Crowned by a broad gambrel roof with flaring eaves under which paired shuttered windows look out on three acres of trellised fairy-tale gardens laden with fruit trees, the 1910 Dutch Colonial has become a welcoming gathering place in Seattle’s gated Highlands. Its gracious formal living and dining salons, handsome library, cozy movie theater, and center-isle chef’s kitchen form an inviting entertainment ensemble. A main-floor guest suite is privately sequestered, as is the enchanting master suite, which boasts a sitting room, meditation room, marble bath with steam shower, and separate vanity with Olympic Mountain views. Remaining bedroom suites, each with its own office or playroom, are housed in a separate wing. An artist studio and carriage house lend further serenity.