“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 Home of the Month From 1957

2200 16th Ave E Living Room Home of the Month From 1957

2200 16th Ave E Kitchen Area Home of the Month From 1957

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  • 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?

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    Agreed!

  • 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.