High-End Real Estate Roundup
An imposing lodge in rural Washington, a lakefront retreat near Seattle, and a sportsman’s ranch near Klamath Falls, Oregon are all heading toward the auction block. Read more in our weekly high-end real estate roundup.
The Lodge at Tumble Creek sits 80 miles east of Seattle, located on an acre overlooking th 13th tee of the Tumble Creek Golf Course. Built in 2008, the 7,784sf timber frame log home offers four bedrooms, seven baths, and eight fireplaces. Walls are of red western cedar logs, floors are hickory or stone, and ceilings are vaulted. There’s a Great Room, and floor-to-ceiling windows offer expansive views of the surrounding woods and such niceties as its saltwater pool and spa. Originally offered at $4.9m, the lodge has a starting bed of $2m for its sale, ending December 12th.
Not far away, on the shores of Lake Washington near Seattle, there’s a waterfront estate, built just last year, that’s also coming up for auction. With over 118 feet of frontage on the lake, the home has 4 ensuite bedrooms and 5 baths, as well as a formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, his and her offices, and a bistro bar. Five fireplaces cozy the place up, as do the wide plank reclaimed hickory floors, and high-end finishes and stonework. Outdoors, there’s a covered patio near the water’s edge, and also a shared dock. The auction will take place on November 17th.
If you’re looking for something a bit more remote, consider the Rock’n LB Ranch. Its 458 acres offer 1.9 miles—yes, that’s miles—of frontage along the Sprague River in Chiloquin, Oregan, near Klamath Falls. Once you finally reach it, there’s quite a bit to hold your attention: a five bedroom main residence, horse barn, caretaker shop, and 296 acres of irrigated pasture. Even better, the ranch has recently has a price reduction of $1,725,000. The owner recently spent over $250,000 on a riparian and riverfront habitat enhancement program in partnership with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. For the November 29th auction, the spread now has a reserve price of $1,225,000. It can be bought whole or in two parcels. The first, offered for a minimum of $975,000, includes all ranch improvements and 299 acres with 1.5 miles of riverfront. The second parcel, offered for a minimum of $250,000, includes 158 acres with meadow, a building site for a residence, and .4 miles of river frontage.