This charming custom home in the desirable Commodore Neighborhood is a rare in-town package.  Four bedrooms, a finished basement and entertaining spaces inside and out.  All within walking distance of schools, Winslow and the ferry.  Come take a tour today in person.

Open House: Sunday 1-4pm

Welcome to 1525 Arthur PL NW and the Commodore Neighborhood.

Formal living room with dramatic  floor-to-ceiling windows.

Remodeled kitchen with white wood cabinetry, black granite counters and stainless steel appliances.

Master suite with cozy fireplace and private balcony.

Spa-like master bathroom with California Closet Systems.

Custom 900 sq ft hardwood deck, with spa.

Large .37 acre, fenced lot with sport court, fire pit, shed, and garden space.

Details about the home:

Charming custom home on quiet cul-de-sac in the desirable Commodore Neighborhood. Exceptional outdoor living spaces on larger, private lot. Quality finishes and updates, including remodeled kitchen with white wood cabinetry and granite countertops. Finished basement with spaces for media room, office, and storage. Four larger bedrooms all upstairs plus formal dining and living rooms. Master Suite with private balcony and cozy fireplace. In-town convenience close to schools, ferry, and Winslow.

  • Offered at $868,000
  • Four bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms
  • 3,500 square feet on .37 acres
  • Charming custom built home with covered front porch, cedar siding and cedar roofing
  • Formal living and dining rooms plus family room, bonus room and office
  • Light and bright remodeled kitchen with white wood cabinetry, black granite countertops, subway tile backsplash and newer stainless steel appliances
  • Hardwood floors on the main level
  • Fir windows, doors and trim throughout most of the home
  • Large master suite with a fireplace, private balcony, connected master bathroom and custom California Closet organization
  • Spa-like, updated master bathroom with double sinks, an extra-large dual-head shower and private toilet room
  • Oversized laundry room/mud room
  • Media room in the basement with built-in bookshelves, projector system and pull-down screen
  • Private room in the basement with separate entrance – perfect for home office, yoga studio or gym
  • Spacious 900 square foot hardwood custom deck and spa in the fenced backyard with sport court, fire pit, storage shed, garden space and fenced dog-run area
  • Electric forced air with heat pump
  • Connected city water and sewer

Visit the full Windermere listing here.

Visit this home’s custom website here.

Blakely Harbor on Bainbridge Island.

Things That We Know Are True

In the real estate business, we know never to count our proverbial chickens. Offers aren’t made until directed by a client. Offers aren’t successful until they are accepted. Inspections aren’t completed until everyone is satisfied.  And we never take a transaction closing for granted. Every step forward is a cause for celebration. We view the market in the same way, especially since 2008. So when we say that the first quarter of 2018 had many similar challenges as the first quarters of the past few years, we mean that there was strong demand, some supply, affordable interest rates, and a solid outlook. So we celebrate the first quarter, warts and all.

Beautiful Imperfections

Even some of the warts aren’t as bad as they might seem. This is particularly true of inventory, which has experienced new lows. At the beginning of April, there were only 40 available (active) single family home listings on the island. This includes all prices, pre-sale homes (which haven’t even been finished yet), and your typical cadre of homes that are woefully overpriced or in a condition or location most normal buyers shy away from. (Bainbridge is different from Seattle, where these types of things tend not to deter buyers.) Nevertheless, 66 homes sold in the first quarter, which surpassed our sales from the past two years. Those additional sales also confuse the lower inventory numbers because homes were essentially selling faster (some might call it “velocity” or “higher turn”) so there would have been more homes left on the market if we sold homes at last year’s rate. (The average cumulative days on market fell from 85 in 2017 to 70 this year – a 17.6% drop).

Combined with a 20% increase in both average and median prices (for the first time, our average price for a quarter is over $1 million), you would have to conclude that our market is very strong. Granted, buyers are paying more with fewer choices, but we are still seeing buyers looking west from Seattle and finding a far saner market with much better values. This surge is not limited to single family. Condominium sales matched last year (technically, up by one) with the median price growing 12%, from $515K to $575K. Land sales, unimpressive last year, burst out of the blocks in 2018 with a 50% increase in lots sold and a 100% increase in median price ($217,500 to $435,000).

