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Private South Lake Sammamish Living and Contemporary Design in Issaquah, WA

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Luxury Home Magazine Seattle spotlights this contemporary design on the front cover of their most recent issue. Enjoy all that the Lake has to2 - Copy offer, 67’ of sandy waterfront, dock, boat/jet ski lifts, hot-tub & slide! Stunning welcoming spiral travertine staircase. Chef’s kitchen w/Viking stove, granite counters & pantry. Luxurious master w/spacious bath & private balcony. Lower level features 2nd master, media rm, home office & gym. Quality finishes including travertine heated flrs & zoned heating/AC. 3 car garage & ample guest parking.

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Karl Lindor & John Kritsonis

Windermere Real Estate

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This home has been featured on the front cover of LHM Seattle Issue 9.4!

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Traditional Style Estate with Contemporary Finishes in Woodinville, WA

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Luxury Home Magazine of Seattle presents the pinnacle of custom estates. This 11+ acre home pairs traditional style w/ clean contemporary finishes. Gleaming 5hardwood floors lay underfoot from the kitchen to the halls & welcoming nook. This functional layout hosts a butler pantry, 2 offices, bonus room w/ vaulted ceilings & a spacious master suite w/ steam shower & walk-in closet. The sprawling deck sits front row to tranquil views of nearly 2 acres of emerald lawns. Invite loved ones; have them stay in the guest house nearby.

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Tere Foster & Moya Skillman of Foster Realty

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This home is featured on the front cover of LHM Seattle Issue 8.6!

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Steven Smith Built Rambler Estate, Woodinville WA

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Luxury Home Magazine of Seattle features this rare find Stevea.2n Smith- built rambler estate that is the epitome of luxury and elegance in the heart of Wine Country. Updated to perfection with a fireplace master wing, spacious living areas and a sprawling floor plan, this finely crafted home is sited regally on a lush Hollywood Hill shy-acre.

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Sunny, Greg, Lisa, and Bret Butler

Windermere Real Estate

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March 29, 2013 Posted by | King County Luxury Homes, Luxury Home Magazine, Luxury Homes, Luxury Real Estate, Seattle Luxury Homes, Seattle Washington, Washington Luxury Homes | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Windsor Greens Luxury Home, Sammamish WA

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Luxury Home Magazine of Seattle presents this well-known Windsor Greens showpiece that will transport you to another era where entertaining anda.2 celebrations were an appreciated art form. Truly a one-of-a-kind, this custom home is heritage architecture with modern fun and convenience built-in. Over six bedrooms offer a place for all generations, heated pool crowned by a waterfall, note the music room attached to the parlor, leaded glass transoms adorn every entry & an eagle’s nest office within the main turret.

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Mark Von Der Burg of Coldwell Banker

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LuxuryHomeMagazine.com  andLuxuryHomeMagazineBlog.com are a division of Sunshine Publications, Inc. Luxury Home Magazine is a market specific publication featuring Luxury Homes and Luxury Real Estate showcased in a “coffee table magazine” format represented throughout the United States and distributed through the platforms In Print, Direct Mailed and Online Interactive Digital Media. For advertising information in Seattle | Greater King County Luxury Home Magazine click here.

March 8, 2013 Posted by | King County Luxury Homes, Kirkland Luxury Homes, Luxury Home Magazine, Luxury Homes, Luxury Real Estate, Seattle Luxury Homes, Seattle Washington | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Beautifully Remodeled Estate In Clyde Hill, WA

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Luxury Home Magazine of Seattle features this beautiful remodeled home. NW character is defined by the original brush strokes of Ralph Anderson and enhanced by a trend setting 2010 renovation. A glorious western orientation and incredible indoor and outdoor gathering spaces provide year roua.1.1nd fun. Rich natural stone, lofty ceilings and luxurious amenities surround you in beauty. Playful, elegant and spacious with inviting spaces including exercise, wine cellar, “cosmo’ library, game and movie rooms, big beautiful covered outdoor room!

