Washington State's most expensive home is nestled up against 327 feet of Lake Washington shoreline and is dubbed the "Jewel of Hunts Point". This massive estate boasts 17,000 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms and sits on 4.3 acres.

There is plenty of moorage space for a yacht and seaplane - the dock is steps away from weekend lake cruises and sightseeing flights with the lake as a runway.

This home, designed by Richard Landry, is made for entertaining, peaceful living, and an active family. Absolutely nothing but quality and thought went into this design with sandstone and glass. Spring and summer are taken care of with a plush lawn, tennis court, a luxurious pool with cabana and water features, and a spa. During the cooler months, the future owner will enjoy the theater room, home gym, and study.

A home this large will require a staff to assist with maintenance and upkeep and that's why it comes with a separate staff house. There's plenty of room for overnight guests in the beach house perched on the lakeshore with an amazing view. The home is listed for $85 million by Anna F. Riley and Denise Niles of Windermere Real Estate/East. Keep scrolling and take a tour of this truly stunning estate.

PEEK INSIDE: "The Jewel of Hunts Point" - Washington State's Most Expensive Home

Washington State's most expensive home is nestled up against 327 feet of Lake Washington shoreline and is dubbed the "Jewel of Hunts Point". Valued at $85 million, this massive estate boasts 17,000 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms and sits on 4.3 acres.

PEEK INSIDE Massive North Pasco River Estate Worth Nearly $2 Million Dollars

This home is truly a desert oasis – it has everything for enjoying the climate of Eastern Washington. It has just over 6,000 square feet of living space, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a beautiful pool, outdoor grilling/kitchen area, and sits on 1.45 acres of low-maintenance landscaping – giving more time for the owner to relax by the pool and take in the view of the river – which flows right by the front yard.