Industrial cottage in Capitol Hill co-op
The Chesterfield Co-op at 1810 E. Republican St. is steps away from Capitol Hill’s coveted 19th Avenue E corridor. As the resident of the building’s Unit B, a one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo, you’d be seconds from local favorites like Monsoon, Fuel Coffee and Cone & Steiner. At 680 square feet, the meticulously designed home features fir floors, natural wood beams, updated windows and thoughtful, functional spaces throughout.
Just off the entryway is the home’s bathroom, featuring updated fixtures and a subway tile tub surround. Further inside, past a set of storage cabinets and an architectural beam, you’re in the heart of the home. The open-concept living room, dining room and kitchen are warm and inviting, with both industrial and cottage-y touches. The walls are covered in soft shades of plaster and pipework is visible. The home also offers newer, bright white kitchen cabinets, butchers block countertops and a gas range, as well as designer tile work and fixtures. The mix of elements creates a cozy space that feels cared for and lived in.
Off the living room, a sliding door opens into the home’s urban bedroom space. A double-window in the keeps the room bright, and opposite of that, one entire wall is covered by closet space. An additional storage space off the kitchen completes the home.
Listed by Rosemary Pham, Keller Williams Seattle Metro | Listed at $375,000