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Anna Riley of Windermere Real Estate

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LuxuryHomeMagazine.com  and LuxuryHomeMagazineBlog.com are a division of Sunshine Publications, Inc. Luxury Home Magazine is a market specific publication featuring Luxury Homes and Luxury Real Estate showcased in a “coffee table magazine” format represented throughout the United States and distributed through the platforms In Print, Direct Mailed and Online Interactive Digital Media. For advertising information in Seattle | Greater King County Luxury Home Magazine click here.

February 27, 2013 Posted by | King County Luxury Homes, Luxury Home Magazine, Luxury Homes, Luxury Real Estate, Seattle Luxury Homes, Seattle Washington, Washington Luxury Homes | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Prime Hunts Point Waterfront, WA

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Luxury Home Magazine of Seattle spotlights this Hunts Point waterfront. This prime Hunts Point waterfront features unsurpassed Olympic views. The contemporary architeca.2ture is beautifully executed and the perfect compliment to the location, with large view windows, high beamed ceilings and clear cedar walls. Two master suites; gym; elevator; and abundant storage. The separate guest house and the main house were rebuilt in 2006.

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Rondi Egenes & Sandy Nicholls of Windermere Real Estate

LuxuryHomeMagazine.com  and LuxuryHomeMagazineBlog.com are a division of Sunshine Publications, Inc. Luxury Home Magazine is a market specific publication featuring Luxury Homes and Luxury Real Estate showcased in a “coffee table magazine” format represented throughout the United States and distributed through the platforms In Print, Direct Mailed and Online Interactive Digital Media. For advertising information in Seattle | Greater King County Luxury Home Magazine click here.

January 4, 2013 Posted by | King County Luxury Homes, Luxury Home Magazine, Luxury Homes, Luxury Real Estate, Seattle Luxury Homes, Washington Luxury Homes | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Jewel On Meydenbauer Bay, Bellevue WA

Luxury Home Magazine of Seattle presents this jewel on Meydenbauer Bay. La Terrazza is a charming jewel perched on Meydenbauer Bay. Eight sets of french doors open out to terraces spanning the entire facade perfect for dinning, sunning or relaxing. This delightfully appointed home, with an interesting spacious layout is completely private, secluded and enchanting. The interior has been eloquently refined to a very high standard using al fresco interpretations, espresso hard wood floors details of times past all providing a warm and inviting audience.

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Becky Gray of Windermere Real Estate 

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LuxuryHomeMagazine.com  and LuxuryHomeMagazineBlog.com are a division of Sunshine Publications, Inc. Luxury Home Magazine is a market specific publication featuring Luxury Homes and Luxury Real Estate showcased in a “coffee table magazine” format represented throughout the United States and distributed through the platforms In Print, Direct Mailed and Online Interactive Digital Media. For advertising information in Seattle | Greater King County Luxury Home Magazine click here.

July 2, 2012 Posted by | King County Luxury Homes, Luxury Homes, Luxury Real Estate, Seattle Luxury Homes, Washington Luxury Homes | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

NW Contemporary On East Lake Sammamish, WA

Luxury Home Magazine of Seattle spotlights the Fourth Annual Waterfront Open House Boat Tour on Lake Samammish! Please join us on Sunday, May 6th, June 3rd, July 8th, and August 12th

The sixth largest lake in Washington and second largest in King County, Lake Sammamish is a major source of recreation for water sports enthusiasts, fishing, and boating.  Enjoy the wonderful Washington weather this summer while touring on a beautiful MasterCraft vessel – luxury indeed!  Kritsonis & Lindor are proud to present this fantastic event once again and will be featuring several homes on the tour.  You don’t want to miss out on the opportunity for this lakeside luxury living.

A sampling of the current Lake Sammamish offerings includes a beautiful Shore Lane SE East Lake Sammamish home with 100 feet of sunny, low bank waterfront.  This recently updated home includes panoramic views of the gardens and lake, a remodeled kitchen with high-end appliances, slab granite, and designer tile.  The palatial master bedroom not only has the best views in the house, but includes a sitting room and spa master bath.

