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Waterfront mansion may be sold

This mansion, located on Boulevard Place, was place up for auction earlier in the summer, but failed to sell. Now it appears the home may have been sold. - Linda Ball/Mercer Island Reporter
This mansion, located on Boulevard Place, was place up for auction earlier in the summer, but failed to sell. Now it appears the home may have been sold.
— image credit: Linda Ball/Mercer Island Reporter

The Sandwith House at 4137 Boulevard Place may finally be sold as early as December.

According to Island real estate agent, Kriss Robbs, a sale is pending, but could be finalized early next month.

The 14,000-square-foot Island mansion home failed to sell at auction in August when the minimum bid of $15.5 million was not reached. The home has been listed with Robbs for $18.9 million.

The home is on 1.6 acres of land with 164 feet of waterfront. It has never been lived in.

A similar home, called the Lytle Mansion on the northwest corner of the Island, originally listed at $40 million finally sold at auction in, 2010 for $12 million.

 

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