Ryan Lewis' House Is No Thrift-Shop Find

Mansions, estates, sure, but did you know Seattle's real estate market includes villas, too? One of them happens to be producer Ryan Lewis', a residence that recently listed for $7.95 million
| Posted
 
 
The DJ's home is all about the details: eclectic vintage furniture, a distinct color scheme and unexpected touches

This article originally appeared on zillow.com.

In case you didn’t know, Ryan Lewis’ house is for sale. Yeah, that Grammy-winning, understated musical partner to Macklemore is selling his Seattle waterfront villa for $7.95 million after a recent price cut.

Curious where the guy behind the keyboard lives? Let’s take a look.


Image Credit: Erik Hecht 

Down a long flight of stairs, a pair of life-sized stone lions (a recurring theme) flanks massive black doors — with gold knobs you need two hands to turn.


Image Credit: Jane Powers

That view! The main room is lined with windows showing off panoramic Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. It’s an immediate, though not surprising, wow.


Image Credit: Erik Hecht

The foyer is framed by the mother of all French chandeliers — one of many from New Orleans distributed throughout the house — hanging from a gold-leaf painted vaulted ceiling. Now that is the kind of extra a superstar can pull off.


Image Credit: Erik Hecht

It’s not hard to imagine hanging out here. You could curl up with a good book on the white sofa in the library, surrounded by houndstooth-lined bookshelves.


Image Credit: Erik Hecht

You could soak in the enormous marble tub in the master bath.

Or you could enjoy a drink with friends in the downstairs whiskey bar. (We love that retro plaid carpet.)


Image Credit: Erik Hecht

The design hits the right notes of elegance and simplicity, with eclectic, upscale thrift shop furniture, a consistent color scheme (black, white, gold, and green) and unexpected touches like mounted buffalo and moose heads.


Image Credit: Erik Hecht

It’s not hard to imagine Macklemore holding court, but there is no doubt this is Ryan’s palace, his personality embedded in the complete renovation it underwent after he bought this place in 2014. It’s every decade, every day, every bit of awesome — without going overboard.

Related Content

Sponsored

Located at the center of Seattle’s 534-acre Discovery Park, commanding unparalleled views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, The Frederick's natural beauty and serene atmosphere create an unrivaled living experience.

White paint lightens up a formerly bland kitchen and dining nook, proving that this color is anything but boring

A rustic waterfront retreat unites two spectacular features

The big green holiday is right around the corner. What to have for dinner? Circadia's Garrett Melkonian shares a recipe