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John Kritsonis & Karl Lindor of Windermere Real Estate/East

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May 4, 2012 Posted by | King County Luxury Homes, Luxury Homes, Luxury Real Estate, Seattle Luxury Homes, Washington Luxury Homes | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Hockinson Country Estate Paradise, Brush Prairie WA

Luxury Home Magazine of Portland presents this 5 acre Hockinson Country Estate.

Features include:

  • Beautiful Countryside Property
  • 6,989 Square Feet
  • Attached 3 car garage
  • Grand entry opens to large split staircase
  • Entertain in your large country
  • Theater room & Great room with wet bar
  • Wine cellar
  • Rec room with workout facility leads out to large pool
  • Large entertaining deck facing forestry
  • Large covered patio
  • Large RV shop

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Terrie Cox of RE/MAX Equity Group

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LuxuryHomeMagazine.com and LuxuryHomeMagazineBlog.com are a division of Sunshine Publications, Inc. Luxury Home Magazine is a market specific publication featuring Luxury Homes and Luxury Real Estate showcased in a “coffee table magazine” format represented throughout the United States and distributed through the platforms In Print, Direct Mailed and Online Interactive Digital Media. For advertising information in Portland | SW Washington Luxury Home Magazine contact: Emile Bonfiglio.

April 25, 2012 Posted by | King County Luxury Homes, Luxury Homes, Luxury Real Estate, Oregon Luxury Homes, Portland Luxury Homes | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

European Luxury in The Heart of Bellevue, WA

Luxury Home Magazine of Seattle showcases this livable masterpiece of majestic design inspired by the fi nest European Estates. This unique manor was crafted with an uncompromising vision & mandate for perfection. The 20ft clerestory entrance is embraced by pewter blend travertine and hand waxed and burnished Venetian plaster walls with layers of copper and 24c gold leaf.

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Anna Riley – Windermere Real Estate

LuxuryHomeMagazine.com  and LuxuryHomeMagazineBlog.com are a division of Sunshine Publications, Inc. Luxury Home Magazine is a market specific publication featuring Luxury Homes and Luxury Real Estate showcased in a “coffee table magazine” format represented throughout the United States and distributed through the platforms In Print, Direct Mailed and Online Interactive Digital Media. For advertising information in Seattle | Greater King County Luxury Home Magazine contact:  Kelly & Kelli Langford.

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December 10, 2010 Posted by | King County Luxury Homes, Luxury Homes, Luxury Real Estate, Seattle Luxury Homes, Seattle Washington, Washington Luxury Homes | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

10 mistakes people make with heat

Even with a constant flow of information about energy efficiency, homeowners make major heating mistakes that end in higher electric bills and larger environmental footprints.

Here are 10 of those errors, with the cause and effect of each decision.

1. Maintaining a constant temperature

Cause: A persistent myth suggests that you can save energy by leaving the house at a comfortable 68 degrees (a widely recommended winter setting), even when you are sleeping or away at work.

The idea is that it takes more energy for the furnace to reach a comfortable temperature than to maintain that temperature.

Effect: You could miss out on significant potential energy savings by not using a programmable thermostat and adjusting the temperature overnight and during the workday.

Though the impacts of adjusting the thermostat vary based on your climate and other factors, studies show that knocking the temperature down by 10 degrees for eight hours per day can cut heating bills by 5 to 15 percent.

Sure, the furnace will cycle on for a longer period to return to the more comfortable temperature, but it will be far outweighed by hours of savings when it didn’t have to work as hard.

2. Cranking up the temperature to warm up the house

Cause: You come home in the middle of the day to a cold house. You want to warm back up to 68 ASAP, so you crank the dial up to 78 to get the furnace working harder and faster.

Effect: No time is saved in reheating the house. Most furnaces pump out heat at the same rate no matter the temperature. They just cycle on for a longer period to reach a higher temperature.

The furnace will take the same amount of time to return to 68 degrees regardless of the thermostat setting. By cranking up the thermostat, you are likely to overheat the house past 68 degrees and waste energy. Just reset the thermostat to 68, make some hot chocolate, and wait.

