Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett recently purchased a new construction in Sammamish, Washington for $1.97 million.
The home’s exterior architecture is a postmodern amalgam of farm and medieval, which could result in the prominent turret in the facade being mistaken for a silo. As a contemporary expression of popular taste, the home is an interesting text.
Inside, the house reveals itself in a characteristically understated contemporary luxury living style; satin-finished wide-plank floors, an open concept shared living area, and muted texture and tones define it. It spans 4,572 square feet, and begins with a foyer that reveals a grand curving staircase.
The living area features a fireplace, and transitions fluidly to main and catering kitchens. The main kitchen features a large eat-in island, and is accented with quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances. Tucked to the side is the additional prep kitchen and pantry.
Five bedrooms and 4.75 bathrooms comprise the home’s accommodations. The master suite boasts heated marble floors, a freestanding bathtub, and access to a covered deck.
Lockett caught 57 receptions and 10 touchdown passes this season. He is being hailed as one of the best wide receivers in NFL history.