Four Bedroom, four bath, ~3800sq. ft. home on ~2.5 acres in the quiet, rural Arlington Heights area east of Arlington, WA. Minutes from town and I-5, located at the foot of the Cascades in a quiet, wooded neighborhood. The property features a detached Barn/Workshop and three cross-fenced pastures, one of which doubles as a riding arena.
The home is set off the street for privacy and quiet. It is two stories with the main entry on the second floor, as the home is inset into a small hill. The north side of the lot is wooded screening the home from the driveway. The south side is open to a huge backyard, and features an expansive wrap-around deck.
Arranged around a central stone-faced stair/fireplace structure with wings extended in four directions. The north wing contains the entry hall with stone floor, sun room, and Master bedroom/bath. The master features its own deck, cedar-lined closets, and a jetted tub in the bath.
The east wing contains the kitchen & dining area. The kitchen features parquet floors, all new appliances, and a brick accented fireplace. The dining area opens onto the rear deck.
The west wing contains two bedrooms, an office, a bath, and laundry room. The office and one bedroom open onto the rear deck.
The south wing an expansive living room with vaulted/beamed ceiling, stone fireplace, and hardwood floors. The entire room is surrounded by windows and opens onto the rear deck.
Downstairs is a family room with fireplace, mother-in-law apartment with full bath & kitchen, a playroom, storage, and a large garage space with a bathroom and workshop area. The rear deck area is supported by a patio.
The property features a large backyard, surrounded by a fence to provide dogs with space to run and explore. Two lines of large conifer trees provide privacy screens and shade on the south and east sides of the backyard.
A large 4-stall barn sits on an oversized concrete slab detached from the home on the east side of the property. Surrounded by cross-fenced paddocks and pastures, it can accommodate either horses or a home workshop/car collection. It includes heat, and is fed by a separate power feed from the Snohomish PUD. The northern pasture doubles as a riding arena and sits on a substrate of sand and gravel.
The home was custom-built in the early 1980s, and features a new roof (2009) and newly rebuilt decks. The home is on a well and septic system that has been scrupulously maintained.
Bonus: Some home video captured out our windows…