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Renovated Queen Anne Victorian on Belvedere Island asks 8.7M

It comes with multiple terraces and tiered gardens

“Apparently the sixth home built on Belvedere Island by Belvedere Land Company in the 1800s,” says Compass Agent Payton Stiewe of this renovated home.

Today the circa-1890 home, listed off-market, is up for grabs for a cool $8.795 million.

Featuring six bedrooms, four and two half bathrooms, and 5,548 square feet, 160 Madrona Avenue comes with newly refurbished interiors, including marble wall paneling, home theater, wet bar, and more. (The founder of EJ Interior Design, Eugeina Jesberg, refreshed the place in 2014, which helped bring the home up to date.)

Of special note here is the curved staircase reaching all three floors. And don’t miss the master bedroom closet—as big as some Tenderloin studios—which features custom built-ins and its own skylight.

And if being cooped up at home has your head spinning, the property’s the multiple outdoor terraces, wraparound decks, covered porch, and landscaped tiered gardens will provide you some daydream fodder as you trudge through yet another day of sheltering in place.

The listing is through Payton Stiewe of Compass.

A new light fixtures graces the entryway.
The living room opens out onto a wraparound deck.
A kitchen with a marble island.
A master bedroom with a view.
A closet you could live in.
The master loo.
The office.