The Pacific Northwest is often home to earth tones, muted colors and houses that blend in with the scenery, but this electric teal colonial home outside Seattle is far from ordinary — in the best way possible.
Famed Los Angeles radio personality Gene Baxter and his wife Donna have transformed this classic 5-bedroom, 5 bath, 6,240-square-foot home into something fit for the cover of Architectural Digest, and are selling their masterpiece for $2 million.
The ornate details blend seamlessly with the updated flare. Visitors will find a bright pink hallway that leads up the classic staircase and hugs arched walkways and detailed white accents.
Prepare to be astounded by the breathtaking kitchen. Picture pastel blue double ovens, plus a large island with an onyx black surface and accents that match the stainless steel appliances.
This meal prep space boasts stark white ceilings serving as their own artistic statement, with lavish details that enhance the room's luxury.
The dining room boasts ornate wallpaper with an ode to a different time, while upending that notion with a fierce orange color and circling back with a large fireplace and classic chandelier.
One sitting room provides a fireplace, breathtaking views of the Puget Sound and double doors that lead to a garden seating area complete with patio and gazebo.
You'll have to remind yourself that you're not on an English country estate while strolling the multilevel grounds, perfectly kept and leading straight to the beach.