5 Outstanding Luxury Homes for Sale in Washington State

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Haute Residence showcases a handful of extraordinary homes in the Evergreen State, from a beautiful brick mansion on Queen Anne Hill, to a posh condo overlooking Seattle's waterfront.

#1: Elegant Antique Manor

This impeccably restored estate—sited on Queen Anne’s coveted south slope—features grand common spaces adorned with exquisite millwork and antique glass.

700 W Lee St, Seattle, WA 98119

Now listed at $3.35 million, the 6,800-square-foot landmark mansion—touting five bedrooms and six baths—boasts a kitchen with marble counters and floors; an unparalleled master suite; a ballroom with a guest suite; and full staff quarters with a separate entrance.

#2: Lavish La Sirena in Mukilteo

Overlooking incredible views of the Puget Sound, this 8,500-square-foot residence—asking nearly $3 million—features five bedrooms and seven baths, on top of a home theater, game room, private spa house, and grand roof deck.

1477 Mukilteo Lane, Mukilteo, WA 98275

Exquisite details include custom stone and woodwork, coffered ceilings, and Venetian plaster walls.

#3: Quintessential Seattle Estate

Offering six bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths spanning four stories, this wonderfully restored Capitol Hill masterpiece—presently priced at $2.595 million—features a unique circular floor plan encompassing six bedrooms and five baths.

1100 E Newton Street Seattle WA US 98102

Other spaces in the 9,500-square-foot home—which features intricate moldings, floor-to-ceiling built-ins, coved ceilings, and two fireplaces—include a large foyer, a light-filled den, a sitting room, a newly-revamped gourmet kitchen, and a home office.

#4: Awe-Inspiring in Anacortes

Sited on over 168 acres of woods, this giant estate—now tagged at $19 million—features a 21,764-square-foot main house with eight bedrooms and 11 baths.

7535 Highway 20 Anacortes WA US 98221

Other facets of the nature-immersed spread—currently utilized as a wedding venue rental by its owners—include a private chapel, stables, and a barbecue station.

#5: Rare Four Seasons Resale

One of only a handful of private homes at the ritzy hotel, this two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath condo—now asking $3.15 million—boasts gorgeous stone and wood finishes, along with expansive windows overlooking the water and Great Wheel.

99 Union St #1201, Seattle 98101

Residents of the Four Seasons enjoy a 24-hour concierge, valet, housekeeping, around-the-clock security, and room service, plus access to the hotel’s fitness center, pool, and spa.

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