This beautifully updated home will steal your heart! Born of the Arts and Crafts movement, the home exudes charm, warmth and features the period details and expert craftsmanship of the early 1900s.
Sitting high off the street with no shortage of curb appeal, the home is light and bright. You will love the welcoming feel of the spacious enclosed front porch, perfectly suited for year around enjoyment. Once inside, the main level features lofty ceilings, beautiful fir floors and an abundance of windows. The spacious living room and dining room are perfect for quiet evenings, or entertaining friends. You will love the period details throughout. One of our favorites is the lovely built-in buffet in the dining room. This is the perfect spot for displaying your special occasion dishes and stemware. The built-ins flanking the entrance to the dining room are another place to store and display your treasures. French doors off the living room lead to the main floor bedroom. This room enjoys views to the back yard and dual closets. You and your guests will appreciate the nearby full bath. Remodeled for a timeless look that honors the home’s era, this bathroom will look great for years to come.
You will be particularly enamored with the remodeled kitchen with warm wood cabinets, dark granite counters and eye-catching window to the back yard. Designed by people who love to cook, chefs of all levels will welcome the thoughtful design with gas cooking, stainless appliances and plentiful storage. You will appreciate the easy access to the fully fenced back yard with entertainment–sized patio. Take advantage of the remaining warm evenings and enjoy alfresco dining with friends.
The upper level could be a private primary suite. The main bedroom has gorgeous wood ceilings, beautiful fir trim and innovative storage. Nearby is the 3rd bedroom or home office with lovely territorial views to the south. Also on this level is the spacious, spa-inspired 3/4 bath with exposed beams for added charm and creative storage solutions into the eaves.
What will you do with the 900 sq/ft in the unfinished basement? Use it for storage, hobby space, or maybe finish it off for additional living space. The uses are endless.
This historic gem has been well maintained over the years and features updated plumbing and electrical systems, new roof and new hot water tank. The home’s inspection report, sewer scope and other documents are available on the See Documents link below.
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Check out all the great amenities around this fabulous Sunset Hill home!
The Sunset Hill Community Center is a community-based nonprofit, staffed entirely by local volunteers, that serves the Sunset Hill (west Ballard) neighborhood in Seattle. Their beautiful 1920’s clubhouse is a popular rental venue for weddings and parties. The clubhouse also hosts fun events and classes, for all ages and interests, throughout the year. These may include yoga classes, wine and beer tastings, kids’ movie nights and art camps, Weight Watchers meetings, and much more.
Popular Sunset Hill Park overlooks the Bay below and is alive with sailboats, and you can smell the salt breezes as you gaze far out to the Puget isles and the craggy Olympic skyline.
Located at the water’s edge, critically acclaimed Ray’s Boathouse echoes the sleek lines and crisp corners of a vintage Chris-Craft. One of the most iconic restaurants in Seattle, Ray’s Boathouse elevates fresh Northwest seafood delivering artfully composed plates with precision. In the summertime, enjoy dining and drinks on one of two view decks. Ray’s is a fixture in Northwest cuisine and synonymous with excellence.
Ristorante Picolinos offers authentic regional Italian cuisine, in a warm and casual neighborhood style. Prices are reasonable and great care is taken to carefully select high quality ingredients, wines and spirits which compliment the cuisine. They have their own in-house bakery, wood fire pizza oven, espresso bar, private dining room and garden court yard.
Samara is a wood-fueled bistro with a menu that is inspired by the American Craftsman movement, with its focus on simplicity, originality and natural materials and the new bistronomy of Paris. Samara is a comfortable and intimate gathering space. They offer a menu celebrating local vegetables, sustainable seafood and heritage breed animals prepared in our wood-fueled brick oven and hearth.
The recently popular Sunny Hill cafe offers brunch and dinner including such items as round pies, crispy squares, big salads & a smash burger with waffle fries and Italian classics on rotation.
Check out one of Seattle’s most popular attractions, Golden Gardens Park. This park includes wetlands, beaches, hiking trails, and picnic playground areas and an off-leach area for your furry friends.
The Shilshole Bay Marina is located in Ballard, Washington, and is widely regarded as the premier boating and sailing center of the Pacific Northwest. This marina has 1400 slips serving guest and monthly moorage, a large public plaza, picnic tables and a children’s water fountain. While at the marina, grab a hot dog or hamburger at Little Coney.