Beacon Hill midcentury soaks in Sound and downtown views
Nothing can get in the way of the views from 3507 Hanh Place S. It overlooks the western edge of Beacon Hill. With iconic hillside build of many a Pacific Northwest midcentury, both the main level and the basement get skyscraper-sized views.
The home has been updated, but not at the expense of character. Bright landscaping adds a California vibe at the street level. Inside, the floorplan is relatively untouched—a partitioned entryway opens up to an open living and dining area lined by a full wall of windows with an uninterrupted industrial and water view. Past an updated galley kitchen with recycled stone counters, an outdoor dining patio connects to a wraparound porch.
It’s easy enough for this house to be one home or two. If the upper level is a separate residence, it has two bedrooms and two connected bathrooms—including a powder room with bold maroon finishes.
Below, a rec room has been adapted into a great room with an open kitchenette, but maintains the original minimalist fireplace and basically the same views as above. There’s a large, full bath and office space down here, plus a workshop and utility room. Turning it into a separate residence could be as easy as adding an extra door or two.
Even the backyard, perched above a , tree-lined slope, has the same big views. With a third-acre of land, there are plenty of vantage points, too.
Listed by Klaus Gosma, Urbnlivn | Priced at $1.18 million