Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC today announced that Wendy Purvey, the brand’s chief marketing officer, was named the 2015 Honoree of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern New Jersey.
Home of the Day is a feature presented by the Puget Sound Business Journal and Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty. This is your invitation to view some of Puget Sound’s most-luxurious properties. Come inside and take a look around. Read more below on the “Home of the Week” winner, our Luxury Victorian Residence on the Shores of Beaver Lake, listed by Christine Kipp!
2.3 acres of Olmsted-designed grounds define this gracious and utterly unique urban estate and provide context for all of its exquisitely restored and newly built structures. Bordering the acclaimed Dunn Gardens, the estate known as Seattle Northshire Estate represents a magical coalescence of meticulous restoration, carefully edited historic beauty and confidently bold design to create a singular enclave that celebrates its richly genteel rural heritage while anticipating the future with thoroughly modern systems and conveniences, wrapped in exceptional levels of craftsmanship.
PICTURED ABOVE: Cunningham used Dean Jones’s photo in the article, writing that “Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty reports a significant increase in Lake Washington waterfront tours with Asian homebuyers. Here, a family from mainland China explores a Hunts Point listing offered at $8.75 million.”
In a print article entitled “How Foreign Investment is Changing our Neighborhoods,” Seattle Magazine’s Jenny Cunningham prominently featured Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR), an expert on the latest in this massive trend. After “quizzing” her readers about the most expensive housing market in North America (Vancouver, British Columbia) Cunningham describes that “in recent years, mainland Chinese have been buying Coal Harbour condos and Shaughnessy megamansions, and the general consensus is that these rich immigrants are the main reason for Vancouver’s skyrocketing housing values.” She then asks, “could Seattle be next?”