Seattle has some spectacular homes and neighborhoods to match. But what about the neighborhoods where houses are never for sale? For this home of the week, we’re taking things over to Interlaken Boulevard today to take a peek at an exquisite home. And who knows when you’ll see another home for sale on this exclusive street.

Home of the Week: 1648 E Interlaken Blvd

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We have to say it really doesn’t get much better than this. Interlaken Boulevard is known for its dense tree coverage and also as a beautiful spot to walk. And what makes this home so special is the fact that it’s located on a dead end. So that means true tranquility and also a real yard.

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But what makes this home even more special is its 1920’s Spanish revival design. And with that in mind, it’s pretty rare these days to see a well-maintained heritage home. But this home has all those amazing heritage details and more.

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With 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and over 5,000 square feet this home has plenty of space. And we love the extra features of the covered hot tub and also the large deck that overlooks the U District. We can imagine it’s a pretty amazing home year-round but especially in the summer.

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Now, this home will cost you $2.9 million dollars but we think it’s well worth it. After all, you’ll only be the 3rd owner of this home and you’ll get to live on one of Seattle’s coolest and most exclusive streets. Basically what we’re saying is if we had the money, we’d probably buy it.

If you’d like to see more of this home of the week you can click here. And with that, happy house hunting folks!