Wallingford Farmhouse Gone Modern

If I wasn’t so busy skiing last week I definitely would have posted this one sooner. 3932 Bagley Ave N is a 1912 farmhouse with a 3 story modern tower by architect David Coleman.

Priced at $750k it is 2,100 square feet, 3 beds, 2.25 baths.

Redfin field agent Nikki Callahan went to see it and this to say about it:

Home is pushed back from the street providing a secluded, quiet and private home. Lots of windows and an open layout invite abundant light. There are some funky features though – the toilet is in the shower in the master bath, literally in the shower. Small bedrooms. The upstairs bedroom is surrounded by windows and the views are trees and green, quite lovely. Access to the rooftop deck is through the master bedroom and a hatch that is difficult and dangerous to lift. You have to go up a wall ladder to get there and be very strong – signs say to rest the covering on your shoulder and push using your body weight. Newly finished hardwood floors. Yard is mostly in the front and low maintance due to rocks, bamboo and trees – a very zen type space. Unique home in a great area.

I sure don’t see much of the original farmhouse!

Update: Pending!

About Matt Goyer

I love condos, lofts, floating homes, new construction and mid-century moderns so much so that since starting this blog in 2006 I've written over 2,000 blog posts about them!

For years I resisted becoming a real estate agent preferring to be a marketing executive at Redfin but after leaving Redfin (after seven years!) I caved in the spring of 2014 and became a broker. So if you need help finding that "Urbnlivn-style" place or selling your home email me at matt@urbnlivn.com, I'd be happy to help you.

Prior to Urbnlivn and Redfin, I worked at Microsoft after graduating from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Mathematics with a major in computer science.

You can also find me on Twitter, @MattGoyer, or LinkedIn.

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