Does Unbelievable Treehouse Make This Washington Home Worth $28 Million?
Windermere Real Estate Co.
The World's Most Incredible Treehouse Might Be In Washington State
Can you imagine having a treehouse that's views put any movie trailer to shame?
A Washington State Estate Has Sprawling Views And an Amazing 2-Story Tree House
You might recognize the property, I did after I did a deep dive into the property's history.
Panoramic views to die for in Bellevue Washington in a waterfront estate valued at $28 Million.
The one thing I noticed besides the amazing views was that the tree house alone on the property is 99.9% better than most homes in Washington State.
It's a two-story tree house that overlooks Lake Washington and its views are astonishing.
Take a sneak peek inside this exceptional property located at 905 Shoreland Drive in Bellevue Washington:
Unbelievable Treehouse Makes This Washington Home Worth $28 Million
Here are some details of the listing:
A signature waterfront estate offering elevated living, exquisite design and exceptional views. Bask in bluff-top privacy and beachside fun. Luxury, by the numbers: Main level has flawless 180° views; 20-ft tall entry rotunda; 2 dining spaces; epicurean kitchen with 8-burner stove + 14-ft prep island; pro gym off the 3-bay garage. Upper level has 4 en-suite bedrooms, 2 balconies, 200+ square feet of closet space, 1 Hollywood-worthy glam room. Lower level has 1 bedroom, 1 cinema, 1 dance/yoga studio, a 3-story elevator and 3 large play spaces. The exterior has 3 patios, 12 parking spots, a 2-story treehouse, 3-slip dock, 2 jet ski lifts.
As a flipped through the pictures, it occurred to me that I'd seen this house before.
It's former Seattle Seahawks Russell Wilson's home in Washington.
Wilson had originally listed the property for $36 million and now the price is down to $28 million. The house was constructed in 2007 and purchased for roughly 7 million in 2015.
It's another great example of why you want to invest in real estate because that's a great return on investment.
The property is astonishing and still for sale. I'd love to figure out how to just live in the tree house, that would be all I would need with those amazing views of Seattle across the lake.