‘Inspired by the aesthetic of a French industrial loft’

From the outside I wouldn’t give 1931 6th Ave W on Queen Anne a second glance but peek inside and it is right up my alley. Concrete floors, wood ceilings, gourmet kitchen, vintage lighting, nice builtins, sliding doors…

Bought in 2010 for $558k it has had $425k invested in it resulting in a list price of $999k. Which certainly seems a little pricey for a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1,355 square foot place, no matter how cool the interior is.

Rosichelli Design did the staging.

1931 6th Ave W Exterior Inspired by the aesthetic of a French industrial loft

1931 6th Ave W Living 2 Inspired by the aesthetic of a French industrial loft

1931 6th Ave W Kitchen Inspired by the aesthetic of a French industrial loft

1931 6th Ave W Living Inspired by the aesthetic of a French industrial loft

1931 6th Ave W Exterior 2 Inspired by the aesthetic of a French industrial loft

About Matt

Matt , Urbnlivn's publisher, has a love for lofts with industrial features and new construction condos that is only eclipsed by his passion for outdoor sports and urban living. Phrases such as “polished concrete” and “exposed brick” are music to his ears. You can also find Matt on Twitter or skiing.

  • Steven Lazen

    Really well done. 737/sf well done, perhaps not. Sometimes you cannot get out all that you put in. We shall see.

  • ninaf

    It’s beautiful but yeah, seems pricy.

  • phil

    Cool interior, but for the money – where’s the 2nd story? There are several nice conversions around that neighborhood.

  • jcamp

    would love to know the architect on the remodel….staging is OK too, but it’s the

    renovation that’s just perfect

  • PBE

    lets not forget to mention that it is on a major bus line; you are going to have loud busses pass your house at all hours of the day and night (i live 2 blocks away, and am awoken at 4AM every morning to the sound of the busses cruising down the street)

  • LOreal7

    The disconnect with the exterior is unforgivable.