MLS# 318099 - 5103 Saddleback Dr NW
MLS #318099, located at 5103 Saddleback Dr NW in Gig Harbor, Washington, has 6 bedroom(s), 7 bathroom(s) and 10250 square feet. Built in 2007, this Single Family is priced at $1,449,000. For more information about this listing and others like it, contact Nikki Boad at 206-395-8702 or click on the Request Information button below for further assistance.
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|Square Footage:||10250 sqft|
|Full Address:||5103 Saddleback Dr NW|
Gig Harbor WA, 98332
Located on Canterwood's 2nd fairway with sweeping view of the golf course. Artistically designed French Chateau built in 2007. 6 complete bedrm stes w/ baths and walk-ins. 4 fireplaces, Gourmet kitch w/ top of line appl. Formal din, lvg rooms. Beaut Brazillian cherry hdwd floors. Master suite w/ spa bath. Lower level rec rm with media rm, 2 bdrms. 5 car garage.
|Features:||2nd Kitchen, 2nd Master, Bath Off Master, Dble Pane/Strm Windw, Dining Room, Fireplace in Mstr BR, French Doors, High Tech Cabling, Jetted/Soaking Tub, Security System, Vaulted Ceilings, Walk In Pantry, Walk-in Closet|
|Site Features:||Arena-Indoor, Arena-Outdoor, Athletic Court, Barn, Cable TV, Deck, Nat. Gas Available, Gated Entry, High Speed Internet, Hot Tub/Spa, Patio, RV Parking, Sprinkler System, Stable|
|Lot Square Footage:||17860|
|Lot Details:||Paved Street|
|Style:||18-2 Stories w/Bsmnt|
|Exterior:||Stone, Stucco, Wood Products|
|Bus Line Nearby:|
|Appliances Included:||Dishwasher, Double Oven, Dryer, Garbage Disposal, Microwave, Range/Oven, Refrigerator, Washer|
|Building Information:||Built On Lot|
|Floor Covering:||Ceramic Tile, Hardwood, Wall to Wall Carpet|
|Total Covered Parking:||5|
|Elementary School:||Purdy Elem|
|Junior High:||Harbor Ridge Mid|
|Senior High:||Peninsula High|
|Three Quarters Bathroom||0|
|Sewer Company||STEP Septic|
|Heating and Cooling||Central Air, Forced Air|
|Lot Topograhy/Vegetation||Level, Terraces|
|Common Community Features||CCRs, Clubhouse, Golf Course|
|Listing Courtesy Of:||John L. Scott University Place|
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