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Splendid Split


Mid-century homes made a big comeback a while ago, so it’s only right that this split-level join their ranks. Its appeal is undeniable with an open concept floor plan, vaulted ceilings, and picture windows that frame the gorgeous views.


Other cool features include a stunning slate fireplace and cork floors, upstairs and down.


The kitchen offers all the bells and whistles: slab granite counters, solid oak cabinets, stainless appliances, gas cooking, two sinks!


The grounds and gardens are abloom with plenty of privacy, and a great garden shed.


This is an oasis.

11822 79th Avenue South, Seattle 98178. Built in 1977. 3050 square feet on a lush 8820 square foot lot. Four bedrooms, three baths. Immaculate condition. Two-car attached garage. Garden shed. Splendid views and set on a quiet, private lane in the Bryn Mawr neighborhood of Seattle. Asking price $630,000.

Open Sunday, July 9th, 1-4 p.m.






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Wonderful, Whimsical, Walkable Wallingford


You know when you’re out walking your dog who is obsessed with sniffing so you have lots of time to critique your neighbors’ paint colors, garden design and exterior maintenance habits? You are generous with your ideas and compliments of course, and then, one special property will just stop you in your tracks.

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In Wallingford, this 1908 vintage beauty is one such special property.

Surrounded by spectacular perennial gardens, this home exudes a style and charm a little bit different than expected.


Kitchen and baths are nicely updated.


Four upstairs bedrooms. The master bedroom is light-filled and elegant with large walk-in closet.

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Find antique features around every corner.



Best of all, step outside any door and lush landscape will fill your senses. Live life in this romantic setting!



4215 Ashworth Avenue North. Offered at $1,150,000. Four bedrooms, one and one-half baths. 2320 interior feet on a 5469 square foot lot. Fir floors, scads of original details and terrific living spaces, inside and out. Detached garage. This home has been updated and lovingly maintained by long-time owners. Walk from here to burgeoning restaurant scene on Stone Way and to all of Wallingford’s eclectic neighborhood shops and services. Downtown Seattle is only a short distance for however you commute.


Open this Saturday and Sunday, May 20th and May 21st, 1-4 p.m.

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Concrete and Steel


Downtown living can be sweet in the right location. Chose this one! The Concord condominium rises above a surprisingly quiet and leafy spot in Belltown where not only can you walk to work, but you are also right around the corner from Seattle’s nine acre Olympic Sculpture Park and the waterfront. Really cool.

This one bedroom home has a terrific, well-proportioned floorpan with upgraded finishes throughout.

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Upgrades include solid cherry cabinets and slab granite counters in kitchen and bath as well as stone floors, stainless appliances including gas cooking, and Kahrs hardwood floors.

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Sizable covered deck has Puget Sound and Olympic mountain views and overlooks the courtyard.


The Concord is an elegant concrete and steel high-rise, built in 2000.

Luxury amenities include 24 hour concierge, and exceptional party, gym, and spa facilities.lobby 2  community room 2


Stop by my open house tomorrow, Saturday between noon and 4 p.m. or Sunday noon to 3 p.m. and take it all in!

2929 1st Avenue #415, Seattle, 98121. Offered at $510,000. One bedroom, one full bath. 780 square feet. Garage parking and an additional double-height storage locker. $519 per month homeowners dues include central heat and air-conditioning. The Concord is impeccably maintained and is 95% owner occupied. Any offers will be reviewed Tuesday, April 11th. 

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Tudor Revival


When I first started my real estate practice and throughout the early 1990’s, I sometimes sold homes still owned by the original owners, owners who had lived in one place for forty or fifty years or sixty years. I always thought the buyers of these homes were lucky to get to become part of such a home’s history, that a special worth was conferred. Generational home improvement stories, valuable for their lode of structural information, usually also include local lore and history; the home itself becomes a notable part of the fabric of Seattle along with its chain of ownership.

It is rare to find such long-held homes for sale anymore, especially in our inventory-deprived market. But this week I listed this Tudor Revival-style home in Montlake owned by the same family since the 1940’s. An heirloom!

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Remarkably, almost every original architectural detail is intact: oak floors throughout, upstairs and down, hand-patterend plaster, coved ceilings, arched doorways, doorknobs, light fixtures, leaded glass windows, and Batchelder tile fireplace.

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The rooms are flooded with light and feel magical.

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Imagine the kitchen however you want; the space is terrific, with butler’s pantry and many built-in cupboards.

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Upstairs find two large bedrooms, more built-ins in both. The master bedroom has a sitting room within it.

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Unfinished basement has lots of possibilities and an attached garage.

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Located on a storybook lane of Tudors, this sweet home has had just three families reside in it since it was built, according to Seattle’s Department of Neighborhoods.  Now’s time for a new owner to become part of its history.

1941 East Blaine Street, Montlake, Seattle. Offered at $775,000. Built in 1926. Two bedrooms, one and one-half baths. 2300 interior feet on a 3281 square foot lot. Basement garage with alley access. Live on one of the most desirable blocks in Montlake!

Join me for an open house tomorrow, Sunday, August 14th, from 1 to 4 p.m.


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Walls of Glass in the Downtown Sky


I wouldn’t mind waking up to this.

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Living downtown. Such a sophisticated pleasure. At 5th and Madison the across-the-street neighbor is our iconic Koolhaas public library, with the 5th Avenue Theater down the block.

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Find every amenity in this LEED Gold certified building, including 24 hour concierge, guest accommodations, gym, lounge, dog-walk facility, luxury throughout.

Sophistication meets exceptional utility.

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Just listed! Open tomorrow, Saturday, June 18th and Sunday, June 19th from 1-3 p.m. each day.

909 5th Avenue #1703, Seattle, 98164. Offered at $595,000. One bedroom, one and one-half baths. 979 square feet of lofted living. A sleek home in the sky. Custom designed built-ins and cabinetry. Luxurious baths. Walls of glass overlooking downtown Seattle which always puts on a show!



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On Storybook Lane


This one will make your heart go pitter-pat. Quintessential Tudor resides on a lane of Tudor style homes. Sited above the street, it captures the light and feels magical inside.

Perfect period elements include oak floor upstairs and down, coved ceilings, leaded glass windows, and many charming nooks and crannies.

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The kitchen has been updated and most recently belonged to a celebrated local chef.

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The main bathroom is likewise luxurious with limestone tile and heated floor.



Three upstairs bedrooms include one with its own half bath.

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Plans included for attic expansion master suite.



Step out from second floor landing to deck and backyard.


The grounds offer amazing opportunities for gardens, privacy, and outdoor entertaining.

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1946 East Blaine Street, Montlake, Seattle. Offered at $885,000. Three bedrooms, one and one-half baths. 2290 interior feet on a 7023 square foot lot. Chef’s kitchen. Beautiful finishes throughout. Basement with outdoor access. Stand-up attic ripe for expansion. Off-street parking for at least four vehicles at the back of this street to street lot.

Visit my open house today, Sunday, May 15th 1-4 p.m.

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Required from the Rooftops


One way to get a view in West Seattle is to get up high!

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I’ve been noticing lately that roof top decks have become de rigueur in new construction townhomes throughout Seattle. They provide outside space which is more and more at a premium, and, sometimes, they provide views all around.

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Bright Blue


Thank you for stepping into the new year along with me. I have it on good authority that it is going to be sweet, easy to believe when the brightest, most hopeful day of all actually is bright, with blue skies from dawn to dusk. Magnificent!

2016, you’re looking very fine from here.


The Saint, cool neighborhood taqueria and tequila spot at the foot of Capitol Hill.

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