Admit it. It’s impossible not to be persuaded by an old house when this enchanting blend of old and new exists in the world. Especially true when this particular world is urban neighborhood Seattle.
This sweet old farmhouse, circa 1908, has been transformed on the inside with open concept living and cooks kitchen, while it also finds itself sited on a surprisingly private and grassy lot.
Upstairs landing is romantic with french doors to the outside.
No basement? Backyard shed can accommodate storage or work shop space; laundry is conveniently adjacent to the kitchen on the main floor. This home flows.
5520 28th Avenue NE, Bryant neighborhood, Seattle. Offered at $499,000. Built in 1908. Two bedrooms, one full bath. 1100 interior feet on a 5000 square foot lot. Oak, cork, and fir floors. Many original details preserved. Private yard. Walk just a couple of blocks to U Village, the University of Washington campus, and many neighborhood cafes and shops. You will be charmed by every aspect.
Open this Saturday, February 14th, 1-4 p.m., and Sunday, February 15th, 2-4 p.m.
Listed by Kerri Adams, Gerrard Beattie and Knapp LLC.