The home is set on a forested lot with plenty of level, cleared space for lawns and gardens.
Here is your chance to own a one-of-a-kind property in Woodinville.
21802 State Route 9, S.E. offers a five acre parcel bisected by Little Bear Creek. On one side is the main home, a log cabin-style abode of 3,697 square feet. On the other side are original buildings that once stood in Silvana, an old Western town established in the 1800s.
The home was built in the 1990s, and features both the charm of a log cabin and the convenience and spaciousness of a large, modern home. It is surrounded by landscaped acreage, upon which are a seven-car garage, gardens, patio, walking trails, and a wide footbridge spanning the creek.
There’s also an old Western town. According to official marketing materials, the town of “Silvana” was located between Arlington and Stanwood. In the 1950s, Silvana’s jail, grocery, saloon, and barbershop were relocated to this property by its then owner. “The Jail House still has the holes from the cell bars and original wall construction with the boards lying flat so it would be harder to escape,” the listing brochure tell us.
It’s hard not to envision the cast of “Deadwood” traipsing along the road in front of these vintage buildings, but in fact, their use is contemporary. The Ann Chase Photography Studio once operated in one of the Old West structures, and this property is zoned for a home-based business. And indeed, it could be a pretty incredible wedding venue or distillery.
Listing agent Kari Haas told the Seattle P-I that she describes the property as magical and unforgettable.”You feel peace and tranquility and incredible privacy but its super close to everything,” Haas said. Incredibly, Woodinville is only 30 minutes from downtown Seattle.
The unique property asks $1.8 million. Take a free tour by scrolling down.
This drone’s eye view helps us appreciate the incredible privacy of the setting, belying how close the property is to major cities and the airport.
A fire pit awaits for your guitar and folk songs.
Inside the main home are elements of classic log cabin design.
A huge floor to ceiling, two-sided hearth splits the large living room area.
The floorplan is open, and flows to a modern kitchen.
Anna Marie Erwert writes from both the renter and new buyer perspective, having (finally) achieved both statuses. She focuses on national real estate trends, specializing in the San Francisco Bay Area and Pacific Northwest. Follow Anna on Twitter: @AnnaMarieErwert.