Looking east at dusk, the entire compound is lit up for the evening, with the boathouse on the left, all four houses and their private docks.
A peek at the five address numbers, showing that the compound consists of five unique tax parcels.
The Cugini family residence. Sometimes called the main house, or “House D.” It sits closest to the private docks.
The living room of that main house, with the kitchen visible just beyond the fireplace. Note the spectacular vista.
High-end appliances make food prep easy in this open, airy, yet cozy kitchen.
The open stairway borders the kitchen and takes you aloft to bedrooms and a library.
The library, or study. A great place to enjoy a drink and a good book, if you can tear yourself away from the view. With beverage fridge and built in espresso maker.
The master bath, with spacious shower and soaking tub. And no, that is not a painting…it’s a window.
The deck off of the master suite. An ideal spot to sit and sip a cup of coffee or tea as you prepare for your day.
A 1200 bottle wine cellar. This main house is the only one with a basement, so you may have to store wine for the entire compound. It also has ample storage in its adjacent, concrete-floored “walk-in crawl space.”
Peering from the lake straight into the main house. Just to the right is a “community” barbeque/shower/bathroom patio, for the convenience of family members who live elsewhere on the compound.
This is taken from behind House C, from the rail trail behind the property. Further proof that every view from every house is spectacular.
Gazing to the north from the deck just outside of the master suite of House C. No family member is left without a jaw-dropping view.
A photo of warm and cozy House C, taken from just offshore.
A look at House B from the driveway. The lake is peeking around the corner on the left. Each house is unique, but boasts the elegant Baylis trademark design.
House B, with its floating dock in the foreground sits above a beautiful rock wall.
The one-bedroom former guard house. It boasts a cozy, covered porch with that same, amazing view, and hardwood floors that were crafted in the old mill. A private boat launch is handy just a few feet away. No wonder it’s been a very popular airbnb for the past few years.
From the covered deck of the Watchman's Cabin (House A), one can see the boat on its way home.
The extraordinary boat house has been structurally reinforced, so one could add an office or studio apartment within. It sits on its own unique tax parcel, and rumor has it there exists an artist’s rendering of a possible house to possibly build in front of it.
The entrance to the boathouse, with access to the lower floating dock.
The boathouse with its floating dock. It features an automatic “garage” door.
From the angle of the private docks, we see the 4 Baylis-designed houses in all their splendor.
From the perspective of the private dock, just off House D. There is ample room for 4 big boats to tie up, the longest of which (so far) was 70 feet. The boathouse sits center left, with the four homes just to the right.
An aerial view of this amazing property. On the bottom left is the May Creek trail, a public walking trail. Between the property and Lake Washington Boulevard is the former dinner train railway, which is being turned into a bike and walking trail that will soon stretch from Renton to Bellevue.
An aerial photo from behind the houses. The oft-used bald eagle’s perch is visible near the center.
*Courtesy of Keller Williams Rlty Bellevue
3905 Lake Washington Blvd N
Renton, WA 98056
Unique. Historic. One-of-a-kind. Exclusive. Luxury. Iconic. Private. As brightly as those terms glow, they are not close to describing The Lake Houses at Eagle Cove. Eagle Cove is not just a house in a gated community, it is it's OWN gated community, nestled up to the sparkling edge of Lake Washington. Three luxury Single Family homes, guest home + monumental boat house. All right on the shore w/staggeringly 180 degree vistas from nearly every room in each house. Stunning as the history is long.
Listing Number: 1255553
- Community: Kennydale
- View: Lake
- View: Mountain
- View: Territorial
- Waterfront: Bank-Low
- Waterfront: Lake
- Boat House
- Cable TV
- Gated Entry
- High Speed Internet
- Senior Exemption: No
- Exterior: Stucco
- Exterior: Wood
- Roof: Metal
- Parking: Garage-Attached
- Year Built: 2006
- 2017 Taxes: $122274.00
- Lot Size: 2.78 acres
- Corner Lot
- Dead End Street
- Paved Street
Appliances That Stay
- Double Oven
- Wet Bar
- Wine Cellar
- Bath Off Master
- Dble Pane/Strm Windw
- Dining Room
- French Doors
- High Tech Cabling
- Security System
- Vaulted Ceilings
- Walk In Pantry
- Walk-in Closet
- Heat Pump
- Natural Gas
- Fireplaces: 4
- Boat Launch
- Private Beach Access
- District: Renton
- Elem: Buyer To Verify
- Middle: Buyer To Verify
- High: Buyer To Verify
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