More About This Home High-Tech Home for Energy Efficient Living
On Market $2,799,000
6013 104th Avenue Northeast, Kirkland, Washington 98033
6 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms 4,040 Square Feet | Rooftop Deck
Step through the doors of a fully renovated Houghton View Home where a modern aesthetic meets magnetizing views of Lake Washington extending to the Olympic Mountains. Situated on a quarter acre, 4,040 square feet of living space opens across a masterful floor plan that truly integrates an indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Over 2,000 square feet of outdoor terraces include a rooftop deck with the highest view point of Houghton, complete with a brand new hot tub and fire table for effortless entertaining. Want to take the summer outdoor lifestyle to the next level? Connect your BBQ to the outdoor gas line just off the kitchen deck or build your dream outdoor kitchen on the rooftop.
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The home offers 6 bedrooms and 4 baths for seamless day-to-day living and entertaining, from a chef’s kitchen with rich hardwoods, an ample island and stainless steel appliances, to an informal upper living area and downstairs family room plumbed for a wet bar. A tranquil master suite affords the ultimate in relaxation with a spa-like ensuite featuring double showers, a free-standing tub for two, imported Italian and French tiles, and heated floors that extend from the toilet to the bottom of the tub.
Originally built in the late 1970s, the home was re-envisioned by renown Redding Architects with interior design by Israeli designer Shosi Cohen. No expense was spared in a $1.2 million remodel that went “down to the studs” with new electrical, plumbing, appliances, HVAC, floors, walls, insulation, roof, and more. High-tech living comes together with a kitchen in-wall sound system connected to Sonos and an in-wall home theater in the downstairs living room with Bowers & Willkins speakers. Embrace an energy efficient opportunity with new insulation, LED lighting throughout, a ductless/invisible HVAC with 5 separate units controlled via thermostat or smart phone, and pre-wiring for solar panels on the roof. Over $60K in custom cabinetry throughout the home includes a 9×10 foot bookshelf, while a hidden passageway with concealed doors will provide for infinite entertainment for kids.
Extensive French drains around the front and backyard connect to a rain water well that overflows to the street as needed. The ample backyard is ready for lawn games and summer cookouts, while a concealed gate on the South fence provides direct access to the Kirkland Cross Corridor Trail and all the recreation that living in Kirkland provides.
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