Welcome to Fabulous Fremont, the center of the known universe and experience the best of Fremont living. Located just blocks from the Burke Gilman Trail, charming Fremont Library, and an array of dining, shopping, and entertainment options.
Take in stunning views of the city, Mt Rainier, and Lake Union views from the spacious roof top deck. Spring is just around the corner with warmer days and evenings ahead. The view deck will soon be a daily destination to recharge your soul and a reminder of why the beautiful Pacific Northwest is the best place to live. Entertain with ease, with a wet bar and mini-fridge just inside.
This 4-Star Green Built home features modern design with warm wood tones, natural stone, glass, and metal elements that create a stylish and inviting atmosphere. Floor-to-ceiling windows and a corner gas fireplace make the main living space cozy and inviting. The kitchen boasts wood cabinets, quartz counters, glass backsplash, and stainless-steel appliances with gas cooking for the ultimate cooking experience.
Escape to the upper level, where the primary suite awaits with floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning city and lake views. The attached ¾ bath features dual sinks and a spacious shower with rain showerhead and a cascade of glass tiles accents.
Make the most of your space with this 4-level home, offering a versatile floor plan for any lifestyle. The entry level showcases two bedrooms with ample natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows, perfect for matching home offices or a guest area. The nearby ¾ bath continues the modern design with wood cabinets, quartz, and glass tiles. The lower level boasts a spacious bedroom, ideal for a roommate or extended stay guests, and could also serve as a dedicated media room. This level also includes a full bath and convenient laundry area.
Enjoy the added bonuses of tandem parking for two cars off the alley and no capacity charge!
The home has been pre-inspected is ready for the new owner. Come check it out!
Check out more to see and do around this fabulous home.
The Fremont neighborhood, humorously self-described as the Center of the Known Universe. This bohemian neighborhood has it all: public art, stellar views of Seattle’s skyline, delicious food, and quirky shops.
The Fremont Troll is a colossal statue, located on North 36th Street at Troll Avenue North, under the north end of the Aurora Bridge. A popular attraction for both neighbors and tourists, the troll is clutching an actual Volkswagen Beetle, as if it had just swiped it from the roadway above. The vehicle has a California license plate.
Nearby Fremont Peak Park, a half-acre in size, is located on a west-facing bluff in upper Fremont with unobstructed views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. This park features a sculpture that marks the solstices and equinoxes.
Check out the Fremont Sunday Market is one of Seattle’s longest running, year round street markets in Seattle. It features over 125 vendors rain or shine. Brunch, browse and shop an amazing selection of food trucks, handmade crafts, antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing, furniture and world imports. Starting October 30th, the Fremont Market moves 85 booths and food court one block Southeast to under the Fremont Bridge through April 4th from 10-4pm every Sunday.
Popular Gasworks Park has a play area with a large play barn, and big hill popular for flying kites. Special park features include a sundial, and a beautiful view of Seattle. The Burke-Gilman Trail runs past Gas Works parking lot and follows the Burlington-Northern Railroad 12.5 miles north to Log Boom Park in Kenmore.
Nearby, Queen Anne is one of the most well-known and noteworthy neighborhoods in Seattle. The neighborhood is the site of the iconic Space Needle and some of the most magnificent views in Seattle. Tourists and locals alike visit Queen Anne because of its rich architectural history, local eateries, and compelling attractions.
The Queen Anne Library features tall ceilings with large leaded glass windows and hanging lamps giving the building a spacious feel. The historic branch is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been named a landmark building by Seattle’s Landmarks Preservation Board.