$2.2M Shingled John Saylor-Designed Home in Colbert, Washington
$2,200,000 | Built 1989 | 10,285 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 6 Baths | 4.24 Acres
16925 N Triple Butte Cir, Colbert, WA 99005
Designed by John Saylor and built in 1989 on 4.24 acre property with 800-feet of Little Spokane River frontage, this custom 10,285 square foot residence is on the market for $2.2 million in Colbert, Washington. Listing details: You will love the enchanting views from this spectacular John Saylor designed home! The 800′ of Little Spokane River frontage that winds through the 4+ acre property has two easy access points to the river for kayaking and swimming! You’ll also find a variety of fruit trees, a veggie garden and wildlife galore. You will think you’re at a hotel with the elegance of a portico, the expansive primary suite that includes a seating area, views from every vantage point, and the grand staircase. You’ll also enjoy the oversized kitchen and not one but two laundry rooms, one on the main and one downstairs. The main floor boasts a beautiful living room with custom bookshelves and fireplace, with access to the deck where you can watch the river flow while you savor your morning coffee. Get some work done in the heated workshop or host a family dinner. Whatever you are looking for, you’ll find peace and tranquility here! The property is on the market for $2.2 million with Lacie Gimeno of Coldwell Banker Tomlinson North.
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