Home of the Week: A Waterfront Compound in the San Juan Islands

In our newest ‘Home of the Week‘ we move from a palatial estate in New Jersey to a stunning private waterfront compound in the most popular town in the San Juan Islands – Friday Harbor.

This estate is located on the south east corner of San Juan Island on its own ultra private rocky point that overlooks the crisp blue water of Puget Sound. The main residence on this expansive estate is almost indescribably beautiful. With such a beautiful landscape enveloping the home, the residence invites those waterfront and snow-capped mountain views right into your living space.

The home is outfitted with the finest modern amenities you could ask for but they are integrated expertly within the home to maintain a strong connection to the heritage of the great Pacific Northwest. The wood and stone textures are delightfully soothing and play perfectly with the Brazilian crystal black granite and mahogany floors. The home is certainly zen-like, but it is also an entertainer’s dream as it features large open spaces, patios, a library, fitness center, spa, greenhouse and so much more.

If you were lucky enough to call this place home, you would certainly have a host of family and friends eagerly ready to pay you a visit. Luckily, this estate offers ample accommodations, as it has a 2 bedroom guest home just 200 feet off the main residence that offers up easy access to fishing and kayaking. The private getaway has the distinct benefit of being located in the most popular town in the San Juan Islands, which means you can venture out into town to enjoy the fine restaurants and abundant local shops and stores.

Click here to see more of this once in a lifetime home listed by Merri Ann Simonson with Coldwell Banker San Juan Islands, Inc.

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Via: Coldwell Banker Blog

    

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