My business, as you would expect, takes me from place to place to place. And our current market remains so brisk that my own pace must keep up. In the past week I have been all over, and along the way I collected a few snapshots of some things that caught my eye.
Downtown Bellevue’s burgeoning skyline and my favorite store Nordstrom, as seen from the Vuecrest neighborhood.
Erica’s new sofa, pillow, and blanket combination struck a good vibe.
Is that an aviary atop that Capitol Hill foursquare?
And, a few blocks further along, the Women’s Century Club has left its place of residence after 90 years here at the corner of Harvard and Roy.
On Beacon Hill, Jefferson Skate Park is lively any time of day while the sun keeps shining in February.
It’s instructive, and fun, to review the year past and some of its successes, especially after such a long stretch of recession.
Vuecrest neighborhood, Bellevue. Sweeping views for $2.4 million. Heart-stopping.
West Seattle. Grandma’s house! It might seem modest but this home received five offers over a week-end.
Storybook Tudor in Montlake. I was enchanted by the second floor landing that leads to the backyard and gardens.
Monique Lofts, Capitol Hill. Super cool loft apartment. Eight offers!
Washington Square, Bellevue. Here is the view toward the library from the 10th floor corner unit. This second tower still has developer-owned units for sale, but our purchase was the last of this northeast corner floor plan.
A live/work unit in the Austin Bell, a Seattle landmark building, in the heart of Belltown.
Waterfront in Madison Park. Grandma lived here, too. But check out the kitchen before and after my buyer remade it into fabulous.
1521 2nd Avenue, downtown Seattle. Oh my. I’m still swooning. Isn’t it something?
And a rental:
South Lake Union loft apartment. Newlyweds live here. So sweet.
All signs point to another year of robust residential real estate in Seattle. Let’s make it great!