This delightful Montlake Craftsman bungalow sold in a mere six days for 5.4% above asking!
Congratulations to our client and the new owners of this beautiful home. Built in 1923, this house is packed with Old World charm along with all the right updates. Gleaming hardwoods, crown moldings and large windows blend with the updated kitchen and specially remodeled basement. The spa-like bath, spacious primary bedroom and additional media room (with wet bar) are just a selection of the wonderful features. The flexible upper level room can be a bedroom, an office or a media room.
The exterior landscaping is a charming, with a back patio and French-opening gates to the carport. The home features lots of storage and off-street parking.
The Montlake Neighborhood
The Montlake neighborhood connects to the University District to the north by the Montlake Cut and borders the Arboretum to the east and Capitol Hill to the west and south. For freeway access, the Montlake Cut has an on-ramp to 520 and a short jog to I-5 or the Eastside. Also, light rail stops at the UW station just beyond the on-ramp.
Before heading out to explore the Arboretum, you might want to stop by the Montlake Bicycle Shop to rent a bike or get yours tuned up. While you’re there, take a look at the bicycling accessories and outdoor clothing. For other outdoor activities, head up to the Seattle Yacht Club and West Montlake Park or any of the nearby playfields.
When you’ve worked up your appetite, check out one of the great local spots, such as Cafe Lago—serving Tuscan Italian cuisine—and the soon-to-open Sea Wolf bakery. And remember to catch the Saint Demetrios Greek Festival, a Seattle tradition since 1960!
If you haven’t been to Montlake for a while, come out and enjoy this vibrant location!