The Washington State Tuscan-inspired villa of Super Bowl champ Russell Wilson and singer Ciara is up for sale this month. The couple has listed the 2007-built home outside Seattle at $36 million. The property is anchored by an 11,104 sq. ft. mansion with six bedrooms and six baths, and spans 1.89 acres.
The L-shaped house features a symmetrical façade that breaks into a perpendicular section with a lower garage capped with additional living area. The entry is a gracious one, with carved stone and a set of arched doors with a transom; ornate wrought iron panels coverer all the glass.
The wrought iron is immediately reprised upon stepping into the home, as the house’s centerpiece staircase, which rises to the upper level and offers a view of the lower, is embellished with a strikingly ornate balustrade. Other details include the reclaimed double doors; carved wood, with what appears to be original bronze hardware in one set, but no provenance is given for either pair, so the imagination will have to suffice in lieu of an answer barring a conversation with the present owners.
The more grandiose aspirations of the house come into full bloom in the home’s arcade, where Corinthian columns support an arcade hallway with a groin vaulted ceiling. But this is Seattle—or a bedroom community thereof—and what counts is Puget views; the home has ’em in panorama, from the dining room and master bedroom’s matched rotunda glass, and the backyard living area too.
The $36 million price tag includes an adjacent lot that measures about 0.8 acres. The property is also offered without, for $28 million.