Seattle Open Houses – Feb 16-17

Happy President’s Day weekend, Seattle! We’ve got 60 open houses happening around town for you this weekend. Check them out!

2345 Boylston Ave E #302

 Seattle Open Houses   Feb 16 17

Open House: Sunday, Feb 17, 1-4:00pm

Just listed on Redfin is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom Eastlake condo with sweeping views of downtown, Lake Union, and the Space Needle. This top floor, single-level unit is equipped with triple-paned windows, a wood fireplace, and two parking spaces. Currently selling for $275,000.

 Seattle Open Houses   Feb 16 17

 Seattle Open Houses   Feb 16 17

106 East Roanoke Street

 Seattle Open Houses   Feb 16 17

Open House: Sunday, Feb 17, 1-4:00pm

Also in the Eastlake neighborhood is a larger option: a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom townhouse. Newly listed in Redfin, this “oversized” home is equipped with large, western-facing windows, vaulted ceilings, a private garden and deck, and fantastic views. Listed for $585,000.

 Seattle Open Houses   Feb 16 17

 Seattle Open Houses   Feb 16 17

1420 Terry Ave #2404

 Seattle Open Houses   Feb 16 17

Open House: Sunday, Feb 17, 1-4:00pm

For those on the market for a high-end condo, The Meridian on First Hill has a spectacular opening. Boasting 3 bedrooms and 2.75 bathrooms, this spacious condo on the 24th floor offers breathtaking panoramic views from nearly every angle. Additional highlights include 2 balconies, a large gourmet kitchen, floor to ceiling windows, and community areas including a spa, sauna, and fitness center. Currently listed for $1,060,000.

 Seattle Open Houses   Feb 16 17

 Seattle Open Houses   Feb 16 17

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  • Brian

    That Eastlake house looks great…except for the kitchen. Who could cook in there? You’d have cooking fumes all over the living room.

  • phil

    I think that is a pop-up, downdraft vent behind the range. That should take care of most of the smells, though that is a problem for all open style kitchens.