03 April 2021

Newly Built 8,000 Square Foot Contemporary Mansion In Redmond, WA



YEAR BUILT: 2020

LOT SIZE: 9.0 acres

SQUARE FEET: 8,580

BEDROOMS: 5

BATHROOMS: 8

LIST PRICE: $7,950,000

LISTING AGENT(S): Lisa Whittaker of Coldwell Banker Bain

20348 NE 85th Street in Redmond, WA is a breathtaking contemporary new build sited on nine of acres of land with a visually striking exterior that is clad in smooth and rugged limestone and contrasting horizontal cedar, accented by black flashing and metal roof. With numerous options to complement today's lifestyle, it boasts an open floor plan with dropped paneled ceilings and expanses glass that draw in loads of natural light and seamlessly unite both indoor and outdoor spaces.

The sophisticated residence features approximately 8,580 square feet of living space with five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a two-story foyer and separate stair hall with floating vertebrae staircase, two-story living room with floor-to-ceiling rolled steel fireplace, a chef-caliber gourmet kitchen with butler's pantry, dining area, a sitting room with fireplace and window wall, music alcove, second floor home offices, six-car garage, an expansive lower level that includes a lounge, a 2500-bottle wine cellar, a wet bar and game area, stadium-style home theater, a home gym, and much more. Outdoor features include a gated entrance, motor court, covered terrace with fireplace and BBQ kitchen, open and rooftop terraces, a zero-edge swimming pool, and a fire pit. The property also include a greenhouse, barn, and a utility building with racquetball court.





















 



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1 comment:

  1. The elevation is a discordant mish-mash of disparate materials and looks like Hell. (I know, modern lovers think this steaming pile is 'sophisticated' and 'creative.' I'm right, they're wrong.)This is an eyesore.

    The interior, highlighted by a plexiglass staircase and acrylic balcony is awful. The balcony plastic is held in place by chromed exposed bolts. WTF?! How often do you see exposed fasteners sitting in your Bentley? You don't, and they shouldn't be seen in your home either. That 2500 bottle wine cellar will come in handy when the new owner has to drown his buyer's remorse. And the ... oh never mind, just forget it. Call the bulldozers. Start over and this time hire a real architect.

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