Today Architectural Digest brings you to the coast of the Pacific Northwest in Seattle, Washington to tour a 4-building compound surrounded by nature. 4751 W Ruffner Street has over 6000 square feet of living space, a stunning rocky beach, and hiking trails incorporated into the property. To access different areas of the compound, residents and guests use a private aerial tram, linking each of the buildings in a luxuriously picturesque fashion.
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Inside A $10.9M Compound With A Private Aerial Tram | On The Market | Architectural Digest