Historic studio loft at downtown’s Fix/Madore building
Situated between Seattle’s waterfront and Pike Place Market, 1507 Western Ave. #102 is a studio loft in the converted Fix/Madore building. With 703 square feet of historic charm, the timeless home features soaring ceilings, old growth wood beams, Palladian windows and vintage exposed brick.
The Fix/Madore is made of two buildings on Western Avenue north of the Pike Street Hillclimb. Unit #102 is in the Fix, a red-brick, century-old former furniture factory. Reimagined as several dozen private condos during the 1970s, #102 has been well-maintained—and thoughtfully updated—since.
Past the bathroom and walk-in closet, the space opens up into the heart of the home. The living room, dining room and kitchen are airy and versatile, with plenty of room to entertain. High-gloss cement floors are underfoot throughout the home, while bright, natural light filters in through two oversized windows. Along one edge of the living room, a bank of closets provides ample additional storage. The updated kitchen features stainless steel appliances, light wood cabinets and a black and red tile backsplash.
Alongside the kitchen, a custom wood and metal staircase leads to the upstairs sleeping loft.
Listed by Lisa Milkovich, John L. Scott, Inc. | Listed at $570,000