Designed by the founder of the University of Washington Architect program, Carl Gould, this stunning 1910 estate is so prestigious, that its address has not been disclosed on the listing - most likely to keep the gawkers from driving by and pestering the owner for a look-see. There's no need to drive by - keep reading and then take a tour for yourself with the amazing pictures below.

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The estate has been renovated - so the occupant will have the look and feel of history and all the amenities of today. As a visitor approaches, they'll be greeted with a porte cochere - that's the French word for an entrance or gate large enough to allow a coach to be driven through, in this case, a double-gated entryway. Entrances like these were commonly built during the days of King Louis XIV of France.

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The westerly views are simply breathtaking and include Lake Union and the Olympic Mountains. The four levels of living space include over 11,000 square feet, 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a gym, sunroom, a library, entertainment room, a guest suite (with separate entrance), and a laundry area.

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The exterior amenities are plentiful and present a lush landscape and lawn, a pool, terrace views, and even a soccer practice field and basketball court. The estate is listed for $15 million dollars by Bob Bennion with Compass. Keep scrolling and take a peek inside of an estate fit for a King and Queen.

SEE INSIDE: Seattle Estate Designed By Famous PNW Architect, Carl Gould

Designed by the founder of the University of Washington Architect program, Carl Gould, this stunning multi-million dollar 1910 estate is awe-inspiring and will amaze you with its attention to detail and architectural features. Keep scrolling and take a tour.   

SEE INSIDE Seattle's Most Expensive Mansion

The home is massive with 11,000 square feet of living space, 5 bedrooms, and 9 bathrooms. The Sam Hill Mansion is one of Seattle’s most premiered and renowned dwellings constructed with rich royalty style. The home boasts views of the Olympic Mountains, Lake Union, Puget Sound, and other city views