Brazen Sotheby’s International Realty Listing Selected as Featured Story in Popular Seaplane and Boating Magazine, HARBORS
Posted by Elizabeth A. Maxwell — December 1, 2015
BELLEVUE, WA - Agents Kathy Madsen and Cindy Paur's Shelton, WA home was selected by HARBORS Magazine to be featured as a four-page spread in their latest November/December issue. Geographically, HARBORS covers Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, Olympic Peninsula, Strait of Juan de Fuca, Vancouver Island, Sunshine Coast, Gulf Islands, Strait of Georgia, Discovery Islands, Desolation Sound and Queen Charlotte Strait, the Inside Passage of SE Alaska, mainland Alaska inlets and harbors and all ports in between. The HARBORS mission is to deliver compelling local adventure travel ideas, news and information to Seaplane passengers and boaters, as well as provide Northwest travelers with a resource for exploring the many regional destinations available in the waters of Washington, Alaska and British Columbia. This is a high-quality publication with exceptional content and spectacular photography from local NW writers and photographers. HARBORS reflects the spectacular destinations found in the Pacific Northwest. The readership is made up of consumers already identified as affluent, educated, travel and outdoor enthusiasts.
About the Article
Lee and Marlene Zuker, current home owners of this iconic waterfront estate, often hear their home referred to as ‘ol’ Doc Collier’s house’ despite having been 13-year residents. After researching their home’s history, they found it was once the dreamwork of Boy Norfleet Collier, MD. A long-time aviation enthusiast, Dr. Collier designed his home to accommodate his Taylorcraft float-plane, complete with a hangar fitted with large sliding doors and railroad tracks. Lee, former U.S. Air Force pilot, is no stranger to flying. He has since embraced his home’s history, displaying some of his handiwork in the living room. Alongside her husband’s replicas sit Marlene’s first oil pieces, adding grace and balance to the couple’s haven.
The home’s history is not its only impressive focal point; “We never get tired of looking across the inlet, both at the boat traffic and the wildlife,” says Marlene. A beautiful sight it is to see, the water flourishes with orcas, seals, otters, eagles, and waterfowl. In recent years, Marlene and Lee have decided that it’s time to grant others the gift of this Hammersley Inlet Estate. Having yet to decide where they will land next, the Zuckers are certain to take with them their fond, lifelong memories of their waterfront sanctuary."