New construction on Bainbridge Island

The Supply Chain

We know that demand is strong this year, but what about supply? The building behind Harbor Steps (between Cave and Ferncliff) is called Bainbridge Landing and will consist of about 114 rental units. The DR Horton project on Sunrise and Torvanger (11 homes) is about 70% complete with two homes remaining for sale. Quadrant is building 19 homes on Weaver (they are well under construction). The Reserve at Winslow on Finch Road features 12 luxury homes, Madison Grove off of Duane Lane includes eight luxury homes, and Madison Landing at 937 Madison Avenue includes 24 condos. These three properties are being developed by Island Communities by Millennial. The Roost has begun their second phase of live-work structures and The Residences at Pleasant Beach is going in for permits on their second tier of 12 homes. All of these projects are being built within the geographic boundaries of our current comprehensive plan, which has pushed density into specific neighborhoods on the island, leaving the vast majority of our land mass with its much lower density zoning.

Looking Around

How about our neighbors to the west and north? The North Kitsap market (Hansville to Poulsbo) is also active and fast-moving right now. There, 167 homes sold in the first quarter, with an average of 46 days on market, and at a selling pace 34% faster than ours. Since 2015, the median price (currently $385K) has risen 23%, almost 17% of which was a change from this year over last year. Things are popping across the Agate Pass Bridge.

The Value of Knowledge

If the first quarter is an indicator of the rest of the year, it appears we are in for an active year in Bainbridge Island real estate. To keep things moving in the right direction, experienced real estate agents bring a lot to the table. In an environment when buyers need to make decisions on sometimes short pressurized timeframes, a good agent will have sellers’ listings prepared in a fashion where the potential buyers feel more comfortable stretching their budgets. When representing buyers, it’s as much about preparing them to be able to act as it is about advising on locations, limits and putting things in the proper perspective. This guidance to both sides may sound “simple” but often makes many thousands of dollars’ worth of difference in transactions (to say nothing of the peace of mind it provides all parties).

So, right now,  things are good – occasionally a little stressful, but good. Please feel free to call or email to talk about how this current market can work with your current real estate plans.

I am excited to announce my newest listing on the sunny south end. This charming Fort Ward home provides a terrific opportunity for the next owner to earn some sweat equity – which is hard to find theses days. Over 3,000 square feet of living space plus over 2,000 sq ft of partially finished basement. Potential for MIL space, rental opportunity, guest space, home office/s, yoga studio – you name it. Come take a look for yourself during my open house on Sunday 1-4 or contact me for a private showing.

Open House

Sunday, April 15th from 1-4pm

Welcome to 2101 Belfair Ave on Bainbridge Island.

Charming, classic style on a sunny, flat lot.

A gracious entry way to greet your guests.

An extra-large kitchen with loads of storage, wood cabinetry and two pantries.

Main floor master with vaulted ceilings, french doors to the back deck and a five piece master bath with extra laundry.

Bright and sunny family room connects to deck and kitchen.

Three level home with flat and sunny backyard.

Partially finished basement has great potential for sweat equity. Plumbed bathroom, kitchen and wired media room.

Details about the home:

  • 3,000+ square feet of finished living space
  • 2,000+ square feet of partially finished basement space offers quick equity opportunity
  • .37 acre lot in sunny Fort Ward
  • 4 generously sized bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
  • Main floor master suite with 5 piece master bathroom
  • Vaulted and tall ceilings
  • Formal living and dining rooms
  • Updates in the master bathroom suite
  • Two laundry facilities
  • Hardwood floors on main level
  • New exterior paint in 2017
  • Connected sewer and water

Charming 3000 sq ft, 4 bedroom home with a 2,077 sq ft partially finished daylight basement plumbed for bath, kitchenette and media room. Hardwood floors and vaulted ceilings on main. Large kitchen, main floor master with 5 piece bath, 2 walk-in closets. Laundry on main and up. French doors open to sunny Trex deck on this flat, spacious lot in popular Fort Ward. New exterior paint. Some TLC needed. Sweat equity opportunity with the potential for 5,000 sq ft of living space. Connected sewer/water.

Click here to see the full Windermere listing details.

