Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett swoops into a new nest outside Seattle
It’s been a productive year on and off the field for Tyler Lockett. In addition to catching 57 receptions and 10 touchdown passes during the regular season, the Seahawks wide receiver has snapped up a newly built home outside of Seattle for about $1.97 million, records show.
Found in Sammamish, the modern farmhouse-inspired spread opens to 4,572 square feet of open-concept living space lined with wide-plank wood floors. There’s a foyer with a sweeping staircase, a living room with a built-in fireplace, a dining room and an office.
Quartz covers the kitchen, which holds stainless steel appliances and a huge center island. Sliding glass doors open to a covered lounge with a fireplace and chandelier.
Five bedrooms, 4.75 bathrooms and a loft accessed by farmhouse doors fill out the rest of the floor plan. Highlights in the master suite include a freestanding tub, heated marble floors and a covered deck.
A two-time All-American at Kansas State, Lockett was drafted by the Seahawks in 2015 and made the Pro Bowl as a rookie. After signing a three-year deal worth $31.8 million last year, he emerged as the team’s leading receiver and caught for 965 yards this season.
Robin Bader and Lisa Deluca Olson of Quadrant Real Estate LLC held the listing, according to the Multiple Listing Service. Daniel Nunes of Keller Williams Eastside represented the buyer.
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