Looking for beautiful low maintenance and a high walk score? This Madison Valley townhouse, located just one block south of Madison in the very center of Seattle, is set to fulfill your wish list.
Perched on a petite lot with easterly views, step out to everything interesting going on in Seattle.
104 24th Avenue East #B. Offered at $485,000. Zero lot line home. Three bedrooms, three baths. 1515 interior feet. 1391 square foot lot. Tiled kitchen and baths. Master suite, guest suite. Light-filled spaces and terrific territorial views. Fenced patio offers private outdoor space. Large, one-car garage, plus an additional off-street parking space. Smart and spotless.
Visit me tomorrow, Thursday, April 10th, 11-1 p.m. for an open house. Serving Rachel’s ginger beer and clever conversation. Also open Sunday, April 13th, 1-4 p.m.
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After price, photos are the most effective marketing tool when selling residential real estate. Photos matter! In the internet age, a photo must be worth way more than a thousand words.
Poor photos physically pain me.
I cringe when I see listing photos obviously taken with someone’s smartphone camera. Oof. Actually, I cringe whenever listing photos aren’t professional. What a poor *ahem* reflection on the property, on the realtor, on the entire real estate industry.
Professional photos are simply a must in any proper marketing campaign. Amen.
I’ll climb off my pulpit now.
My favorite photographer, Jason Mercio, is pictured here, doing his beautiful thing.
Tomorrow I am bringing a sweet townhouse in Madison Valley on the market. Stay tuned for more info. And photos!
Would you believe, flowers are starting to bloom around here? In January? I saw them today with my own two eyes while walking home from the office. How welcome is that?
So here we go, flying high towards our always robust, ever welcome, spring market. At GBK this week we celebrated (with pastry and deviled eggs) a record breaking 2013 and reported four more 2014 sales, including this town home in Madison Valley, listed for $479,000 and sold with four offers for well over asking price.
I was interested to hear this especially because I may list one like it nearby a little later in the season. My seller has just been waiting for prices to come back up to where they once were. We seem to have arrived at that place.
Meanwhile, I have been working on a sale in a condo building that features this spectacular view from its rooftop deck. It is a pleasure to visit the building often while doing so.
2014, looking good. Let’s plan to soar!