Casa Mar a Cielo Featured as the "Home of the Day" on the Puget Sound Business Journal

I am pleased to share that my Casa Mar a Cielo is featured as "Home of the Day" on the Puget Sound Business Journal! 

Step into another world, a playful, sensual world. Celebrate color and texture, the scent of salt water breezes and the sounds of marine birds. Observe how sunlight spreads into the corners of every room; sunset colors reflected in the water and the clouds ease into the evening on room-sized decks. The active sounds of boat anchors traveling across the water in harmony with marine birds. Perfectly sited above the waterfront, time becomes fluid as the moments float in complete and gracious privacy, with nothing to come between you and unobstructed 180 degree Puget Sound and Olympic Mountain views.

A note from the owner: "This house stirs the soul every time I enter. Once inside, it's a different world. The light, smell of salt air, watching the weather move in and out, and water sounds are unforgettable. "Entertaining is about timing and timing comes from good flow, integration of spaces and spreading the load. The Kitchens! Yes, two complimentary rooms. Why? Multi-tasking. Everyone gathers in the kitchen. Get your beverage, clean crabs or have hors d'oeuvres without interfering with the cook (s) and still be part of the conversation".

Honest, this is Seattle. Surprised? Best kept waterfront secret. Complete romantic privacy. Perfectly sited 1931 jewel steeped in Hollywood lore with a legacy of welcoming guests.

Unobstructed Puget Sound and Olympic Mountain views, room-size decks. By the way, dancing barefoot on heated travertine floors is sexy. Remodeled to exacting standards with scrumptious materials, indulgent features. Brilliant entertaining ease. Tie up the boat, pull in the crab pots, savor your sunsets.

As evidenced by the neighboring historic Brown's Point light house (a National Register landmark), this has long a waterway of enormous appeal with the boating community. The water traffic is fascinating, accentuated with the regattas from the nearby Yacht Club, ferries heading towards the San Juan Islands and freighters passing as they come in from Pacific Rim countries.

Remodeled to exacting standards with scrumptious materials and indulgent features, the architectural elements remain intact and showcase the interplay between indoor and outdoor lifestyle.

The site of numerous gatherings, particularly in the entertainment industry in its early decades, the owner has translated that legacy into today's lifestyle through a labor of love and craftsmanship. Simply put, this home is about entertaining.

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