Imagine waking up to ocean and mountain views every morning…we might never leave the bed!
For any prospective home buyer who has 20 per cent of $6.6 million lying around (that’s $1,320,000), this property on McAnally Road located at the edge of 10 Mile Point Ecological Reserve might be worth a look.
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The glass house perched on a 1.59-acre rocky cliff overlooks the ocean with the Olympic mountains providing a stunning background, and features 3+1 bedrooms, 4+1 bathrooms.
Besides the obviously enticing 270-degree seascape views, the house incorporates a watery theme indoors by incorporating a pond that flows into a lower pool at the centre of the building.
According to real estate company Sotheby’s, this feature provides a natural cooling system and, combined with the floating staircase next to it, offers a tranquil and ethereal environment.
Other noteworthy features like the cathedral ceilings and rooftop patio all add to the home becoming one with nature.
Here’s what it looks like: