Haleh is actively involved in the philanthropic community, currently serving on the board of The Overlake Hospital Foundation, and was a past treasurer and board member for The Medina Foundation. When she is not working hard for her clients, Haleh treasures time with her husband and three sons.
Seattle's top 5 most expensive home sales of 2020
Haleh Clapp of Compass, who was the listing agent for two of the top sales of the year, told the Seattle P-I that "2020 was a Renaissance year for amenity-rich homes in the luxury market. Gyms, pools, offices, theaters, spas: we're all craving the amenities we used to enjoy in the community that have been shut down, so demand for homes that have their own has increased dramatically." People also want a way to be outside their homes, but safely. "We're looking for more ways to socialize and enjoy activities outdoors, which has amplified the attractiveness of properties with covered outdoor living spaces, sport courts and especially those with waterfront access and moorage," said Clapp.
Pacific Northwest luxury: Seattle-area homes extend into multi-million dollar range
Home of the Starbucks headquarters, tech titans and grunge, Seattle-area luxury homes are on the market for more than eight figures. From oil tycoons to CEOs and NFL superstars like Russell Wilson and his famous wife Ciara, it’s hard not to see why the Pacific Northwest region is appealing... With lush green scenery and plenty of space – you can see why luxury isn’t too hard to find. Here’s a look at some of the most expensive spots on the market, courtesy Compass Real Estate...
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Where Tech Tycoons Live Outside Seattle: The suburb of Medina, a quiet enclave on Lake Washington, is a paradise for billionaires
On the eastern shore of Lake Washington, Medina is a sleepy residential enclave across the water from Seattle. It was incorporated in 1955. At ﬁrst glance, the roughly 1.4-square-mile city of about 3,000 people is decidedly unassuming. It has a rural feel. There is little need for trafﬁc lights. There is almost nothing commercial here (restaurants, shopping and entertainment are in neighboring Bellevue, a roughly 148,000-person city to the east.) Yet hidden behind the hedges and gates on Evergreen Point Road—Medina’s main drag—are some of America’s priciest mansions, belonging to the likes of such tech titans as Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates. For those who decide to visit, make sure to behave: Since 2009, Medina has had 24-hour security surveillance that captures that the license plate of every car entering town...