Welcome to urban living in the heart of the Central District. You will enjoy being minutes to everything we love about city living! Walk to restaurants, bars, parks and easy access to public transportation.
Bright, spacious and impeccably maintained, this is not your typical townhouse. You will appreciate the open living room with tall ceilings, large windows, corner fireplace and sunny east-facing deck. The generous kitchen with wood cabinets and granite counters offers plenty of storage and counter space for all of your kitchen gadgets. The chef in the home will love cooking on the 6 burner gas range. With 700 sq/ft on this level, there is plenty of space for a dedicated dining area. This is a rare luxury that is typically not offered in smaller town homes.
We love the layout of the home, which maximizes the use of space. The upper level features vaulted ceilings and two roomy bedrooms. The primary bedroom enjoys large east facing windows and plenty of closet space. The upper level is serviced by a full bath. For your convenience, laundry is also located on this level.
The lower level bedroom features a sliding door to the fully fenced front yard with garden area, and an attached full bath. This would make a great guest area, private home office or TV room.
Whether you have a car or not, you will love the over-sized one car garage. Sometimes it’s the small things that make a home so much more enjoyable. Having a larger one car garage in an urban setting is one of those small pleasures. There is plenty of room for a car and additional storage.
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Check out the popular neighborhoods around this home.
In the hip Pike/Pine corridor, on the edge of the Capitol Hill neighborhood, indie boutiques and artisan coffee roasters fill converted early-1900s garages and auto dealerships. Trendy eateries serve house-made pasta, tacos al pastor, and gourmet burgers, while a lively nightlife scene includes buzzing gay bars and raucous student hangouts. Cal Anderson Park has tree-lined walking paths and a large sports field. Looking for a great place to eat? Check out one of Steve’s favorite restaurants on Broadway, Olmstead Restaurant, a great place for brunch, lunch, dinner or a drink. On the north end of Capitol Hill, is the ever-popular Volunteer Park and Asian Art Museum.
Rising behind the downtown retail core, First Hill is a diverse jumble of high-rise apartments, historic mansions and hospitals. The Frye Art Museum displays works by 19th- and 20th-century European and American painters. Nearby, Roman Revival Town Hall Seattle is a cultural venue and community hub hosting lectures, author readings and concerts. Casual eateries cluster on Madison Street and near Seattle University.
Madison Valley is a neighborhood in Seattle WA, adjacent to Capitol Hill, Madrona, and Madison Park. Located near the Washington Park Arboretum, Madison Valley has been called “Little France” in recognition of its many outstanding French restaurants. Madison Valley is two miles east of downtown Seattle and one mile west of Lake Washington. Madison Valley is a quiet Seattle neighborhood with a European flavor. The business district is an eclectic mix of sophisticated shops, services, and restaurants. Independently owned businesses attract visitors from afar, and shopkeepers greet customers by name. Close proximity to downtown makes it a desirable place to live. Check out one of Steve’s favorite Mexican restaurants in Madison Valley, Cactus Restaurant.