Admirers of renowned architect Charles A. Platt have acclaimed the historic showpiece he created for the Stimson family in 1923 as the best representation of his style. Perched on 7.26 acres atop a bluff at the Highlands, the Georgian beauty captures sweeping vistas of the glistening Puget Sound waters and the snowcapped Olympic Mountains. An exemplar of 1920s grandeur, the impeccably constructed 16,000 square feet, with 13 fireplaces, unfolds magnificent entertainment settings including a ballroom, screening room, library, 2,550-bottle wine cellar, and loggia. North and south wings of stately bedroom suites overlooking sculptured gardens crown the waterfront romance.

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