Custom home with RV parking, two kitchens and more

Custom home with RV parking, two kitchens and more

3121 78TH AVE. S.E., LAKE STEVENS | $725,000 | OPEN HOUSE: 1 - 4 P.M., SUNDAY, AUG. 19

  • By Wire Service
  • Saturday, August 18, 2018 1:30am
  • Real estate

A gorgeous custom home just 10 minutes from Everett awaits a new owner.

With three bedrooms on the main floor, and two spacious bonus rooms on the lower level, this house is great for a growing family or for individuals who like to entertain.

The main-floor living room and kitchen benefit from an open layout, and when you walk through the home, you’ll notice that it feels so much larger than its 3.474 square feet, thanks to large windows and high ceilings.

The chef’s kitchen has stainless steel appliances, including a gas stove, oven, refrigerator and microwave. There’s a large bar space so that people can gather. Granite countertops and custom cabinetry offer quite a bit of space to work or store kitchen necessities. There’s also a walk-in pantry. The kitchen has gorgeous views of the deck outside, and the kitchen skylights even have automatic blinds that close with the push of a button.

The great room has French doors that connect to a covered porch with glass railing. There’s also a natural gas fireplace fronted by gorgeous river rock. Just off the great room, you’ll find the master bedroom, which is large and bright, with French doors that lead to the deck. There’s also an ensuite bathroom.

There are another two bedrooms and an additional bathroom on the main floor; as well as stairs down to the bonus rooms/rec room, and a large garage. Also downstairs, you’ll find a kitchenette.

Outside, there’s space for an RV, boat, or ATV.


Bedrooms: 3 + 2 Bonus Rooms

Baths: 2 full

Square footage: 3,474

Neighborhood: Cavalero

MLS: #1343136

Agent: Melody Yeoman, Realty One Group, 425-350-7414

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