“Home of the Month” From 1957

Here’s another mid-century modern that feels like it too is right in the middle of the Arboretum.

2200 16th Ave E looks promising (it was home of the month in 1957 after all!) but looks like it needs a lot of work. 2,300 square feet, 3 beds, 1.75 bath on a 10,000 square foot lot.

Hard to get a sense of the floorplan though…

2200 16th Ave E - Exterior

2200 16th Ave E - Living Room

2200 16th Ave E - Kitchen Area

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For years Matt resisted becoming a real estate agent preferring to be an executive at Redfin but he recently caved in the spring of 2014 and became an agent. If you're interested in working with Matt, drop him a line at matt@urbnlivn.com. You can also find Matt on Twitter or skiing.

  • Steven Lazen

    Why don’t Seattle real estate agents include plans?
    It is a pre-requisite in New York and a huge help for potential buyers.
    What gives agents?

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  • Elisa

    We don’t often have access to plans to older homes when listing, but I totally agree it would be a huge help. Here in Seattle, only new construction have plans readily available.

  • Steven Lazen

    That is my point. If plans help prospective buyers (and therefore real estate agents) why don’t agents just have someone draw up plans like they would hire a photographer or a stager. I am sure some architecture students would love to provide that service at a reasonable rate for an agent.