Seward Park Home Sold

Midcentury Home in Seward Park, Seattle

Russell Jones Real Estate would like to congratulate our clients and the seller of this beautiful home in the Seward Park neighborhood of Seattle. Built in 1948, this home has more than 2,300 square feet of living space, including a daylight basement. The home features oak hardwoods, a fireplace, and quartz counters in the kitchen. The kitchen also features stainless steel appliances and a bar for sitting.

The open floor plan of this Mid-Century Modern home is wonderful for entertainment. The upper deck offers a slight view of Lake Washington. It is also great for company, whether you are grilling, chilling, or admiring the Blue Angels flying overhead.

The lower level has a separate entrance and a kitchen for a potential mother-in-law unit. Also, the upper unit has an extra room perfect for telecommuting.

Seward Park is located to the east of Columbia City and Hillman City and is part of the Rainier Valley. The Seward Park neighborhood is famous, of course, for the 300-acre Seward Park on Bailey Peninsula. Sticking out into Lake Washington, Bailey Peninsula is known in Lushootseed as squbaqst. In addition, Seward Park has an off-lease dog park, a play field, and the Mount Baker Rowing and Sailing Center.

Nearby attractions include Kubota Garden, Brighton Playfield, and the commercial district of Columbia City.

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