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33 Sales Last Week; West Seattle and Capitol Hill Welcome Your Neighbors!

By July 30, 2012

Seaboard Building, The Sanctuary, Uncategorized

Last week we had 33 condo and townhome sales, and West Seattle and Capitol Hill are taking in the majority of new residents! West Seattle saw 7 sales including one along Alki and in the Admiral District, and Capitol Hill took home 6 of the sales, including a sanctuary unit equipped with an elevator.

1500 4th Ave #704

You might recognize the Seaboard Building, built back in 1910 if you’re a Nordstrom addict, as it used to house the Nordstrom offices, but it has since been revamped to house luxury condo units. This unit also caters to retail junkies, as the master closet could probably fit several shopping sprees; or my bedroom!

This 2 bed 2 bath unit was originally listed for $699,000 back in March and sold for $638,000 last week. The 1,666 sf unit has nice high ceilings, a roomy living room area with a hearth that would be great for entertaining, and has  been recently updated to include modern sleek finishes.

2112 Alki Ave SW Unit A

This lucky West Seattle buyer doesn’t need to scour the Alki strip for an outdoor happy hour spot; they’ve got the whole lower deck with their unit! This 2 bed 1.75 bath unit has a 15×23 sf garden patio looking out over the sound and mountain. Love the cherry flooring and cabinets and slab granite island; $200 HOA dues aren’t half bad either.

1843 16th Ave # 2

Another unit at the Sanctuary sold! Every unit I check out inside this building never ceases to amaze me, and this one, equipped with elevator access between the two floors certainly takes the cake. This 2 bed 2.5 bath unit truly shines with old world charm and modern amenities. I love the exposed brick in the kitchen with the stainless steel hood range, and the huge vaulted ceilings and Greek orthodox columns and awnings are so thoughtfully orchestrated throughout the unit, it’s no wonder this baby went for close to a mil at $984,000.