Welcome to this Grand Craftsman sitting proudly on a sunny corner lot, just shy of her 100th birthday. The landscaped front yard, long side yard and large back yard provide ample space for grill and deck furniture, practice soccer net, gardening, chickens and more.
One step into the living room/dining room with its wall of sun-welcoming west windows, high ceilings and wood burning fireplace and you’ll know you found your home. The kitchen has been refreshed with quartz countertops and white subway tile backsplash for a timeless look that reflects the era of the home.
Take the stately fir staircase, etched with character, to the upper level to find three spacious bedrooms with large walk-in closets, and 4th bedroom or office. A roomy full bath with large skylight services this level.
The lower level offers endless possibilities. Approximately 1/3 of the basement is finished with a great craft room and a large TV or playroom. What will you do with the other 2/3rds? Expansive shop area, ADU, massive media room?
This home is close to coveted Christ the King School, major routes and shopping.
Check out popular Northwest Seattle parks below!
Carkeek Park – Walk to the park trail head just across the street from this home. Carkeek Park is a 216 acres park that contains Piper Orchard, Pipers Creek, play and picnic areas, picnic shelters, and hiking trails. A pedestrian bridge across the main lines of the BNSF Railway connects to the Carkeek Park sand beach on Puget Sound. Carkeek is one of Seattle’s most popular beach front parks.
Golden Gardens – Golden Gardens Park is a popular waterfront park in the Northwest neighborhood of Seattle. The park includes wetlands, beaches, hiking trails, and picnic and playground areas. This park is just north of the Shilshole Bay Marina and popular Little Coney Burgers and Ice Cream.
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks – The Ballard Locks carry more boat traffic than any other lock in the US, and the Locks, along with the fish ladder and the surrounding Carl S. English Jr. Botanical Gardens attract more than one million visitors annually, making it one of Seattle’s top tourist attractions.
A full home inspection report including pest inspection report and sewer scope are available on this website.
From the Seller:
What We love about our home
Built in 1921 by a farmer, it’s a large old home, incredibly well-built and sturdy.
Graciousness! Coming in the front door feels airy and welcoming. The many windows, tall ceilings, clear fir picture molding, wide hallways, huge basement, large bedrooms and closets give this home a rare graciousness.
This home accommodated our ever-changing needs of shared bedrooms, a nursery, guest rooms and home offices.
Here are some of our favorite memories:
Hosting the annual neighborhood New Year’s celebration with some playing in the basement and the others enjoying champagne and potluck dinner. Everyone relaxing knowing they’d just walk home.
Sitting around the dining room table with our foreign exchange students sharing food and stories about their native countries.
Playing soccer in the side yard or trampolining in the back yard.
We had the comfort of knowing we could easily find just the right suitcase or the beach toys box on the expansive basement shelves.
Cozy evenings playing board games. Making sure the dog didn’t get the best spot in front of the fireplace.
Nibbling on cherry tomatoes from the garden and apples from the trees while we barbecued dinner on the grill.
The wonderful neighborhood community – block parties, Super Bowl parties, carpooling to swim lessons, sharing nannies.
Visiting with neighbors as they walked by with their dogs on summer evenings.
Enjoying the peek-a-boo views of the Cascades and Olympics from the second story.
Walking down to Carkeek Park on Thanksgiving to see the salmon run.