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Hunts Point

Covered in tree canopy and flanked by the pristine waters of Lake Washington, Hunts Point is a secluded escape from the fast-paced urban lifestyle. Though one of the smallest municipalities in Washington, Hunts Point is highly desirable for those seeking utmost calm and privacy.  Hunts Point sits on the old hunting and camping grounds of the Sammamish people. As new explorers ventured deeper into Washington territory, this tribe of Native Americans left the area to continue their way of life. A businessman named Leigh S. J. Hunt managed to purchase this swath of land in the 1870s and named it after himself. The Puget Sound National Bank eventually acquired the property and sold it to a group of Seattle residents who eventually transformed Hunts Point into a vacation retreat. Some wealthy vacationers fell in love with the place and then became permanent residents.

 Real estate in Hunts Point is highly coveted since homes here rarely go up for sale. The few listings that enter the market are usually priced anywhere from $2 million to as high as $20 million. Mansions and villas sit on spacious half-acre lots with impeccable landscaping and ample water frontage.

If you wish to explore your estate options in Hunts Point, it’s best to consult seasoned local agent, Celeste Zarling. Get in touch with her by  phone  or  email.

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