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Why Buy New, When You Could Buy a Remodel Like This?

By January 10, 2019

Capitol Hill

Why buy a bland new construction Seattle box when you could buy a Kazuyuki Murata designed house that has been so tastefully and thoughtfully updated?

Built in 1978, 313 24th Ave E, is a contemporary home that for the most parts looks and lives like a nearly new home. The home was expanded in 1997 and then restored by Toth Construction in 2014 and 2015 (Toth’s portfolio is amazing).

Starting outside, the sellers spent over $500k on landscaping the lot which is over a quarter of an acre, to create an award winning yard by Scot Eckley. A yard that boasts not just a wood fire pizza oven, but also a contemporary backyard cottage and covered parking for two cars with power for your Tesla. Inside, they did a studs-out remodel of the main floor. The features are too extensive for me to list, so check out the list here. I love the kitchen and the La Cantina doors that open to the front yard, which is pretty private because it sits up really high off the street.

At 2,920 square feet, the home has two bedrooms on the second floor and a master suite on the top floor.

Priced at $2m.

Listed by Dianne Girard  Windermere Real Estate.

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