Historic Belltown loft near the waterfront
In the bustling Belltown neighborhood near downtown, 81 Vine St. Unit 304/5 is situated in one of the city’s most impressive historic conversions. Built in 1914 and used as a printing factory, Unit 304/5 is a masterfully preserved one-bedroom, one-bathroom loft. For more than a century, Belltown has grown and evolved around 81 Vine St. and this property encompasses the best of Seattle past and present.
The 1,269-square-foot home is a blend of historic architecture and modern amenities. True to the era, it features soaring old-grown timber beam ceilings and exposed brick walls with beautiful casement windows. Simultaneously, a renovation that combined two separate units has resulted in a light-filled, open-concept living room, dining room and kitchen—something that appeals to homebuyers today.
The kitchen is equipped with custom cabinets, concrete counters and a Wolf gas range. Pull a chilled bottle from the wine cooler at the end of the day or while entertaining, and enjoy it at the eat-in kitchen island. The primary bedroom is located through French doors off the living room. It offers ample storage with custom cabinets, built-in shelves, multiple closets and overhead storage.
A flex-use loft above the kitchen could be set up as an office or secondary bedroom. Unit 304/5 comes with parking for one car in a secure garage, plus additional storage space. Located just blocks from Myrtle Edwards Park, the Space Needle and downtown, 81 Vine St. has a Walk Score of 98 and provides easy access to some of the city’s most notable destinations.
Listed by Shannon Campbell, COMPASS | Listed at $935,000