A breathtaking setting in the heart of the city
Originally built between 1903 and 1905, this house is best known as ‘The Skinner Mansion,’ named for the prominent shipping magnate who lived in it from 1914 until the 1950’s. Located on the crest of Capitol Hill, The Skinner Mansion is positioned at highest point overlooking the city and Elliott Bay.
This fine Georgian Revival home is a landmark Seattle residence. It belongs to an elite group of early 20th century grande dames situated on what has long been called ‘Millionaires’ Row’ near Volunteer Park. Painstakingly remodeled between 2000 and 2006, the result is a home that retains its historical integrity while offering a warm, welcoming environment for comfortable 21st century family living. The renovation updated all systems and amenities and was completed with exceptional attention to detail.
Wake up to phenomenal views
Just outside the master suite, gorgeous city and Puget Sound vistas can be seen from this large deck. Whether sunbathing, reading, entertaining or watching the sunset with a glass of wine, this feature is bound to become one of your favorite spots.
stellar wine cellar
This magnificent, custom-designed wine cellar holds a whopping 4,000 bottles! With custom glass door, slate floors, and an inventive wood racking system, keep tabs on your wine collection in style.
a botanical oasis
Adding a touch of whimsy, formal boxwood gardens burst into color, while the water feature provides tranquility at the entrance of this stately three-story home.
An Entertainer's Dream
The sophisticated styling of this grand scale dining room is an idyllic setting for both intimate occasions and holiday meals for twenty. It has a box beam ceiling, wainscot walls, and a fireplace set in a highly embellished wall. The dining room has access to a deck off the kitchen perfect for family barbeques and lower level gardens.
Downstairs, enjoy a spectacular media/billiards room with a built-in Dolby sound system has the feel of an English gentlemen’s club with its floors and paneled walls of quarter sawn oak. Custom cabinetry conceals a 70ꞌ screen and other media equipment. A bar with a long granite-topped counter is equipped with an icemaker, refrigerator and keg on tap.
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Wine Cellar, English Pub
Year Built: 1905
Square Feet: 10,416
Lot Size: 10,000 sq.ft.
Heat: Radiant, Radiator
Taxes: $42,108 (KCR, 2017)
Offered at $5,995,000
Fine 1905 Georgian Revival home meticulously renovated to its original grandeur with technology in mind. Warm hardwood floors and high ceilings throughout. Elegant living room with box beam ceiling and French doors overlooking sunroom, equipped with custom windows that open for indoor/outdoor living—featuring water-and-mountain views.
Chef’s kitchen with granite counters, top-notch appliances and adjoining living/dining area. Four en suite bedrooms on second floor, including master suite with coffee nook, view terrace, marble bath, and walk-in closet with Häfele storage. Lower level offers exceptional wine cellar, English-pub inspired full bar and game room—plus office, laundry and guest suite with full kitchen and separate entrance. Full office suite with views, space for two additional bedrooms, and ample multi-purpose space on third floor. Total 5+ bedrooms, 7+ baths; 7 fireplaces.