The West Bellevue residence, renowned as the birthplace of Amazon by founder Jeff Bezos, returns to the market at $2.3 million, marking its reappearance five years post its last sale.
Located at 10704 NE 28th St, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom dwelling has undergone significant renovations since Bezos’ occupancy in 1994. Following extensive remodeling and expansion in 2001, the property now stands as a testament to meticulous reconstruction.
Presented by Sea to Sky Realty, the listing includes a replica of the iconic “amazon.com” sign once displayed in the garage, though the original Amazon door desk is not part of the package.
Featuring a spacious great room and a stunning granite & maple kitchen bathed in natural light from skylights, the residence exudes a vibrant and inviting atmosphere. The fully fenced backyard boasts a sizable party deck and a luxurious hot tub, ideal for relaxation and entertaining. Positioned in coveted West Bellevue, the property offers convenient access to amenities, parks, and acclaimed schools.
According to King County records, the home sold for $1.53 million in 2019, following its acquisition by a T-Mobile executive for $620,000 in 2009, as documented by the Business Journal.
Reflecting a remarkable surge akin to tech stocks, the home’s value has soared over the years, with records showing a modest sale price of $182,000 in 1998.