This gorgeous Mediterranean inspired waterfront estate is located at 3645 Hunts Point Road in Hunts Point, WA. The beautiful stone mansion, which sits at the end of a long private driveway, was built in 2003 and boasts 9,675 square feet of living space with 3 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, an extraordinary 2-story foyer, sweeping staircase, step down living room, gourmet kitchen, custom master closet, billiards room, game room, wine cellar, stone patio and much more. It is listed at $14,100,000. The interior is very well done. I love all of the finishes. I’m really loving the foyer. It’s not your typical “Mcmansion” type of foyer. I love how you don’t come face to face with a staircase right when you walk in; instead your eye is drawn upwards to the beautiful balconies with wrought iron railings. Simply spectacular! I also love how the refrigerator/freezers are separate from the rest of the kitchen.

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  • Daniel

    Nice home. The exterior looks a little odd with the space above the garage like that…makes the house look “fat.” The inside is also nice, but some of the furnishings look dated (older than 2003). The master bedroom looks tiny. The billiards room is nice, but reminds me of a lawyer’s office. I don’t know about the foyer; it looks really long and doesn’t terminate into something special. It just looks a little scattered with the benches on the side, the 2 rugs and the opening for the various rooms on either side. The railing and woodwork though is beautiful.

    Don’t know much about the area, but $14 million+ seems like a lot for a three-bedroom house (which I doubt includes the detached guest house).




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    • Grrrowler

      The price is definitely not out of line for this neighborhood. I’ve looked at houses on the point half this size that need major updating (one I considered a teardown) in the $6 million range. I would expect this house to go for close to its asking price since it doesn’t seem to need much/any updating. Like any waterfront area, there are only so many lots available, and this is some of the most expensive land in the Seattle area.




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    • Siobhan

      I prefer the term ‘top-heavy’ – as in, “Do these jeans make me look top-heavy?”




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      • Travis

        lol




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  • Grrrowler

    I’ve been in this house, and it’s gorgeous. It’s definitely not my style, and it’s typically Northwest Beige, but it’s very nice. Hunts Point is an amazing neighborhood that is actually a spit of land jutting into Lake Washington. There is one road in/out and every house is waterfront. This is the neighborhood where Craig McCaw lives in a lovely house. I’ve been into about 8 different houses on the point and, while some need updating, every lot is spectacular; all the lots are practically flat with lots of waterfront. Incidentally the empty double lot at the end of the point is for sale. There’s a new teak dock and a new beach, and the asking price is just under $20,000,000.




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    • Teddi

      $20M for empty land????????? How big is the plot? Bloody hell. I thought Palm Beach county waterfront land was ridiculously expensive.




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  • Siobhan

    Perfectly charming. Plenty of visual interest – textures, bright colors, and enough clean space and symmetry to give your eye a break – while still feeling very spacious and comfortable.

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE how the refrigerator – clearly a high-quality appliance in this home – is tucked away in what looks like a well-appointed pantry. Grrrowler, did you walk through the kitchen? Butlers’ pantry? Give me the details, man!!!




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    • Grrrowler

      The house feels a lot cozier than the square footage would indicate. The listing square footage includes the guest house I believe (although the bedroom count doesn’t). The main rooms are really good sizes without feeling cavernous. The entry foyer is a great space for entertaining, and it’s used for that at times. The rooms on the lower level are fairly large but they work. On one side of the entry foyer there is a study/library. The limestone floors work perfectly in the house.

      Yes, I have been in the the kitchen, and it’s quite nice. There’s the stainless-fronted fridge you can see in the pic and another glass-fronted fridge on the wall to one side (you can also see it in the pic). The kitchen is lovely, and the cabinetry is beautifully done, but honestly I don’t love the layout. The prep sink is in the wrong place, and I don’t like kitchens in which the cook top and the sink back up to each other. It’s convenient to simply spin around to put dishes into the sink, but with more than one person working it’s too crowded (plus the cook can trip over the open dishwasher).

      I saw the master bedroom; you can’t land a plane in it but it’s very comfortable. There’s a sitting area that’s not shown in the pics. I didn’t see the master bath or closet (although I wish I could have checked out the closet!).

      As nice as the pics look, they don’t do the house justice. The setting with the large trees, the view out to the lake, and the peace and quiet on the point are all just wonderful. I would change the furnishings, but I would live in this house in a heartbeat.




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  • Marcus

    Love this house. It has great stonework and an awesome view of the water. The interior is very nicely done without being over the top. Like Kenny I also like how your eye is drawn upwards first and than down the hall to the staircase.




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  • Jason

    this is a classy home. I like the main block and don’ overly dislike the projecting garage. it’s not the best, but given how the lot is probably narrow and backs up to the lake it’s a good solution and tastefully done. the interior is staid and a little boring yet still classy and well done. the stair balustrade is gorgeous! I love the design of the ironwork.




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  • Swimmer

    Love this home! It is incredibly beautiful, yet not over-the-top




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  • Nalin

    very nice and classy




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  • kieran

    So beautiful. I wish there were more exterior shots, for me that is the best part of this home, so charming! The building itself and the setting. I like.




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  • Iemand

    I love it. I love the first picture, I LOVE the foyer and I love it being lake side.
    And that last picture says it all; great!

    Downside: the window in the (master?)bedroom is really big (while the romo itself is small) and looks very cheap. I guess that window doesn’t look good from outside either (also much different than the windows at the front).

    But when it’s a walk in closet, why do you have closed closets in them??




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  • Travis

    I like the look of this house. I like how it’s fairly big, yet restrained from the front. I also really like the kitchen design & materials, and the separate pantry with refridgerators. I also noticed the big window in the master, and don’t like it. It looks cheap and i hate how the huge white framed window is next to the small black framed oval window. That little detail would bug me all the time if I lived there. My guess is that they wanted a large picture window, but couldn’t find a matching black framed one. The master does also look small, but it looks like the Poorly placed fireplace is doublesided, and there is a sitting room of some sort on the other side. And it’s only three bedrooms?? How can you justify a three bedroom, 9600 sq ft house?




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    • Travis

      Wow. I spelled refrigerator wrong. lol




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  • Mark

    This is a beautiful home, I like the interiors and the taste that was used, restrained and not garrish. That view from out back is incredible. Only thing I dont’ like personally is driving up and the garage is right there especially for that kind of money.




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  • Oliver

    Love this house!! the first picture makes you think its going to be much smaller and quaint than it really is but i think it was done very well. I also wish however that there were more outdoor shots id like to see how everything flows together and where that random garage at the end of the slideshow is located. Beautiful water views though! 14m is alot but you get alot too.




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    • Michael

      I think this house is unbelievable…..very surprised it has not sold in nearly 5 months. Anybody have any thoughts as to why it hasn’t sold in almost 5 months?




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  • joejoe509

    This house has been price-reduced down to $12,900,000.

    This is by far one of my most favorite mansions I have ever seen! It is SO cozy, comfortable, and livable! I too love that foyer. I’m not too thrilled with the location of the stairs, but I guess I’d have to see a floorplan or something to see how functional it is. I’m from WA state and so I’m familiar with Hunt’s Point. From what I understand, it’s a little slice of land and everyone gets their own little narrow strip of property along a shared road. I’m not sure I like how narrow the lots are as this limits the design of the house (chunky looking garage). Otherwise, I love EVERYTHING about it.

    I were to build my own mansion, I would use this heavily for inspiration. Enough said.




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