A serene paradise awaits the new owner of this Redmond resort – an unreal estate

Redmond, Washington – It’s a home built on the premise of strength and serenity.

“When I take clients here for the first time, I don’t want to talk much. I want to bring them home and let them soak up that sense of calm,” said Realtor Alex Gray of Realogics Sotheby’s International Reality.

“We’re just east of Redmond, the Union/Novelty Hill neighborhood. We called this property modern zen. It’s 1.8 acres and was built in 2007 for one of the most iconic modern homes you’ll find in this area,” Gray said. “What is so special about this property is that it cannot be recreated nowadays. They assembled this absolutely amazing work of steel, concrete and cedar wood.”

Serenity begins the moment you arrive at the accommodation.

“Open the steel gates, come across the courtyard around the basalt fountains and stop at any of the eight stalls and leave your journey wherever you want.”

A few steps from the garage is the spacious main house.

“In the great room, you’ll see 30-foot ceilings, all steel, concrete, and cedar construction. You’ve got a 17-foot kitchen island covered in a champagne sink with 12-foot-tall pendants going down. You’ll have a small, casual dining area to the right, You have a formal dining area,” Gray said. “The floating steel staircase is kind of a modern timepiece in itself.”

At the top of the stairs is your own private sanctuary.

“Initially you will see the third bedroom in the house which then connects to a private media room.”

Privacy and peace are also on display in the master bedroom of the house.

“Three walls of windows and then a skylight above you while you’re surrounded by nature,” Gray said. “It’s the basic bathroom that really draws people here. Marble tiles and huge glass enclosures. On your right is the shower space. On the left, the toilet. And you’re looking at the same basic garden space.”

Feel some fresh air? The backyard is the best place to take it all in.

“You have a 12-foot-deep pool with you,” Gray said. “Plenty of seating and a built-in hot tub. We have a number of fountains that go out that will drown out any kind of ambient noise.” “The gardens designed by David Ohashi feature a variety that in themselves makes a Northwest Botanical Garden.”

Modern design meets mother nature. The new owner of this Redmond Zen home will find himself in a very peaceful haven.

“This is definitely one of the quietest rolls we’ve ever had.”

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