It’s always a joy to see a Seattle heritage home that has remained relatively untouched throughout the years. After all, with a large portion of our city’s history being replaced with box homes and condos, these homes will soon be a rarity. So let’s head over to Madrona to check out a little gem.
This 1906, 4 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom home is decently sized at 3,300 square feet. It also features outdoor space, sitting on 0.15 acres. Not only that but the home is perched on a double lot at the end of a quiet tree-lined street. Sounds pretty idyllic, doesn’t it?
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Inside you’ll find a classic interior with elements of heritage design, white walls, and plenty of windows. The light and bright interior invite the outdoors in and the large windows provide views of Lake Washington. And because its design is so simple, there are very minimal things that need to be done in order to make it ready for you to move in.
Simply gather your furnishings and add some life to the garden and it’s yours! You can purchase this Madrona home for $1.950 million and see more at Sotheby’s website.
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