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.
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.
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.
For more info and photos, click here.
It is known in my profession that as soon as you write an offer on a property that has been languishing on the market, there is a good chance someone else will all also write an offer on that property. To compete with yours. It’s an energy thing. And it’s annoying.
After six months of market time, this Wallingford listing sold today to another buyer, not my own, who apparently didn’t mind paying asking price.
The belle of the ball yesterday on our Monday morning tour was this Wallingford Craftsman. Everyone said so. And you can see why the moment you step onto its pretty and perfect porch. All the 1920 Craftsmen details are exquisite.
Once inside, you are bowled over by the ingenious blend of old style with new and lavish surfaces and fixtures.
The kitchen and baths are particularly pleasing to the modern aesthetic.
The owners raised the roof in order to accommodate a master suite that comprises the entire second floor and includes a charming deck with downtown skyline views
Even the lower level is a testament to the beauty of details and can be a living suite unto itself with two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a luxurious lounging or media room.Just listed yesterday, this beauty unsurprisingly already has an offer on it. If you hurry, though, you can have a look at it before it leaves the market; open tomorrow, Wednesday, September 22 from 12-2 p.m. It might be your only chance!
4018 2nd Ave NE, Seattle 98105. Five bedrooms, three baths, 2910 interior square feet on a 4000 square foot lot. Offstreet parking for three cars. Asking price $839,000. For more info and photos, click here and see every elegant element. Glorious!
When you live in the middle of a city, it’s an anomaly to look out the windows of your home and see only trees, landscape, cityscape, and sky.
At this new listing in Wallingford you have a sense of privacy that can be illusive in a dense neighborhood such as this one. But when you look out the windows of this particular 1924 Bungalow, all you will see see is greenery.
Unless, while brushing your teeth perhaps, you are looking out your upstairs bathroom window. In which case, the territorial view out over the treetops and the rooftops is splendid. Also, the master bedroom has downtown views that you’ll really want to check out for yourself.
The interior spaces are lovely, too. And filled with light.
This is special.
3819 Woodlawn Ave N, Seattle 98103-8250. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms. 2630 square foot interior on a 3420 square foot lot. Asking price $649,000. Open Sunday 1-4 p.m. For more info and additional photos, click here.