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The 2018 market is ramping up fast, but I wanted to make sure I got to my favorite annual blog posts, my top 10 homes on the island for 2017. Last year 439 homes sold on the island – up from 369 last year – wow!  I am proud to say I personally toured the majority of them (that is a lot of laps around the island) and these are ten of my favorites. The list spans the island from north to south and represents the various price ranges, although that is not how I planned it, it just sort of ended up that way. The themes that jump out at me about last year are quality and character.  As speculation builders creep into our market more and more, quality construction and charming character homes continue to be harder to find. Homes that I love have soul.  The homes on this list are indeed soulful.

The sales prices continue to shift upward as the economy maintains its health and the Seattle area continues to be tech destination. Again, like last year, only two homes on the list are waterfront homes, which shows the desirability throughout our island; from inland pastoral, to convenient close-in neighborhoods, to the ever sought-after view and waterfront homes.The lack of inventory continued to be the predominate theme in 2017, which is why you will again see many multiple offers noted below in the list. In 2017, like 2016, the multiple offer scenarios crept up over the $1M mark, to the higher-end sales in several cases.

This is my 10th annual list. Wow, time flies when you are having fun.   To get a feel of the homes I personally enjoy touring and see all ten of my annual lists in one place, click here.  Have a fun virtual tour.

#10 | Sunrise Dr NE

#10

Original List Price $598,000

Sale Price $615,000 (multiple offers)

Days on Market – 6

Date Sold 6/28/2017

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For #10 we start on the north end of the island on Sunrise Drive.  This home came on the market in the frenzy of the summer market and had multiple offers.  This home is surrounded by lush, established gardens and the interior style is bold, colorful and quirky. There are very few straight lines or boring colors in this home.  At just over 1,400 square feet the home lives large, making use of every inch and spills out to the garden spaces. The three stories gave you the feeling of being perched atop a magical tower and of course captures all possible light and views too.  A great start to the list that appreciates and celebrates non-cookie cutter style.

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#9 | Clayton Place NW

#9

Original List Price $738,000

Sale Price $738,000

Days on Market – 10

Date Sold 6/14/2017

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For #9 we move into Winslow to Clayton Place. In-town homes were in high demand once again last year.  Price per square foot is pricey in Winslow, where you trade lot size for Winslow convenience. Clayton Place is a quiet, small cul-de sac right at the edge of Winslow.  This home is just under 1,800 square feet and was listed at the beginning of summer at a price that some thought was aggressive. Yet, it took merely 10 days for the sellers to find the right buyer.  This home was originally spec built, but the sellers remodeled and styled the home into anything but ordinary.  The light and bright beach vibe is fun, colorful and downright likable.  The sellers added trim and wainscoting and chose great colors inside and out and I am always a fan of a modern metal roof.

Horizon View Place sold by Jen Pells Bainbridge Island Real Estate

#8 | Horizon View Place

#8

Original List Price $859,000

Sale Price $885,000

Days on Market –  4

Date Sold 5/24/2017

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For #8 we stay in town and move over to Horizon View Place near the high school.  This modern rambler/farmhouse was built and sold to my buyers in 2015.  I was happy to re-list it for them in 2017 when they decided to move further out onto the Kitsap Peninsula and buy farmland.  This newer, one-level living home with finer, modern finishes, vaulted ceilings and an open floor plan was sought after by many.  The in-town proximity plus being adjacent to the newly renovated Rotary Park was a rare package. And right now, the new home options in Winslow are generally in developments, which this home was not.  We were thrilled to see an aggressive offer the first weekend, which helped my buyers quickly get to their next chapter.

#7 | Sorrel Way NE

#7

Original List Price $859,000

Sale Price $850,620 (multiple offers)

Days on Market – 20

Date Sold 11/13/2017

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For #7 we head to the south end, to Sorrel Way, which sits above the Crystal Springs Neighborhood. I have always had a sweet spot for this home. It was a favorite back in 2009 when these sellers bought it.  The home does not scream anything overtly special, but the mellow hues, clean lines, whitewashed paneling, large west facing lot (which makes for epic sunsets) with custom designed  landscaping and a really good Rich Passage View, make it a rare, peaceful package on the south end. I had buyers crushed in 2009 when they could not get here fast enough to snap this one up. I was thrilled to help my buyers in 2017 be the winners in a multiple offer show-down.

