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113 feet of beach frontage on Lake Washington

Photos by Travis Peterson of TCPeterson Photography

The mid-winter cold has us dreaming of waterfront homes and lazy afternoons on a patio, which is likely why this four-bedroom, five-bath home on Lake Washington caught our eye. Located on the northern end of the lake in Kenmore, the 4,620-square-foot home was designed by Geoffrey Prentiss to take advantage of the water views.

Each room enjoys a view of the lake thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows and smart engineering of the sloping site. The property includes 113 feet of beach frontage, and the design uses steel and glass with accents of Montana slate and clear cedar. Inside, maple-paneled ceilings, Wenge African hardwood floors, and hand-troweled milestone bathroom walls provide a custom feel.

Other amenities include radiant floor heating, a 500-square-foot apartment above the three-car garage, and a zen garden at the entry way. Still, it’s the outdoor spaces that sell the home, including two landscaped patios, three decks, and a dock with a solar-powered boat lift and two jet ski lifts.

Waterfront living in the beauty of the Pacific Northwest: 16329 Inglewood Road is on the market now for $4,200,000.

Mature landscaping ads to the zen feel of the home.
An open staircase welcomes you into the house.
Floor-to-ceiling windows allow for views onto Lake Washington.
An open-concept, luxury kitchen.
The master bedroom looks out onto a patio and the lake.
The master bath is light and airy.