For almost 120 years, the Jubalo property in Woodinville, Washington has served as a one-of-a-kind home to many different families. If you're looking to make your mark on this piece of history while simultaneously finding the home of your dreams, Jubalo is the spot for you.
As a registered site on the National Register of Historic Places, Jubalo has some of the richest history in all of Washington. From its early years as a shell with no windows, doors, or floors to its days serving as the primary location for Paul Thomas Winery, the Jubalo property has seen it all.
As of 2019, the property's home lot - a 114,100 square-foot (SF) beauty boasting a 3,698 SF house, is officially on the market, along with two other buildable lots. The home lot also features a 1,150 SF deck constructed to compliment the organic nature of the four-bedroom landmark.
Some of the property's many features include:
- A Swedish tongue and groove construction, built with hand-felled red cedar from the property
- Nine and 10-foot ceilings for optimal head and storage space
- Period lighting fixtures, modernizing the aesthetics of the home without compromising its integrity.
- Custom doors and windows, all of which has been updated over time
- Gorgeous kitchen layout and appliances, uniquely designed by Peter Steinberg and crafted with original materials from the property
- 1,200 SF basement, dug out by Bach Construction in 1973, with outdoor access via double glass doors, a wine making area, and an artist's studio
- Covered porch for comfortable evenings outside with nature, despite the elements
With a listing price of $2,500,000, this elegant, secluded, and historically prominent property won't be on the market for long. To learn more about how you can take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, or to schedule a tour of the property, contact Cindy Kelly at 425-260-2017, or reach out to her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.