#6 | Taylor Avenue NE

#6

Original List Price $975,000

Sale Price $1,060,000 (multiple offers)

Days on Market – 6

Date Sold 11/21/2017

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For #6 we move to the south-central area of the island for Taylor Avenue NE. I don’t think Taylor Avenue could better represent what I characterize as the Bainbridge Package – the charming farmhouse with smart, modern updates on a large sunny lot.  Plenty of space for chickens and all that fun stuff.  This oh-so-cute home on Taylor Avenue was sold by sellers who enjoyed and loved it for 30 years. My buyers were one of five or six offers and they really, really wanted it.  The good thing was the sellers wanted to sell to buyers who really, really wanted it. It is not always about the highest price, but about the offer and all its parts and pieces.  My buyers are thrilled to be living in their ideal Bainbridge Package after living in town for seven years.

#5 | Mandus Olson Road NE

#5

Original List Price $934,900

Sale Price $1,085,000 (multiple offers)

Days on Market – 10

Date Sold 5/30/2017

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For #5 we move to the center of the island and Mandus Olson Road NE. I have always really liked this area of the island because it is still close-in but feels very rural.  This larger, well built home on flat acreage caught the attention of many buyers.  This house makes the list for me for its large, fabulous, open kitchen. And it is a white kitchen, my favorite. I also really loved the open backyard and large deck space plus a bonus room over the connected garage.  The sellers had a fun mid-century modern style which made the house show really well too.  I recollect this home saw eight offers and had a steep escalation, one of the highest of the summer at $150,000. Here again is an example of the Bainbridge Package.

#4 | Parfitt Way SW

#4

Original List Price $1,175,000

Sale Price $1,250,000 (Contingent)

Days on Market – 14

Date Sold 9/27/2017

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For #4 we stop at Parfitt Way SW back in Winslow. This home really made me swoon.  One of the many fabulous things about it is the very private, very lush patio room.  The plantings and design are fantastic.  The trickling of the fountain makes Winslow seem a world away, yet you are in the heart of it. The interior was re-imagined by Tom Kuniholm and re-designed by Michelle Burgess and Smallwood.  A fantastic revamp with high end finishes, clean lines, a soothing color palette and thoughtful use of spaces.  While I was previewing this home I sat down for a moment to pet the cat basking in the sun and I did not want to leave. Ever.

#3 | New Sweden Avenue NE

#3

Original List Price $1,550,000

Sale Price $1,600,000 (multiple offers)

Days on Market – 6

Date Sold 4/28/2017

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For #3 we go back down south to New Sweden Avenue to this fantastic farmhouse on over 2.5 acres.  This home sits atop sunny acreage and is one of the best examples of an older home being lovingly restored to still look and feel old. The house also saw an add-on that flowed and worked really well.  I loved the house for its fantastic old world kitchen and fabulous woodwork and built-ins.  A prior owner was a master craftsman and built cabinets, an island, and built-ins that looked like they were in place since the turn of the century.  This house also saw multiple offers and again shows the popularity and desirability of quality, character homes on large properties. The Bainbridge Package.

#2 | Pleasant Beach Drive

#2

Original List Price $2,098,000

Sale Price $2,150,000 (multiple offers)

Days on Market – 7

Date Sold 5/9/2017

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For #2 we stay on the south end and head over to Pleasant Beach Drive.  Known as the Gold Coast of Bainbridge Island, Pleasant Beach always draws a crowd, no matter the home, but this one was pretty amazing.  The owners completely remodeled the main home and guest cottage.  The main home was not large at about 2,000 square feet, but being all on one level it flowed easily outside to the south and west facing decks and primo low bank waterfront.  The walls of windows were a major showstopper and the kitchen was clearly designed for impressive entertaining. The butler’s pantry was appointed with a cookbook display wall and thoughtful storage.  And the guest cottage is so quaint and well designed guests will not want to leave.  It is no surprise this home saw multiple offers and a price escalation of over $50,000.00.

