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Lake Union view condo is like an industrial treehouse

By February 13, 2020

Condos, Queen Anne, The Block

1707 Dexter Ave N Unit C combines industrial and natural finishes into a bright, unique home. With its hillside setting, lofted floorplan, plentiful exposed timber, multiple decks, and big view, it presents as a kind of treehouse—if your treehouse had three bedrooms and an en-suite bath for each of them.

The second story serves as the main level, with a large private suite tucked in below and two bedrooms lofted above. The centerpiece is a two-story wall of east-facing windows, and nothing’s in the way of the Lake Union view. The ceiling drops to make room for the loft above the kitchen, bringing warm, exposed-wood beams into the design.

Two decks are made for experiencing that view from the outside. One stretches the entire length of the home off the lower-level suite. The other is a classic roof deck that, unencumbered by walls, has 180-degree views of the lake and downtown Seattle.

Listed by Trish Englund, Windermere Real Estate | Priced at $1.65 million

Sarah is a contributing writer to Urban Living. She can’t sell you a house, but she’ll talk about them for as long as anybody will listen.

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