This former hunting lodge sports a helipad, waterfowl sanctuary, and a babbling brook
Michael King, KING 5 EVENING 12:17 a.m. PDT September 23, 2015
Normandy Park, WA---If you're after a place close to the water, a is about as close as you'll ever get.
This four-bedroom tudor sits just steps from 100-feet of low bank waterfront.
It features a private helipad, a salmon-bearing stream and a waterfowl sanctuary.
Three Tree Point is just to the north as part of the unobstructed 180-degree views of Puget Sound.
The home used to be a lodge. (Photo: evening)
The house is a former lodge built in 1927. The massive beams in what used to be the lodge's main room could be exposed by the next owner.