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The 6,600 square foot property is a private compound that surrounds a 1954 mid-century house designed by architect Ibsen Nelsen, FAIA (Museum of Flight) and renovated by Mitchell Smith Design Build. (Image: Joshua Lewis / Seattle Refined)

Koi Ponds, Waterfalls, Zen Gardens - is this home in Bali or Seattle?

First and foremost - just wow. This home is as close as we are ever going to come to Bali, in Washington state.

The 6,600 square foot property is a private compound that surrounds a 1954 mid-century house designed by architect Ibsen Nelsen, FAIA (Museum of Flight) and renovated by Mitchell Smith Design Build.

The grounds around the home are made up of four different gardens (Zen Garden, Moss Garden, South Garden and Bamboo Garden), a Koi Pond with 16' long waterfall, Japanese-style Gate House, Spa with 5-person hot tub and of course.the main house.

Windermere is offering the home for $700,000 - shockingly low if you ask us. Then again, the home is only 2 bed / 1 bath, the real pull of this property is well, the property.

But, enough with words. The real story here are the pictures, check out the gallery and play a little game we like to call "Is this Seattle, or Bali?"

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