Artsy Work/Live Loft in Downtown Seattle

Mother, may I?

1,483 square feet of awesome space with a whole lot of juxtaposition–dark hardwood floors mirror light timber ceilings, exposed brick walls meet white walls, white tile contrasts dark tile.

Other cool features include a walk-in closet and chef’s kitchen. Additional perks: it’s zoned as a work/live space and includes assigned parking.

Located at 210 3rd Ave S Unit 2 D, you can view this 1 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom at an upcoming open house on Sunday, March 16 from 1:00-4:00pm.

It last sold in September 2013 for $459k. It’s currently listed at $589,900.

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About Kenzie Rosengreen

Kenzie Rosengreen received her B.A. in communications with an emphasis in Journalism from Santa Clara University, where she developed her love for writing. Her favorite past time is traveling and crashing in unique accommodations like vintage sailboats & geodesic domes. Her dream home is a tree house with shabby chic interior and white wood flooring, but she'd settle for a houseboat on Lake Union.

Contact Matt / 206-618-1600

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  • Khaleelah Jones

    What a beautiful property- I love the stainless steel appliances and hardwood floor, but the best thing is that it is zoned as work/live, which, with a chef’s kitchen, would be perfect for a baker or chef (which I wish I was!).

  • scott

    the area in which the building is located. need a lot of growing up to do before this place will sell of the listing price. you are right across the street (the entry door) from a shelter with a lot of colorful people to say the least. this place with the updates is worth a max of 430. period.

  • guest

    went today. the windows look out onto the train tracks. and yes its loud when the train rolls through. not good!

  • Randall

    The finishes in this place were fantastic. I love the writable window walls, the open, bright feeling and most definitely the master suite and chef’s kitchen. The remodel really maximizes the space and takes advantage of the Live/Work combo. Pricing is very accurate for the area and square footage. This is urban living at its finest. Yes, trains are there, but how beautiful they are. The UGM across the street services a particular population and does a phenomenal job at it. Yes, the audience is “colorful” (not sure what that means?), but minds there business and doesn’t really affect anyone. All-in-all, Pioneer Square is going through a rebirth and this is the place to be in upcoming years. Prices are only going up and pretty soon will not be that affordable, let alone there’s not much real estate anyways. Just some thoughts from a passionate Seattle-lite/design build junky.