12007 30th Street East
3 Full Bathrooms
1 Half Bathrooms
5,495 Square Feet
Sold at $1,135,000
This beautiful 3,400-square foot rambler with 1,500 square-foot daylight basement is nestled on a wooded acre of land in Edgewood, WA. The exterior is beautifully wrapped with solid granite that was quarried in the Himalayan Mountains. The entire house is built-to-last for low-maintenance and sustainability with ADA-friendly features throughout. The location is a serene retreat with large windows and a see-through fireplace showcasing the picturesque vistas of the surrounding woods and pastures. Beautiful stamped concrete walkways make the backyard fully accessible.
Open Floor Concept
Great Room and Kitchen
The home’s main floor is an open-concept with a spectacular great room and kitchen with vaulted, timber ceilings, accent lighting, and a granite stone, see-through fireplace. The builder kept the natural woods in the landscaping. The few downed trees from the landscaping were milled, cured and used for the tongue-and-groove ceilings in the great room, kitchen, entry and study. Not only is this house beautiful, it also includes ADA-friendly appliances and features making this home fully-accessible. "We wanted this home to be fully accessible for everyone," says Steve Cope, the builder. "We wanted to create a high-end custom home with a universal design." Even more so, a luxury home. He accomplished this goal.
The home’s main floor is an open-concept with a spectacular great room and kitchen with vaulted, timber ceilings, accent lighting, and a granite stone, see-through fireplace. The builder kept the natural woods in the landscaping. The few downed trees were milled, cured and used for the tongue-and-groove ceilings in the great room, kitchen, entry and study.
Engineered for accessibility
and universal design
The spacious master suite has a fully-accessible bathroom with a walk-in shower, accessible sinks, two sit-down vanities, a corner soaking tub, and a granite fireplace. The basement level is designed with a second full kitchen, another master suite, a living room, study and its own laundry room. The basement also includes a thermally-controlled storage area, with concrete on six sides that could be used as a wine cellar, a walk-in safe, or storage.
Built for sustainability
The whole house is built to last, with features for sustainability. There is an on-demand water heater that provides hot water to every fixture in the house within 3 seconds, a 1,000-gallon underground propane tank with an all-house 20k back-up generator. If a power outage occurs, the systems in place will power up the entire house within 7 seconds, providing heat, light, and hot water to the entire home for up to a year! This home is designed your last. Beehive Construction chose worry-free products from the rust-resistant, hot-dipped, galvanized steel brackets on the deck and the poly-coated galvanized fence that wraps the entire property to the powder-coated wrought-iron entry gate and fencing.