Sep

08

Totally Tudor

Some people are Tudor people. My friend MelBelle says she has never bonded with her drop-dead gorgeous home of twenty years because she gave her heart away to a brick Tudor she used to own. She still hasn’t recovered from the loss… So if you are a Tudor person, here is one that might capture […]

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Aug

18

Pastoral and Pretty on Capitol Hill

Where I live on Capitol Hill, it’s constantly humming. It’s even more than a little kooky at times. But elsewhere on the hill, people live a more quiet existence. Over on 20th Avenue East, for example, this freshly listed 1920’s home feels like a world away. Surrounded by shrubbery cultivated over decades, both on the […]

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Aug

04

Space Ship Crashed Into Cal Anderson Park

What a fright! As seen yesterday, in Cal Anderson Park. Freaky.

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Aug

03

Seattle Night Out

Here’s how it looked in my Capitol Hill neighborhood. Lots of people having fun. Dancing. Painting. Eating hot dogs. Drinking beverages in paper bags. Very groovy.

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Jul

23

Capitol Hill Block Party

An extravaganza of surprising proportions! Sold out tonight and tomorrow night, too, so the revelers have oozed into all the surrounding blocks and expanded the party. As seen a little earlier on 11th Avenue and East Pine Street, in front of the Oddfellows Cafe and Bar.

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Jul

22

On Foot For Thursday Tour

I was already on foot this morning, walking for coffee with Olive the dog and then on to my office. Once there, I pulled up the Thursday broker’s open tour and realized that I would just keep walking to five of the properties I wanted to preview. This was conducted in about the same amount […]

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Jul

15

Thursday Brokers Open House Tour

While the temperature was on its way to a perfect 82 degrees today, I got out and did some touring. I saw several new listings in the $450,000 to $600,000 price range on Capitol Hill and in the Central Area, as well as a Washington Park waterfront home that is listed for nearly $8 million. […]

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Jun

08

In My Neighborhood

Following the blogs and Twitter like I now do, I saw that an Oil Spill Vigil was to be taking place tonight at Cal Anderson Park here on Capitol Hill where it would then proceed to Pine and Broadway. Olive and I set out walking only to find that, sadly, this event did now draw much […]

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