After almost four years of ownership, Zach LaVine is moving on from his Washington estate. The 1.4-acre spread, tucked away just minutes from Seattle in the historic mining town of Issaquah, is back on the market for $2.25 million. The two-time All-Star and Olympic gold medalist, who currently plays for the Chicago Bulls, acquired the property near his hometown of Renton back in 2014 for just under $1.7 million. The New York Post first reported the sale.
Resting at the end of a secluded street and fully fenced, the blue-hued wood and stone-accented structure is fronted by a spacious motorcourt, plus an attached three-car garage. Once inside, four bedrooms and an equal number of baths are filtered across more than 4,000 square feet of open-concept living space boasting newly refinished hardwood floors and vaulted ceilings throughout.
A double-height entry foyer displaying a stylish wrought-iron and wood staircase opens into a formal living and dining area sporting a built-in buffet and gas fireplace adorned with a custom surround. The gourmet kitchen is outfitted with quartz countertops, a subway tile backsplash, an eat-in island, high-end Viking appliances and an adjacent breakfast nook that connects to a family room, which is spotlighted by a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, an integrated entertainment center and French doors spilling out a covered patio. There’s also a main-level office/den with access to a full bath.
Elsewhere in the house is an upstairs master retreat warmed by a fireplace, and hosting a walk-in closet, and spa-like bath equipped with dual vanities, a soaking tub and glass-encased shower. Three additional bedrooms also can be found on this floor, along with two more baths and a large bonus room ideal for watching movies with the family; and though there’s no pool outdoors, there’s plenty of room to tack one on in the sprawling grassy backyard.
The listing is held by Jen Cameron of The Agency Seattle.