RETREAT TO YOUR PRIVATE OASIS  

Last Listed at US $ 985,000 (select currency)

62 Laurel St, Port Hadlock, WA, USA 98339

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Retreat to your private oasis every time you come home - serene waterfront setting for this absolutely architecturally stunning home. Customized natural materials, cedar, metals, douglas fir, granite, cypress, limestone, flow throughout - Sedona Arizona architect Fred Grove captured north-west light throughout the day and seasons with sky-high trapeze beamwork and interior clerestory windows . Decks suspend above 100 feet of shoreline - this home exudes feng shui from surround to interior
 
Features include: 2 fireplace(s), security system, radiant heating system

Interior features include: skylights, vaulted ceilings.

Built in 1999.

2 stories, 3,490 approximate square feet. Wood exterior. Metal roof.

Architectural style: Contemporary

0.65 acre lot. 58x288x105x287 lot dim.

Property features for 62 Laurel St, Port Hadlock, WA, USA 98339:
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms and 1 Partial Baths.

3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
1 Partial Baths
3,490 Approximate Square Feet

John L. Scott Real Estate
Company: 888-854-1547
Office: (800) 872-1323
Agent: Sally Derrig
Direct: 360-437-8302


MLS #: 216226
  • 3 Bedrooms
    2 Bathrooms
    1 Partial Baths
    3,490 Approximate Square Feet
  • RETREAT TO YOUR PRIVATE OASIS
  • Features include: 2 fireplace(s), security system, radiant heating system

    Interior features include: skylights, vaulted ceilings.

    Built in 1999.

    2 stories, 3,490 approximate square feet. Wood exterior. Metal roof.

    Architectural style: Contemporary

    0.65 acre lot. 58x288x105x287 lot dim.

    Property features for 62 Laurel St, Port Hadlock, WA, USA 98339:
    3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms and 1 Partial Baths.

  • Retreat to your private oasis every time you come home - serene waterfront setting for this absolutely architecturally stunning home. Customized natural materials, cedar, metals, douglas fir, granite, cypress, limestone, flow throughout - Sedona Arizona architect Fred Grove captured north-west light throughout the day and seasons with sky-high trapeze beamwork and interior clerestory windows . Decks suspend above 100 feet of shoreline - this home exudes feng shui from surround to interior