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2105 190th Place SE SOLD MAY 2017 | SAMMAMISH, WA 98075

Resting just steps away from the shores of Lake Sammamish, this stunning Northwest contemporary takes full advantage of commanding West-facing lake views. Lavish use of natural materials: bamboo, cedar, glass and stone offer distinctive Northwest character while the open floorplan and smart upgrades are decidedly modern. Enjoy seamless flow from the dining room to the chef’s kitchen where natural bamboo floors and stunning cherry shaker cabinets contrast with sleek stainless appliances. Fit for the most discerning chef with gleaming granite countertops, oversized island, dual dishwashers, wine fridge, 5-burner gas range and access to the expansive wrap-around deck. Glimpse an eagle perched in the treetops while reading a book from the living room with warm cedar ceilings, impressive stone fireplace and wall of windows overlooking unobstructed lake views. The tranquil lake-view master suite provides a welcome retreat with its walk-in shower and access to the deck with covered hot-tub. Upper level features two additional bedrooms and full bath. Meander downstairs to the expansive finished daylight basement complete with media room, wine cellar, flex space and gas fireplace. Carefully-conceived layout makes indoor-outdoor entertaining a breeze. Walk out one of several sliding glass doors to find a gardener’s paradise with professionally designed drought-resistant landscaping, raised planting beds and sprinkler system, all with incredible privacy. Enjoy easy access to sought-after community beachfront with boat moorage, picnic areas and sandy beach for swimming. Situated on a quiet drive, just minutes to Issaquah, Redmond and I-90. View the 3-D virtual tour here.   

3 Bedrooms
3 Baths
3,305 Square Feet
14,663 Square Foot Lot
Shared Waterfront + Moorage
Daylight Basement with Media Room & Wine Cellar 
Issaquah Schools

  • MLS# 1120743

*All properties shown on this page John Kritsonis and/or Karl Lindor represented the buyer and/or seller.