Bellevue, Wash. — It is a house with walls that disappear. The Hinoki House in Bellevue's Clyde Hill neighborhood is more than a house; it is a work of art.

The award-winning, Asian-inspired contemporary was built in 2007 by former Microsoft Exec Jim Ewel and his wife Ann.

"We wanted to blur the distinction between outside and inside," says Jim.

They collaborated with architect Rex Hohlbein and landscape architect Randy Allworth.

Ann's bookshelves lead you to her favorite part of the house, the master bedroom.

"I can sit on my bed and watch the waterfall and I can watch the birds bathe in it. It's a retreat," said Ann.

They describe it as a choreography between the house and its natural surroundings.

The gorgeous home could be your next oasis for $5.6 Million dollars. Coldwell Banker's Carol Truex would be thrilled to sell it to you!

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