticulous renovation ensures all the comforts of a modern-day lifestyle. From the entry hall, the floor plan flows through a wood-paneled passageway and down six steps to the gracious living room. Fine finishes include tall ceilings, intricate crown moldings, a wood-paneled fireplace, and beautiful arched windows. Two sets of French doors lead from the living room to a supremely comfortable family room-sunroom with exquisite tile floors and a magnificent beamed ceiling. From this delightful space, one set of French doors opens onto a sun-dappled patio with a fountain, while another opens to green lawns and the golf course beyond. A lovely formal dining room, a breakfast room, and a butler's pantry each flank the kitchen. Four bedrooms and three baths upstairs are complemented by a secluded guest suite on the main floor, ideal for visiting family or friends. The grounds include manicured gardens, patios, bubbling fountain, a three-car garage, and views of the gorgeous expanse of verdant fairways.
THE LOCATION: Unique in the area, the Broadmoor Community is built around one of Seattle's most acclaimed golf courses, yet is only minutes from downtown. This park-like neighborhood is surrounded by nature and resplendent with towering evergreens and stunning vistas. The shores of Lake Washington and the well-loved village of Madison Park, featuring select shops, cafés, and the wonderful park, are just a short walk away. The cities of Bellevue and Redmond, home to Pacific Northwest tech-industry leaders including Microsoft, are a short 15-minute drive across the Evergreen Point Bridge. Broadmoor truly offers the best of both worlds: a friendly old-fashioned feel and easy access to the attractions and cultural resources of a world-class city.
House Size: 5,470 SF
Lot Size: 19,628 SF
Year Built: 1930
Heat: Gas - Hot Water Radiant
Garage: Three - Car Detached
Dues: $233 / Month