Modern, three-bedroom home in Madison Valley
Built by the owner of Seattle’s Ainslie-Davis Construction as a personal residence in 2009, 1612 29th Ave. is on the market for the first time. Across its 2,210 square feet, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is defined by its modern design, luxury finishes and natural light. Located near the convergence of Madison Valley, Madrona and the Central District, the property enjoys quick access to downtown and Lake Washington.
Inside, the breathtaking main floor features Venetian plaster walls and floor-to-ceiling windows. Mixed materials create visual complexity and interest, from wood and concrete to metal, glass and beyond. The open-concept living room and kitchen provide unobstructed sight lines across the main floor. A nifty barn-style door provides access to the dining nook and serves to conceal the pantry. The kitchen boasts a PentalQuartz island with room to seat three, as well as a classic Viking range and easy to clean metal countertops.
Upstairs, two bedrooms share a full bathroom with washer/dryer. A suspended IPE catwalk overlooking the main floor below leads to the primary suite. The light-filled master space includes a walk-in closet and a spa-like bathroom. Flexible outdoor living spaces wrap around the outside of the home, including heated dining and patio spaces, terraced gardens and a private deck off the living room.
Listed by Bruce Ainslie, Windermere Real Estate/FN | Listed at $1,995,000