Northwest Contemporary Magnolia home designed by Ralph Anderson
Built in 2000, 4604 W Raye St. is a three-bedroom Northwest Contemporary home designed by renowned architect Ralph Anderson. Nestled in the Magnolia neighborhood in northwest Seattle, the home’s west-facing orientation provides incomparable Puget Sound, Bainbridge Island and Olympic Mountain views.
Meticulously sited and thoughtfully crafted by an icon, the 4,370-square-foot home boasts a bright and airy top floor with an open concept floorplan. Along the living room, floor to ceiling windows provide sightlines onto the expansive wraparound deck and well beyond. The kitchen sits below a soaring roofline and features a stainless steel, six-burner Viking gas range, as well as an eat-in bar with a dishwasher and wine fridge built-in.
The home’s main entrance and all three bedrooms are situated on the second floor. The spacious primary suite offers plenty of square footage in which to relax, unwind and stretch out—including a private, covered patio with commanding water views and a spa-like bathroom with soaking tub. Downstairs, on the first floor, a hallway leads past a half-bath and the laundry room and into a flexible family space ideal for movie or game nights.
Listed by Jay Kipp, Realogics Sotheby’s Int’l Rlty | Listed at $4,700,000