I Bet Your Dream Home is the Orginal Sundquist Homestead On Sale
This dream home had me jaw-dropping at the number of gorgeous details with modern touches. Normally you can check off one or two must-haves but this one left me spinning. It's the whole package and then some provided you're in the market this 3,324 square foot beauty features four bedrooms and three baths with a castle-like entryway that makes you do a double-take. First steps inside will find you walking on hardwood floors with an open concept, rolling french doors, a kitchen that would leave any visitor jealous and gorgeous windows that let in the best lighting thru out the day.
According to Realtor.com and presented by Katie Newquist It was built in the 1920s and still has all its magical elements, with all the modern touches all wrapped up with Selah's history. It's the original Sundquist homestead in Selah Heights for only $520,000! Shout out to Michelle Parker Baumbach for capturing the incredible shots of this gorgeous place.
The Rev. Hjalmer Sundquist, a newspaper editor from the Midwest came and settled in Selah in the 1900's. His son Ralf Sundquist started Sundquist Orchards which continues to prosper in the Selah community today. The home sits on .55 acres surrounded by orchards and views of the beautiful Naches Valley and Mt. Adams.
The entire place is filled with crown molding, reading nooks in the bedrooms and hallways, slanted ceilings, claw-foot bathtubs, and doors leading to verandas. I mean come on! This is the type of home where the only answer to, "do you like it?" is, "please shut up and take my money" This home has more attitude and cool features in one spot than is rarely found. If the arched bookcases accenting the living room fireplace didn't sell you perhaps the rolling green grass of the backyard and the incredible view. Run, don't walk to make an offer because I bet this piece of heaven will be snatched up real quick!
The Original Sunquist Homestead
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