4009 20th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106
Jacob Pickett has closed this charming Mid-Century home in Pigeon Point! Offered exclusively by Jacob, this two-story house was snapped up after only 5 days on the market.
The layout of the home includes 3 bedrooms and 1.75 bathrooms. Built in 1967, the house has 1,760 square feet of living space that includes a living room, a large dining room, and a downstairs family room.
Many upgrades have been made, such as to the electrical system, a 50-year composition room, new vinyl windows, and a zoned heat pump HVAC.
The house is on 7,500 square feet of land. In the front is a picket fence with a trellis entry. The backyard has a large lawn and a deck that is wonderful for lounging and entertaining.
Pigeon Point Neighborhood
The Pigeon Point neighborhood is a unique enclave within greater West Seattle. It is named for the pigeons that once gathered to eat grain from the many flour mills in the area.
Although the area may be overlooked by many Seattleites, it is filled with many notable treasures such as:
- Puget Park – a part of the West Duwamish Greenbelt, Puget Park is home to eagles and other wildlife;
- Seattle Chinese Garden – 4.6 acres of classical Chinese architecture and garden features, an excellent place to learn about many Chinese cultural practices;
- West Seattle Golf Course – 18 holes of golf, as well as various banquet and conferencing facilities; and
- Dragonfly Garden and Pavilion – a dragonfly sculpture by Lorna Jordan that leads the way to the Longfellow Creek Watershed.
For walking and sports, the area has many trails to explore and playfields to visit. The great location means that Alki Beach and the West Seattle junctions are just a short distance away! In addition, Pigeon Point has excellent access to downtown, 99, and I-5.
If you are thinking of buying or selling real estate in the Puget Sound area, call Jacob at (206) 459-7048 or email him at [email protected]. He enjoys talking with people about real estate and is happy to give a no-pressure consultation for people interested in learning more about homebuying.
Source: “Delridge Neighborhood Plan“, Delridge Planning Committee, 1999, p 2