#1 | Euclid Avenue NE

#1

Original List Price $2,675,000

Sale Price $2,420,000

Days on Market – 125

Date Sold 11/10/2017

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For #1 we go up to the north end again and end our list in Port Madison at Euclid Ave NE.  This home did not sell quickly and it did not have multiple offers, but it is fabulous none-the-less.  This home ticked all the boxes for me. Simplicity refined.  The sellers, who designed the home, clearly lived similarly to how we live in our home and I appreciated the design of the kitchen, living spaces and especially the LARGE mud room and laundry room. This is one of the best laundry rooms I have ever been in.

I also truly loved the use of wood and tall walls of windows and walls of concealed storage.  I also really appreciated how the bedrooms were not large (wasted space in my opinion), even the master. But, they did all have primo water views. Wow. This home just felt right to me the moment I walked in and tugged at me every day it was on the market. This medium-bank waterfront home sits toward the mouth of Port Madison and the boat traffic is a joy to watch. And beyond all of that, the home is in one of the best neighborhoods on the island with great sense of community plus shared beachfront and trails.

As we head into 2018 I am already on the lookout for special, soulful homes and I am making my list.  See you out there.

Again, to get a feel of the homes I like personally and see all nine of my lists in one place, click here.

Inventory.  Inventory  is the big topic of conversation in the Bainbridge Island real estate world.  As we close the door on 2013 and move into the 2014 market our inventory is historically low.  2012 was a banner year for volume on the island with 386 total sales.  Last year the economy improved and the year started off with a bang but at the end of December, we ended with only a few more sales at 414 total for 2013.  Why?  Lack of inventory is one reason.  Buyers are poised and ready, but the listings, the inventory is just not here right now.  But, I am hopeful the homes will appear on the market as we head into spring.

The list below is a great representation of 2013.  Strong sales in the $600-$800k market, up 50% from last year.  The over million dollar market, however, was down 28%. The initial predictions for 2014 are that the $600-$800k will stay strong and the higher end market will improve.  And the ever active $400-600k market will continue at a brisk pace.  Enjoy the list below and let me know if you have any questions about a property.

Bainbridge Island Real Estate

#10

Original List Price $689,500

Sale Price $671,800

Days on Market 47

Date Sold 6/2/13

For #10 we start out on the south end of the island on Rose Avenue. Built by Reijnen Company, this home sits on a shy acre with good light in a rural area on the sound end.  I felt like this home sold for a great price, with finishes not often seen in a home under $700k.  I like Reijnen’s style with clean lines and tall ceilings, which is why their homes have appeared on my lists in the past.

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Torvanger Road on Bainbridge Island.  Bainbridge Island Real Estate.

#9

Original List Price $929,000

Sale Price $950,000

Days on Market 7

Date Sold 7/22/13

You may remember #9 from last year.  This home on Torvanger  Road made an appearance on this list, but selling last year for $100k less.  The sellers relocated out of state, so this home was back on the market this year.  Last year it saw multiple offers.  And this year priced over $100k higher it saw multiple offers again.  This year it sold for 102.26% of asking price with a line of disappointed buyers yet again.  As I said before, Torvanger was a special package of charm, land, and privacy.  A package getting harder to replicate, especially under $1 million.

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Bainbridge Island Real Estate

#8

Original List Price $776,000

Sale Price $741,000

Days on Market 34

Date Sold 10/2/13

The north end saw a lot of activity last year. This home, taking the #8 spot, is around the corner from Torvanger Road on Sunrise Drive and also a very nice package. This home reminds me of homes found  in coastal Carmel California.  Storybook charm abounds from the woodwork inside and the landscaping outside  to the private trail leading to a sandy beach with the sought after deeded beach access.  Tack on the views of Puget Sound, a guest suite over the garage and this was a perfect match for the buyers.

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Bainbridge Island Real Estate

#7

Original List Price $625,000

Sale Price $61o,000

Days on Market 119

Date Sold 9/30/13

For #7 we move to the extreme south end of the island to Douglas Road in Fort Ward.  The gracious design of this home is the brainchild of to Patina Designs.  This home offers an efficient use of space, gorgeous woodwork and fine finishes.  The home, with hand dipped cedar shingles was thoughtfully sited on the lot to capture the light  gorgeous trees surrounding the property.  The builder made a lot of smart decisions, which make this home stand out from the rest.

