Are you in search of your dream home? Maybe not officially in the market to pounce on a great deal on a glorious opportunity, but, like most of us, you enjoy dreaming. Me too.

I think I've found the home that more than qualifies for what I would consider being a dream home, and, if I could afford the $28 Million price tag, I'd lay the money down and start moving in tomorrow.

The Most Expensive Home Currently For Sale in Washington is Breathtaking

I sincerely fell in love with this amazing property as soon as I began looking through the jaw-dropping photos. I'll bet your jaw will drop too. This isn't a $28 million dollar mansion on some hill overlooking dozens of smaller mansions or a bustling cityscape. No, this is so much more, and for the right person, it's likely they'd never want to leave.

Welcome to Eagle Crest Estate on Orcas Island, Washington

The listing I found on Realtor.com says it all:

Eagle Crest Estate affords a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire 127 private and tranquil acres on Orcas Island with approximately 3, 000 feet of waterfront and breathtaking views of Eastsound's pristine natural beauty. Two gated entries hearken one into a magical setting of natural beauty that is graced by two lovely English cottages, a mid-century modern beach house, barns, orchards, sprawling gardens and grounds.

Just thinking out loud here, but, with two lovely English cottages and a mid-century modern beach house, there may be some options for you and a few of your closest friends going in together on this. Heck, I'd sleep in the barn. The listing boasts:

Situated in a prime locale just a short drive from the village and ferry landing, a quick 55-minute flight from Seattle or a relaxing trip aboard a yacht to private deep-water moorage brings one to the property. An offering of this magnificence arises only once in a lifetime.

$28 Million Washington Home for Sale: Eagle Crest Estate

 

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