Split-Level Splendor

House styles, like shoe styles or hair styles, they come and go. For example, it’s hard for us to imagine why anyone would want to lower the ceilings in their vintage Victorian home, but I’ve seen it unfortunately done enough times to understand it was once a fashionable trend. And have you noticed that here in Seattle mid-century rambler homes are desirable – super cool even, once again?

Perhaps split levels can make a come back, too. Last week, I was involved in selling this one in West Seattle. The buyers have definite plans for making it more modern. After initially rejecting it as not appealing, they came back to it because of how practical it is for their family of five, lots of finished space, upstairs and down.

4131 SW Monroe Street, West Seattle. Built in 1974. Four bedrooms, 2.25 baths. 2453 interior feet on a 6359 square foot lot. Updated kitchen and baths. Puget Sound views. Asking price $484,950. For more info and photos, click here.

And if you are a non-believer, check out this split level for sale in Mount Baker. Opened up and bedecked in all white, it feels completely modern, stylish, chic even. Martha Stewart could live here.

3625 37th Avenue South, Mount Baker, Seattle. Built in 1978. Three bedroom, 2.25 baths. 1590 interior feet on a 6120 square foot lot. Dramatic vaulted entry. Oak floors throughout. Large, private backyard. Asking price $489,500. For more info and photos, click here.

 

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