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Renovated midcentury home in Seward Park

By September 19, 2020

Houses, Seward Park

Located centrally in Seattle’s Seward Park neighborhood, this updated midcentury home offers four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and 2,670 square feet.

Built in 1956, the property maintains many of its original design elements—sleek lines and a vaulted ceiling—despite recent renovations. The home’s rustic, cozy aesthetic is exemplified by its warm wood surfaces and its stone statement fireplaces and hearth surrounds.

The property’s most prominent features include sweeping views of Lake Washington, floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed beams and a stylish, modern kitchen. French doors off the dining room lead to an expansive wrap-around deck. With more than 1,000 square feet, the outdoor living space is impeccable, offering covered seating, porch swings and more.

The open main floor living area is bright and inviting–perfect for hosting during the holidays or the Seattle Seahawks season. Movement between the spaces is easy, and highlights include an eat-in bar, wine fridge and a wet bar. The master bedroom is also on the main floor. It enjoys the same incredible water-views and an ensuite with double sinks and built-in storage.

Downstairs, three bedrooms—including a second master with attached bath—share access to an open living space and storage area. Elsewhere around the property, recent updates include a new roof, furnace with A/C and new fixtures.

Listed by James Dainard and Megan Halter, Heaton Dainard, LLC | Listed at $1,299,950