Architectural Evergreen Point home designed by Hal Levitt
Wow that was fast! January has had surprising buyer activity but a Medina home in Evergreen Point went pending in 10 hours! 3667 Fairweather Lane was designed by Beverly Hills architect, Hal Levitt, and is being sold for the first time in 50 years.
Built in 1972, the 4,310 square foot and 3 bedroom/2.5 bathroom home boasts 110 feet of waterfront and blends glass, stone, and wood, highlighting all of the elements of the PNW. 18-foot ceilings showcase the walls of windows on every side of the house creating 180-degrees of panorama vistas. The home is built over and around the in-ground pool to allow for views of the lake and sunsets from every angle, inside and out. There aren’t many true one-of-a-kind homes out there but this is definitely one of them!
Priced at $18,500,000
Listed by Anna Riley & Denise Niles | Windermere Real Estate/East