Key Facts

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  • Lake views from nearly every room

  • Three beautifully furnished lounges

  • Comfy beds with hotel-quality linens

  • Chef’s kitchen with All-Clad cookware

  • Home theater with 75” flat-screen TV

  • Full wet bar in Media Lounge

  • Whole-house Sonos music system

  • Luxury natural bath products

  • High-speed Eero mesh network

  • 3 workstations and color laser printer


  • 75-ft dock with boat lift

  • Boathouse bar with kitchenette

  • Hot tub for 8

  • Lush Northwest-inspired gardens

  • Canoe and kayaks

  • Comfortable outdoor lounge areas

  • Lakeside fire table

  • Pro-style Lynx gas grill

  • Multiple dining terraces with tables

  • Organic herb and vegetable garden

  • Parking for up to 8 vehicles


Blue Heron Lakehouse is a spacious, contemporary waterfront vacation home on Lake Sammamish, near Seattle, with art-filled spaces and spectacular views. Our Mid-century modern-style home accommodates up to 14 guests in 5 bedrooms...


The Master Suite is a tranquil space high above the lake with treetop views and a spacious bathroom with a glass-box shower for two and radiant flooring. It has a 55” flat-screen TV, a workstation and air-conditioning. (king)

The Garden Room offers sweet dreams, with French doors opening to a Northwest-style garden and stream. It has a workstation, lots of natural light, radiant floor heating and air-conditioning. (king)...


Blue Heron Lakehouse has three richly furnished, art-filled lounges. Our airy Great Room boasts amazing views through an entire wall of windows, French doors opening to a balcony and a comfortable seating area with a semi-circular sectional...

Kitchen and Dining

The lake-view kitchen has a 12-ft granite island, professional appliances and everything needed for cooking and serving with flair. Among the appliances are a Thermador gas range with grill, sub-zero refrigerator and wine chiller...


Waves washing up on 75 feet of shoreline, fragrant gardens and eagles circling overhead all add to the relaxing nature of Blue Heron Lakehouse, where the outdoors plays a starring role.


Heating/cooling Radiant flooring and air-conditioning units

Laundry Laundry room with washer/dryer, iron and detergent

Water Water filtration system with instant hot water tap

Outdoor gear Beach towels, pool noodles and life jackets

Games Selection of classic and contemporary games for kids and adults

Baby Gear Crib, Pack N Plays, highchairs, gate available upon request



Bellevue (15 min. east) is the home of The Bellevue Collection, a massive indoor shopping complex taking up multiple city blocks, with mid-range to high-end shops. There are a number of highly regarded restaurants in Bellevue.

Kirkland (15 min. NE) is a charming, artsy waterfront town on Lake Washington with galleries, high-end consignment shops and a wide range of great restaurants, including several waterfront restaurants with sunset views.

Woodinville (20 min. north) is the epicenter of Washington’s wine industry, with more than 100 wineries and tasting rooms. The state’s oldest and most well-known winery, Chateau Ste. Michelle, produces chardonnay, cabernet, merlot and riesling. The restaurant scene includes everything from top-rated cafes to several highly regarded restaurants. Reservations for The Herb Farm, the Northwest's most-exclusive seasonally focused restaurant, must be made months in advance.

Redmond (12 min. north) is a small community with several reliably good restaurants. Redmond is the starting point for several fantastic dedicated bike trails. Marymoor Park, at the north end of Lake Sammamish, has trails through lakeside willows and broad open expanses.

Issaquah (15 min. south) is a tucked-away community with a beloved playhouse featuring musicals, and several good restaurants.

Snoqualmie Falls (30 min. east), which plunges 270 feet, is one of the state’s top attractions. The Salish Lodge, at the falls, has a view dining room where they feature farm-style breakfasts (and superb dinners).


Cascade Range Hikes Farther east along the I-90 corridor, you’ll find trailheads for a number of hikes. Easy hikes here include Twin Falls (3.6 miles), Franklin Falls (2.5 miles) and the Denny Creek Waterslide (4 miles), a natural feature that’s great for kids on a hot day.