Spring Meadow Farm Wins Home of the Week on the PSBJ!

Home of the Day is a feature presented by the Puget Sound Business Journal and Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty. This is your invitation to view some of Puget Sound’s most luxurious properties. Come inside and take a look around. Read more below on the “Home of the Week” winner, listed by Joanmarie Curran!

A note from the sellers: “I was driving down the road in the summer of 2002: I had to stop, get out of the car and looked out onto those beautiful fields, the mountains…I was gobsmacked, in love. I bought it a year later….I catch myself out with the horses, in the yard, in a moment when the afternoon sunlight fringes the trees and I can’t believe I am so lucky to live here.”

This will take your breath away: Spring Meadow Farm is sublimely featured with tremendous views of Mt. Pilchuck, pastoral privacy and natural splendor. A perfectly planned, meticulously maintained equestrian property. Warm, welcoming vintage 1936 home has been sensitively remodeled. Perfect floor plan; 2 en-suites for the friends who’ll want to stay. Restored pole barn is a beauty. This is a lifestyle of gracious ease and awe-struck contentment. 40 minutes from downtown Seattle. Pinch yourself.

This is a wonderful place to come home to, personal “Heartland” yet close – only 40 minutes from Seattle. One of the original homesteads in Lake Stevens, dated from 1893, this premium land enjoys tremendous views and protected privacy, a rare and winning combination. This house has a special feel with lots of wood, large windows taking advantage of view. All living is oriented from the rear of the house, facing the acreage with front and center views of Mt. Pilchuck. Pastoral privacy plus natural wildlife. The seasonal creek in the rear of property behind the first deciduous tree line and 80 acres directly behind.