The Seattle Times Lists the 10 Most Expensive Homes in Washington State; Includes Madroneagle

The Seattle Times  recently put together a list of “The 10 most expensive real-estate listings in Washington state,” which includes Madroneagle, listed by Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR). As Matt Grady suggests, take your mind off the hot Seattle real estate market marked by “bidding wars, $1,000 rent hikes, and ongoing discussions about equitable housing practices,” and “distract yourself by checking out the 10 most expensive real-estate listings in Washington state. With the entry-level price point being about $10 million, the data about rising statewide real estate doesn’t begin to touch these luxury home listings. It’s interesting to consider the locations: Seattle and Bellevue claim one apiece, with two each for Vashon and Mercer islands. The remaining homes are sprinkled across the shorelines of Puget Sound.” Read an exploration of Madroneagle's highlight below. 

Madroneagle  |  512 Catspaw Lane, Eastsound  |  Offered at $10 million

A majestic estate situated on an astounding 42 acres, Madroneagle “borrows accents from a rustic lodge – wood floors, exposed wooden beams, barn-like bathroom doors” yet “is anything but unrefined.” A highlight? “The property’s shoreline gradually tapers from steep banks to a beach.”