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Seattle, Washington, United States  (# 28905)
 EdgeRiver Estate - Luxurious Riverfront Home
  VacationsFRBO Seattle Vacation Rentals Property ID 28905 edgeriver estate  

Major City: Seattle
Distance: 20-30 mi

Type:   House
Area: Waterfront

Bedrooms: 3
Sleeps: 6
Baths: 2
Size: 2100 Sq Ft

Internet: Yes
Pets OK: No
Pool: No
Spa: No

Calendar: No
Exchange: No
For Sale: No
Credit Cards: Yes

 
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Name: douglas

Languages: English

Personal Website: http://www.edgeriverestate.com

VacationsFRBO Listing Since: 2007-07-29

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     Description 


Located deep in the northwest’s cascade mountain range, EdgeRiver
Estate is perfectly located for an endless variety of activities from
just relaxing and watching wildlife to climbing Mt. Si*.

This riverfront home is located on an elevated location with stunning
river, wildlife & mountain views with it's own private riverside
beach. Three bedrooms, two full baths and extra large riverside patio
make for a comfortable outdoor lifestyle. Full kitchen, two
fireplaces one inside, one outside under the covered patio. Game room
includes a billiards table, darts and various board games.

Just a 30 minute drive to explore downtown Seattle and 14 minutes to
Alpental ski area. Activities include fantastic fly-fishing, world
famous white water kayaking, mountain biking on thousands of miles of
trails including single track, rock climbing, rafting, and much much
more.

* Mt. Si, at an elevation of 4,167 feet, overlooks North Bend and is
a favorite hike generally accessible year round. The four-mile hike
to the summit climbs some 3,500 feet and affords spectacular views of
Seattle, Mount Rainier and other Cascade peaks.



 

     Amenities 


Full kitchen with utensils and ice maker.
Extra large covered exterior river side patio.
Exterior fireplace on patio.
High Speed Internet & Wi-Fi.
Game room W/Billiards table.
Full set of golf clubs.
Large mantained vegitable garden to pick salads from (summer months).



 

     Attractions 


The area's many fine golf courses include: Mt Si Golf course,
Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course, Tall Chief Golf Course & Twin Rivers
Golf Course.

Fly-fishing is available everywhere including the back yard. The
Snoqualmie river is a protected river. Catch and release only, barb-
less hooks, no bait.

Rock Climbing is very nearby at rattlesnake ridge, iron horse & Mt Si.

Hiking opportunities include among many others, the wilderness lakes
preserve, twin falls, the spectacular Snoqualmie Falls, Iron horse
trail, John Wayne memorial trail, Mt Si trailhead, and Rattlesnake
Ridge trail. The list is just to great to mention in detail. The 75-
mile stretch of the Pacific Crest Trail between Snoqualmie Pass and
Stevens Pass is a very popular backpack trip, and it deserves to be.
The route is supremely scenic with countless viewpoints, beautiful
forests, acres of huckleberries, rugged mountains, and several
gorgeous lakes.

The Middle Fork Snoqualmie is one of the most popular destinations
for paddlers, from the cascades upstream of the Burntboot Creek
confluence to the town of North Bend, and recreational opportunities
abound along the tributary streams of the Pratt and Taylor Rivers and
Dingford Creek.

The Washington Cascades, part of the Cascade Mountain Range which
extends from British Columbia to California, offer hundreds of miles
of hiking, snow-shoeing and cross-country skiing trails; many ski
resorts; and countless opportunities for camping, backpacking and
mountain climbing in one of the world's most beautiful and accessible
mountain ranges. The Washington Cascades' four snow-capped volcanoes,
Mount Baker, Mount Adams, Mount Rainier and Mount St. Helens, rise
dramatically above their lesser neighbors as the outstanding featured
attractions in this widely popular recreational area of Washington.

A visit to Seattle creates a mosaic of colorful impressions that
shimmer in the imagination long after the visit ends. Seattle is the
Emerald City. Its greenness stems from its abundant rainfall, which
encourages the growth of lush vegetation, and also from its
reflection in the clear blue/green waters of the Puget Sound.

Mt. Rainer looks down on Seattle from its majestic heights. Driving
through Seattle on a clear day has been compared to floating on a
cloud in an emerald sky. From the dining room atop the Space Needle,
a meal can be enjoyed along with a panoramic view of the whole city.

Pike Street Market is a medley of fresh fish, fruit, vegetable and
flower shops right on the water. Sitting at a sidewalk café, one can
watch the men who work in the fish markets throwing the fish from
back to front. As a customer asks to purchase a fresh fish of a
certain size, one man selects a fish from the barrel of ice, throws
it to the weigher who is positioned in front of him, who in turn
calls out the weight and throws it expertly to the wrapper who
packages it and hands it to the customer. It is not unusual to see
huge tubs of Alaskan salmon, king crab legs, and Dungeness crab
awaiting this process in the market.

The old fishing village of Ballard sits on the locks. Relax for a
while and watch the ships go from Lake Union to the Puget Sound. A
short drive north of Ballard leads to the Woodland Park zoo. It is a
distinct pleasure to stroll through the acres of well-kept grounds
and to watch the animals enjoying their spacious natural habitats.

There are several choices of bus, trolley and monorail routes. There
are even convertible buses dually equipped with gasoline and
electrical systems that go underground to double as subway cars! It
is easy to drive in Seattle, however, and there is ample parking. An
automobile is handy for exploring the sights beyond the city. Walking
is another alternative. There are many interesting and beautiful
walking tours. Remember, though, that Seattle, like Rome, was
constructed on seven hills. Downtown is built on a slant, so a walk
will provide a good workout and may be tiring to small children.

Family attractions are everywhere in the city and suburbs. Seattle
Center has a children’s museum and interactive science center; Imax
theater and several buildings with hands on exhibits. Around Green
Lake in the center of Seattle children can roller blade, ride a
bicycle or jog. Nearby at the University of Washington, which sits on
tranquil Lake Washington, is a beautiful arboretum. There are parks
everywhere.



 

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Low Season: $1,700 (October through June, excludes holiday season) High Season: $1,900 (July 1st through September 31st) Holiday Season: $2,100 (Mid November through the 1st week of January) Prices subject to change please email for current rates. $700 refundable security deposit required. Full payment required for reservation. EdgeRiver Estate is a Non-Smoking residence. Owner reserves the right to approve all rentals.



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