This Washington home is essentially one giant balcony
From a distance, this Bremerton, Washington home resembles something you'd see on a vacation.
The home is completely private with a gated entry onto the property.
A characteristic Pacific-Northwest white sand beach area sets the scene for a completely tranquil escape, with 700 feet of no bank waterfront land.
With balconies wrapped around every level of the three-story structure, it looks like a scaled down hotel, without the room service and multitude of other guests, of course.
Take a look at this quirky Washington home here:
Sitting on just over four acres, it's is a sight to be seen, with a working elevator that serves all three floors, three separate kitchens and two separate master suites.
The estate also comes boasting an unbeatable view of the famed Mt. Rainer, which can be seen from one of the seemingly infinite number of balconies, naturally.
The home is about a decade old, with 5,150 square feet of living space.
It's been on the market for just around a year and can be yours for $1.7M.
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