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Bainbridge Island Real Estate.  Old Mill Road.

#6

Original List Price $629,000

Sale Price $629,000

Days on Market 1

Date Sold 6/13/13

For #6 we move mid-island to one of my favorite areas.  This home is on Old Mill Road in the Eagle Harbor/Blakely farmland area.  This home immediately grabs you with its classic curb appeal.  Then add a mini-vineyard, chicken coop and sensible, flexible floor plan and you arrive at a superb package close to schools and the ferry . . . yet a world away from the everyday hustle and bustle. And again, this one has incredible light.  You can understand why this home, priced in the $600’s, went pending in one day.

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Bainbridge Island Real Estate. Valley Road on Bainbridge Island

#5

Original List Price $738,000

Sale Price $710,000

Days on Market 28

Date Sold 9/26/13

For #5 we move north again to Rolling Bay and the east side.  This home on Valley Road impressed me from day one with its drop dead gorgeous views of Puget Sound and Seattle.  The home itself is unique and fun.  The quiet, easement road of about five homes, all with the same gorgeous views, is relaxed, beachy and eclectic.  Each time I visited the home I certainly felt like I was on vacation.  And I am sure that is why the buyers snapped it up too.

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Hawley Way on Bainbridge Island.  Bainbridge Island Real Estate.

#4

Original List Price $798,500

Sale Price $788,500

Days on Market 7

Date Sold 9/9/13

For #4 we move down to to the ferry dock.  And the stellar views continue with this home on Hawley Way.  A turn of the century home on the historic registry, The Morrill Home, with a small cottage in the back is just two blocks from the ferry terminal with stunning views of Eagle Harbor, the coming and going ferry, Seattle, and Mt. Rainier.  The original elements of this home have been lovingly cared for with some smart updates.  But, beyond all the charming and history, there are views from EVERY room of this special home.

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Olympus Beach on Bainbridge Island.  Bainbridge Island Real Estate.

#3

Original List Price $848,000

Sale Price $840,000

Days on Market 12

Date Sold 10/31/13

For #3 we move to the west side  of the island, near Battle Point Park.  This Olympus Beach Road home has dramatic curb appeal and it sits on a spectacular lot that enjoys great south-west sun on the patio and in the living areas.  The inside spaces are open, yet have cozy window seats and built-ins.  A home for someone who loves modern elements, yet appreciates the warmth of northwest architecture.  The home is down the street from beach access and a short distance to popular Battle Point Park. No surprise this was another home that saw multiple offers.

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Bainbridge Island Real Estate. Reitan Road on Bainbridge Island.

#2

Original List Price $1,285,000

Sale Price $1,200,000

Days on Market 10

Date Sold 12/11/13

For #2 we stay on the west side of the island, but move north again to Reitan Road. I remember having the best wood fired pizza from this home’s pizza oven . . . back on a gorgeous sunny day in December.  All while soaking up the best views.  This home sits on Reitan and unless you are headed to a home on this road, you would have little reason to come across this view.  But having the opportunity to witness it in person was a delight.  The nana doors open up the entire family room and create an amazing indoor/outdoor space.  The outdoor pizza oven, guest space and reclaimed redwood timbers mixed into the unique asian architecture kept this a home on the market for a mere 10 days.

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Bainbridge Island Real Estate.  Knight Road on Bainbridge Island.

#1

 Original List Price $1,088,000

Sale Price $1,102,000

Days on Market 4

Date Sold 11/13/13

For #1 we stay north but move towards Fay Bainbridge Park.  The north end had a lot of action this year, which is seen on this page.  This home on Knight Road, was built by Jefferson Fine Homes and designed by Architect Peter Brachvogel.  Sited on over three private acres, this home exudes quality craftsmanship inside and out.  Walls of windows, high ceilings, and an open floor plan piqued the interest of many buyers.  Jefferson Fine Homes is known for their well built homes and quality materials like cedar shingles, metal clad windows, and ipe decking.  As the architect, Peter Brachvogel, created thoughtful spaces like a cozy media room set just off the kitchen, a large mudroom/laundry room with built-in lockers, and a remote full guest suite on the main level plus bonus space over the garage.   All elements that  helped this home see multiple offers and close $14k over their asking price.

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