Cascadia Avenue has long been one of Seattle’s most prized locations for residential real estate. It runs through the Seattle neighborhood of Mount Baker which takes its name from the view of Mt. Baker in Whatcom County, that can be seen nearly 100 miles away across Lake Washington. The neighborhood was developed in the early 1900’s with homes mixed with parklands along the hillside that slopes down to the lake. Many homes have views of the mountains, lake, and the eastside (Bellevue, Mercer Island, etc.). The street is known for stately older center-entrance Colonials built during the 1900s but also offers new construction.

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This four-bedroom home is brand-new construction but the ample use of wood decking helps the home blend in with its older peers.

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Beautifully situated to make the most of its location, this four-bedroom offers unobstructed, panoramic views of Lake Washington, the Cascade Mountains, and  Mount Rainier.

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The open floorplan was created to maximize natural light while multiple decks are perfect for entertaining or just watching the world outside.

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The master suite has a private bath and a view worth waking up for.

This home is listed for $1.875 million with Windemere and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.