Enchanting equestrian property with two homes

Enchanting equestrian property with two homes

  • By Wire Service
  • Saturday, July 14, 2018 1:30am
  • Real estate

15220 KELLY ROAD NE, DUVALL | $1,225,000 | OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1 – 5 P.M.

Two homes on more than five acres, with equestrian space and two multi-car garages are now available in Duvall.

There’s a rambler or ranch-style home with a garage, as well as a log cabin and another garage. The ranch-style home offers 1,500 square feet of living space, with hardwood flooring throughout, skylights, in the nine foot ceilings, and French doors to a concrete stamped patio.

The kitchen is large and airy. There are plenty of soft-close drawers and cabinets. Just off the kitchen, you’ll find a gorgeous eating space, with large windows that ensure you have a bright and airy place to enjoy your meals.

The living room has hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, and a propane/gas fireplace. It’s a great place to entertain, or to spend a cozy night in. In the ranch-style home, the master bedroom is large, with room for seating and a huge walk-through closet that leads to another room in the house. You can also move out to the garden and patio from the master. The rambler’s outdoor spaces are gorgeous, with space for a garden, a fire pit and an abundance of plants.

Not too far down the property, you’ll find a charming log cabin, with a large, enclosed sunroom, accessible from the main bedroom. Skylights brighten the cabin, and the roomy kitchen has a moveable island. There’s a mix of wooden and stone flooring, a pellet stove, and a storage loft. There’s even a claw foot bathtub in the bathroom.


Bedrooms: 4

Baths: 4 full, 1 half

Acres: 5.43

Log home square footage: 2,330

Rambler square footage: 1,500

MLS: #1290411

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

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