3. Closing off vents in unused rooms

Cause: You don’t want to waste energy heating rooms you aren’t using.

Effect: Again, this just wastes energy and makes your furnace run inefficiently because it changes the air pressure in the whole system.

Experts recommend never shutting off more than 10 percent of vents. Sealing your ducts is a more efficient way to save energy.

4. Using the fireplace

Cause: You found some free firewood on Craigslist and think you can burn up some free heating energy while enjoying a romantic fire.

Effect: While we can’t make any promises about increased romance, we can predict increased energy bills. An open fireplace flue may suck more cold air into the house than the fire can radiate into the living space.

5. Using electric room heaters

Cause: You spend most of your time in a couple of rooms, so you figure you will just heat them with space heaters.

Effect: This could lead to higher energy bills and greater fire risks. Generally, a central gas heating system is cheaper and more efficient than a set of electric room heaters. Electric heaters also can be a fire hazard.

There are exceptions. A single energy-efficient space heater in a small, well-insulated room can save energy if the central heater is switched off.

6. Switching to electric heating

Cause: Electric heaters are more efficient than fuel-based systems, so they must be cheaper and better for the environment, according to this popular idea.

Effect: In most areas, simply switching to electric heat leads to higher energy bills and a bigger carbon footprint. Your heater may be more efficient, but most U.S. homes are still linked to coal-fired power plants. These coal plants and their transmission systems are extremely inefficient.

Of course, it’s a different story if you have a large photovoltaic solar array or your utility company uses renewable energy.

7. Replacing the windows

Cause: Those big pieces of glass get so darn cold. They must be the reason your house is so drafty.

Effect: You could spend a lot of money to only take care of part of the problem. Windows must be installed properly to avoid drafts, gaps, and leaks.

Moreover, more heat is typically lost through poorly insulated walls and ceilings than through windows.

8. Replacing the furnace first

Cause: You blame high energy bills on an old, inefficient furnace.

Effect: Your energy bills will still be higher than necessary if you don’t start with cheaper, smaller upgrades to improve the energy efficiency of your home, such as caulking around windows and doors and adding insulation.

9. Upgrading to the most efficient furnace on the market

Cause: You want the sleekest, most energy-efficient furnace available because it will be the most cost effective as well.

Effect: You may end up replacing an over-sized furnace with another (albeit more efficient) over-sized furnace. The U.S. Department of Energy reports that most U.S. homes have over-sized HVAC systems.

Again, insulate and weatherize to maximize efficiency, then get the smallest system that will comfortably meet your heating needs, which will be substantially reduced. Also make sure it is professionally installed.

10. Using incandescent light bulbs for heating

Cause: Incandescent bulbs give off more heat than light, so they must be warming up the house.

Effect: It is hard to see this logic as anything but a weak excuse for holding on to the Edison bulbs rather than switching to CFL and LED lighting.

In fact, one German entrepreneur is marketing incandescent bulbs as “heat balls” to skirt EU laws against the old-style bulbs. However, I doubt he is keeping cozy this winter simply by sleeping with the lights on.

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Private Sanctuary Overlooking Meydenbauer Bay, Bellevue WA

Luxury Home Magazine of Seattle showcases a private sanctuary overlooking the entry to Meydenbauer Bay. Panoramic views of Lake Washington and the Olympic Mountain Range from every window. Completely updated inside and out. 61 feet of low bank waterfront with a new dock with 2 slips and a Float Plane Lift (power and water). Soaring ceilings and skylights with an open “Great room” floor plan which allows for sun drenched rooms. Cherry wood cabinetry and hardwood floors. Main floor Library/Study with gas fireplace. Master Bedroom with His and Her(s) walk in closets to include cherry wood built-ins. Master bath with separate shower and jetted soaking tub. Storage room for off season items. Private Den/Study off Master. Separate Family room with new built-in entertainment center and second kitchen. Commercial whole house water filtration system, radiant heat and finished studio over garage. Wonderful home for entertaining. Definitely a home you won’t want to miss!

