Luxe Queen Anne Contemporary Featured on the Front Cover of Luxury Home Magazine Seattle, Puget Sound Region & Surrounding Areas, Issue 15.2
Seattle, WA – April 19, 2021 – This contemporary residence sits atop Queen Anne hill with commanding city and water views. The dramatic great room enjoys 10′ ceilings, and is the perfect backdrop for entertaining.
Designed by Sturman Architects, the residence is off-set to align with the city. The home was built with endless attention to detail, with soundproofing that creates a serene, peaceful environment.
The lower level of the home doubles as both media room & professional sound studio. All four bedrooms enjoy sweeping city views. The home offers multiple dedicated office spaces, and entertaining spaces.
Private and fully enclosed with professionally landscaped grounds, this incredible residence is just minutes away from the fabulous amenities of Queen Anne.
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About the Listing Agents
Mary P. Snyder & Bob Bennion of Compass | Mary P. Snyder has more than thirty years of real estate experience specializing in luxury and estate properties. She represents luxury homes and estates in the Seattle neighborhoods of Broadmoor, Broadview, Denny Blaine, Madison Park, The Highlands, Washington Park, Downtown Seattle as well as destination properties on the Islands.
Bob Bennion has spent over 30 years building the trust of his clients and other in the real estate industry. A strong commitment to client service has elevated his business in every role he’s held. He has consistently been a top-producing agent, has sold over $554,000,000 in the last 15 years, and specializes in luxury and waterfront properties.
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