I’m not sure I ever have seen a listed property vacant and unstaged and thought it looked as good as it could. But this house in Columbia City defies my usual opinion. Located in the Columbia City Landmark District and built over one hundred years ago, it is preserved perfectly, all its antique architectural features on vivid, unadorned display.

Ribbon inlaid hardwood floors, period millwork including box beam ceilings, original leaded glass windows and doors, vintage light fixtures. Perfection!

Even the empty bedrooms and bathrooms look right.

Just listed yesterday by Michelle Woo at Windermere. 3839 South Edmunds Street, Seattle, 98118. Asking price $439,950. Built in 1907, what a sweetheart. Four bedrooms, one and one-half baths. 2300 interior feet on a 4950 square foot lot. Walk to neighborhood cafes and the famed Columbia City Farmers market. Living in Columbia City totally gives you street cred. Historic, urban, cool!

Open this Sunday, November 27, 1-4 p.m.

For more info and photos, click here.

These beautiful listing photos were taken by Scott Chytil Photography . I am impressed.

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