• Home Exterior: Hunts Point, Wash.

    No car? No problem. At this waterfront estate on Lake Washington you and your guests can avoid gridlock by mooring your boats at the home’s private yacht-sized dock.   See the Gallery

  • Lake Washington: Hunts Point, Wash.

    Here's one of the reasons the home earned its name, Villa a Lago.   See the Image

  • Secluded Pond: Hunts Point, Wash.

    One of the ponds that makes up this home's lush, tranquil landscaping   See the Image

  • Patio: Hunts Point, Wash.

    Published 03/25/13 in Houses
    Patio: Hunts Point, Wash.

    One of the home's unparalleled views of the surrounding mountains and waterways   See the Image

  • Master Bedroom: Hunts Point, Wash.

    The grand master bedroom, with its art niches and fireplace, hosts a bed that could have been inspired by Michael Taylor.   See the Image

  • Master Bathroom: Hunts Point, Wash.

    Custom cabinets in the master bathroom have the feel of furniture, thanks to footed bottoms and the built-in shelves.   See the Image

  • Living Room: Hunts Point, Wash.

    The living room arrangement, with sofas and chairs symmetrically arranged, puts the focus on the view.   See the Image

  • Kitchen: Hunts Point, Wash.

    A large stone-topped island and an all-fridge/all-freezer combo make this kitchen party central.   See the Image

  • Home Exterior: Hunts Point, Wash.

    Built in 1989, this 6,869-square-foot contemporary mansion features a vaulted ceiling and French doors that lead outside to Lake Washington.   See the Image

  • Entryway: Hunts Point, Wash.

    Michael Taylor, the famed American interior designer, spawned the California style -- and these massive doors look like they could have come from one of his collections.   See the Image

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