Experience timeless elegance in this classic Magnolia home with brick exterior. Step into the inviting living room with a wood-burning fireplace and large picture windows that frame the scenic backyard. Seamless access to the adjacent kitchen makes entertaining a breeze, and the hardwood floors add a touch of warmth.
The dining room is seamlessly integrated into the kitchen, featuring sliding doors that open to an inviting patio below. The kitchen is equipped with a gas stove, granite countertops and backsplash. Modern wooden cabinets with glass doors flank the sink, providing both functionality and timeless design.
The main level primary bedroom is a sanctuary with a nearby bathroom that boasts new cabinetry and countertops, along with a walk-in shower enclosed by a sliding glass door. An additional bedroom also serves this level. The lower-level family room with large windows and gas fireplace offers direct access to the backyard and new laminate floors that enhance the space. This level includes a spacious laundry with storage, bedroom, and a flex room that would be great for a hobbyist or kitchenette with dining area, the options are endless.
Outside, the fully landscaped yard features a well-maintained and vibrant garden that comes to life in spring and summer. Large trees provide excellent shade, creating a serene atmosphere. Entertain guests with a natural gas grill with hookup. Privacy is ensured by bushes and trees in the front, shielding the home from the street. A two-car garage is accessed through a paved alley. This home has been well-maintained including the addition seismic retrofitting and new interior waters lines
Immerse yourself in the charm of the welcoming neighborhood, where meandering sidewalks beckon leisurely strolls to the vibrant Magnolia Village. Explore the convenience of nearby amenities, including a grocery store, post office, banks, restaurants, bakery, and an array of shops, all within easy reach. A lively Farmers Market graces the community during the summer months, creating a delightful atmosphere.
For recreation enthusiasts, two expansive play fields are just blocks away, offering many opportunities for outdoor activities. Nature lovers will appreciate the proximity of Discovery Park, spanning 564 acres of outdoor bliss. This expansive green space provides a picturesque escape to the great outdoors, allowing residents to connect with nature and enjoy views of the Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound, and serene landscapes. Experience the perfect blend of convenience and natural beauty in Magnolia – where every stroll is an opportunity for discovery.
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Magnolia is the second largest neighborhood in Seattle and occupies a peninsula northwest of downtown. A large portion of Magnolia is taken up by Discovery Park. Magnolia’s business district, called “The Village” by locals, is home to many specialty stores, professional services, restaurants, and industrial and marine services. In the summer, the Magnolia Farmer’s Market is held on Saturdays in the Magnolia Village.
Magnolia, where history meets tranquility. Back in 1857, Lieutenant George Davidson mistook Madrona trees for Magnolias, giving this neighborhood its distinctive name. Today, Magnolia stands as a testament to its fishing heritage, hosting the renowned Fishermen’s Terminal, a bustling seafood market and ever-popular Chinook’s Restaurant.
What makes Magnolia unique? It’s a peninsula surrounded by Elliot Bay, Salmon Bay, and Puget Sound, offering a serene escape from the bustling city. With limited access via the Emerson, Dravus, and Magnolia bridges, residents enjoy a slower pace of life without compromising proximity to Downtown Seattle, Ballard, and Queen Anne.
In Magnolia, weekends are crafted for leisure. Magnolia Village, the heart of the neighborhood, invites you to explore its charming streets. Whether you’re strolling through Magnolia’s Bookstore, indulging in delectable treats at Petit Pierre Bakery, or savoring the offerings of the Magnolia Farmers Market, there’s something for everyone.
Discover the unexpected charm of Seattle’s favorite public park—Discovery Park. Spanning 534 acres, it boasts a 2.8-mile loop, making it a haven for trail runners. With the West Point Lighthouse, two miles of pristine beaches, and a rich array of wildlife, including eagles, herons, seals, and owls, it’s a nature lover’s paradise. For a more refined experience, Magnolia Park on the Magnolia Bluff offers picnic tables, tennis courts, and breathtaking views of the Seattle skyline.
What truly sets Magnolia apart? The option to embrace city life on your terms. While short bridges connect it to Seattle, Magnolia residents prefer the peace and quiet of home. Magnolia offers a lifestyle where city life is optional, and tranquility is the true luxury.