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Sheila Lawrenson – Coldwell Banker Bain

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October 1, 2010 Posted by | King County Luxury Homes, Luxury Homes, Luxury Real Estate, Seattle Luxury Homes, Washington Luxury Homes | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Classic European Estate Nestled On 2 Acres, Woodway WA

Luxury Home Magazine of Seattle showcases a classic European design, true to style, and of the highest quality finishes. Nestled privately on 2 acres with dramatic scenes the moment you enter the estate. A stunning design with slate entry, elegant living areas with grand ceilings reaching 17’, and a chef’s kitchen with unique slabs and custom designs. The main floor master retreat boasts a spa-like bath draped in travertine and a private teak deck with a hot tub overlooking manicured gardens. Other features include a home theatre, library/den, a 1,000 bottle wine cellar, exercise room, and a detached studio apartment with a full kitchen and bath over the three car garage. A dramatic 2 acre estate in the heart of the Town of Woodway.

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Tyler Echelbarger-Broker | Click Here For Photo Gallery

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September 24, 2010 Posted by | King County Luxury Homes, Luxury Homes, Luxury Real Estate, Seattle Luxury Homes, Washington Luxury Homes | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Seattle, WA Waterfront Home Off Lake Sammamish

 

Luxury Home Magazine of Seattle presents this luxuriously casual Nash Jones designed custom waterfront home. Stunning, distinctive, memorable architecture. National Custom Home of the Year and multiple MAME award winner. Main floor master and den with three additional second floor bedroom suites. Casual, elegant honed Versaille pattern Beaumaniere limestone floors throughout the main living areas. Upper floor retreat room, complete with French doors, private deck and fireplace. Multiple banks of transom windows on the lakeside, with French doors to the veranda, patio and pool deck. Sun-specific pool design – a seat in the pool peninsula enjoys the afternoon sun and evening afterglow. Enthusiastically embraces the waterfront lifestyle, with 110’ of preeminent, level waterfront, sandy beach, boat launch, boat and watercraft lifts, seaplane lift, pool, and spa. Terrific privacy, with front row expansive lake, mountain and coastline views from nearly every room. A unique combination of metropolitan proximity, an outlook to over 1.5 miles protected coastline and Marymoor Park, and the local wildlife. 

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July 9, 2010 Posted by | King County Luxury Homes, Seattle Luxury Homes, Seattle Washington | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Brilliant Design Overlooks Mountain Tops Including Mt. Rainier On Lake Washington

Seattle Luxury Home Magazine presents brilliant design paired with a remarkable South facing location equates to unmistakable luxury. Sited on the shores of Lake Washington, this one of a kind residence looks towards twinkling city lights & gleaming mountain tops, including Mt. Rainier. Quality materials are prevalent throughout. Bake, cook & share memories in the gourmet kitchen outfitted with top of the line appliances. Curl up & read your favorite book in the sitting area or relax & watch your favorite movie in the family room. Retreat upstairs to the impeccable master suite with French doors accessing the upper deck & a sumptuous 5-piece bath. Two additional bedrooms share a Jack & Jill bathroom plus both open to the upper deck. Create a separate 1 or 2 bedroom apartment with the remaining bedrooms or enjoy a second kitchen & living space on the upper level. Take a stroll on the back cobblestone patio & dip your toes in the water. Park your boat on the 88 foot dock or simply take pleasure in the extraordinary panorama. Nearby the Juanita Village offers a plethora of shops & restaurants. Welcome home to pure magnificence!

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LuxuryHomeMagazine.com is a division of Sunshine Publications, Inc. Luxury Home Magazine is a market specific publication featuring Luxury Homes and Luxury Real Estate showcased in a “Coffee Table Magazine format represented throughout the United States and distributed through the platform In Print, Direct Mailed and Online Digital Media. For advertising information in Seattle | Greater King County Luxury Home Magazine contact Kelly & Kelli Langford.

July 6, 2010 Posted by | King County Luxury Homes, Kirkland Luxury Homes, Lake Washington Luxury Homes, Seattle Luxury Homes | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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