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On the market for $2.15M in Vashon, Wash., is a Zen-like compound that avows "the magic of Bali and Java with the pristine grandeur of the northwest native landscape." And—isn't this a delightful surprise?—the 3,000-square-foot place actually seems to deliver. The estate's airy main home, temple-inspired secondary building, and rustic "solid teak" guesthouse all sit atop 17.5 acres of Pacific Northwest woodland. The grounds are dotted with low-key water features, stone pathways, and bonsai-like trees. Inside: big windows, open spaces, and lots of antique furnishings. The whole sprawl only has three bedrooms, but, as Curbed Seattle notes, the place clearly boasts "about 18 different places to take a nap, so call it what you want." It's all above.
· 14725 108th Ln, Vashon, Wash. [Zillow]
· A "Meditative" Escape on 17.5 Acres Is Asking $2.15M [Curbed Seattle]