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A South-Facing Leschi Contemporary

By April 20, 2018


I got a private tour from the seller of 422 34th Ave S, a 1979 contemporary in Leschi, and it really is something special.

What makes it special, and rare for Leschi, is that it has amazing southern exposure, when most Leschi homes are primarily east facing (which means little light later in the day.) It also backs onto a 15-acre greenbelt and sits at the end of an extremely quiet road, making it a refuge just minutes drive from downtown, and blocks from Leschi restaurants like Meet the Moon.

Priced at $1.75m it is 3,150 square feet with four bedrooms and 3.25 bathrooms on a 6,218 square foot lot, though the lot feels much larger due to the road feeling like a private drive and the 15-acre greenbelt.

The home is setup so you could have a master on the lower bedroom level (good for when your family is younger), or there is a room on the top floor that could be an-open concept master with deck and hot tub (or you could enclose it) (good for your family is older).

The owners have taken great care of the home though you’d likely consider updating the bathrooms as time and budget allowed.

Listed by Theresa Truex & Peter Truex – Windermere Real Estate Midtown.

I’m the founder and managing broker of Urban Living. I love lofts, floating homes, new construction and mid-century moderns but will help you buy or sell just about anything.

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