$6,000,000 | Under Contract
989 100th Avenue Southeast
Convenient location, custom design, and glorious views make this Bellevue luxury home one of a kind.
The home on top of the hill is located half a mile from Old Bellevue’s Main Street. On the way to Meydenbauer Bay, a southward turn on 101st Ave SE leads to 100th Ave SE which steadily climbs uphill. At the end of the road, there is only one way to go. Beyond the gate, the driveway ascends to a new Bellevue luxury home and a brand new address.
The former residence was only accessible from 99th Avenue SE. It shared the driveway with another home. The decision to connect all utilities from 100th Ave SE was the key to building a unique Bellevue luxury home – elevated on a hill with glorious views.
The Bellevue neighborhood where the home is located is known as Meydenbauer Bay.
Rare for a residence, this Bellevue luxury home sports three stories. There are two sets of stairs and an elevator for easy access.
The home’s design meets the demands for the flexible use of space. It avoids the ostentatious display of one room at the expense of others. The layout of the 5,512 square foot home allocates the space in well-proportioned rooms and places.
The distribution of the six bedrooms makes this evident. There are two on the first, one on the second and three on the third floor. The home’s heart is the second floor, where indoor and outdoor spaces connect fluently.
There is more than meets the eye – and ear. The design of the windows allows for optimal heat transfer. The commercial-grade climate control system calibrates infinite adjustments. The system allows for the air to circulate throughout the home silently. The controls, inside and out, are designed for ease of use, with many in the “set-and-forget” mode.
This Bellevue luxury home is connected with best-of-class wireless access points on each floor for seamless, uninterrupted internet access. It even has a landline required for the operation of the elevator.
The home’s security and safety, equipped with an automated fire sprinkler system, extends to the outside. There, the remote-controlled gate separates the driveway from the public street.
The home’s placement offers glorious views.
Facing east and slightly north, even the view from level ground skims above the neighboring rooftops. The second and third floors take full advantage of the setting. The master suite and the adjoining executive office take top billing.
The easterly views show the Cascade mountain range with Mt. Baker toward the northeast. With the change of the weather, seasons, and time of day, the scenery fascinates constantly.
To the north and in the foreground rises Downtown Bellevue. The quiet of the location makes one forget how close this home is to business, commerce, shopping, dining, and entertainment.