Welcome to this spacious one-level home in coveted Broadview. The charming 1940’s brick curb appeal is just the beginning. It’s hard to believe that 2,100 square feet of living space lies beyond this sweet facade.
There are many features to love about the home. One of our favorite features is the layout and flexibility of the spaces. The desirable circular floor plan will be appreciated by many.
The spacious eat-in kitchen is the central hub of the home. The resident chef will approve of the abundance of counter space and storage. Laundry is nearby for easy multi-tasking of domestic duties.
The generous family room, at the back of the house, may soon be your favorite room. The vaulted ceilings add to the spacious feel. There is plenty of space for TV viewing and a gaming or workout area. The 4th bedroom, off the family room, will make an excellent home office or private guest room. There is a nearby powder room for everyone’s convenience.
The desirable layout includes the bedroom wing with three bedrooms. The primary bedroom is roomy and features an attached 3/4 bath. The other two bedrooms are serviced by the nearby full bath.
The virtual walk-through, additional photos, full home inspection report, including sewer report, are all available on the home’s website.
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Check out some of the great amenities surrounding this Broadview Rambler.
Just a short drive from this home sits Carkeek Park. This park offers extraordinary views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. Explore the secrets of this northwest Seattle watershed, nine miles from downtown. Here, 220 acres of lush forest, meadows, wetlands, creeks, and beach are formed by the magic of water and time. Come take part in an education program, have a picnic, or get involved as a volunteer teacher or as part of an outdoor work party. Walk the Pipers Canyon Story Trail, play on the uniquely salmon themed play area, or touch time at the historic Piper Orchard.
In the mood for for some gourmet coffee? Look no further than Diva Espresso. This locally owned coffee shop chain offers up hand crafted artisan coffee, pastries and lunch menu items.
The Broadview Library was completely renovated in 2007 and offers a space to meet, study, work or read. This library also offers public computers and free Wi-Fi.
One of the most popular restaurants in the area is Saltoro Restaurant. This cozy neighborhood restaurant features hearty American and continental cuisine, plus craft cocktails and a full wine and beer list. The diverse menu includes fresh pastas, steaks, seafood, pizzas and salad as well as some of Seattle’s favorite truffle fries and decadent desserts.
Not far from this home is Dunn Gardens. This is a privately owned 7.5-acre property composed of the remaining acreage of the estate of Arthur G. Dunn Sr., who made his fortune in the fish cannery business. Dunn bought the property in 1914 as a summer get-a-way for his family, and contracted the landscaping to the Olmsted Brothers. Upon his death, the property was inherited by his children. His son Edward B. Dunn provided for the care of his share of the estate in his will. A trust was created two years after his death to oversee the entire property. Dunn Gardens were listed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 15, 1994, and are open for special public events and docent-led guided tours April through July, and from September through October.
Just north of the Broadview neighborhood, located in the city of Shoreline is Aurora Square. This shopping center will soon be transformed into Shoreline Place. The goal of this project is to create a shopping and living experiences that meet the needs of the community and reflect the unique characteristics of the area.
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