The five-star green-built home was built to meet the American Lung Association’s Health House standards. It overlooks Puget Sound and has three bedrooms and five bathrooms.

The five-star green-built home was built to meet the American Lung Association’s Health House standards. It overlooks Puget Sound and has three bedrooms and five bathrooms.

19126 Soundview Drive NW, Stanwood

A five-star green built home is this week’s featured resale. Built in 2007, the 3,119 square-feet home was built to meet the American Lung Association’s Health House standards. It’s on a .37-acre lot and has three bedrooms, five bathrooms and a 1,200-bottle wine cellar. Its detached two-car garage includes an upper guest house.

The Warm Beach home has four levels and three decks that overlook Puget Sound. A private courtyard, garden areas, waterside hot tub and beach access are features of the yard.

Inside, a secret passage bookcase opens from the foyer to an office with white millwork and a French door to the patio.

Right of the foyer, the bathroom includes handicap access, a low-entrance shower and a pedestal sink.

Left of the foyer, the kitchen has Marmoleum flooring, a recycled glass tile backsplash and an island with a salvaged marble countertop. The peninsula’s countertop includes tide-pool detailing made by a local artist. A large chandelier features found objects of glass, appliances are stainless steel.

Extending from the kitchen, the dining room and living room are fitted with recycled knotty pine wainscoting and a wall of windows overlooking the Sound. The fireplace was built from local beach stones.

A staircase built from FSC-certified teak lumber leads to the family room and bedrooms. The bedroom suite has bamboo flooring, a fireplace, walk-in closet and a television area behind a built-in shoji screen.

The suite’s bathroom has a pebble floor, Paperstone countertops, two vessel sinks and a glass tile shower.

A second staircase with iron railing leads to the cupola designed after a lighthouse. Its windows were fashioned to promote air recirculation and provide a panoramic view of the water. The cupola also includes an American clay ceiling, a vintage lantern and a wine bucket pulley system.

The downstairs level of the home houses the wine cellar and second office area.

The guest house above the garage has cork flooring and a view window. Additional amenities include a hospitality bar with a mini fridge and sink, a stacked washer/dryer and closet space. Its bathroom has a shower, sink and subway tile flooring.

Geothermal radiant floor heat, a central vacuum system and surround sound run throughout the house, and the garage/guest house is fitted with solar panels.