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Midcentury Seward Park home with space to entertain

By September 22, 2021

Houses, Seward Park

The pathway that leads from the street to the front door of 5215 S Graham St. looks like it’d be an enjoyable stroll. From the varied, native plantings and pristine landscaping to the patio outfitted with a firepit along the route—it looks like a space built to enjoy. Nestled in its lot, the private and peaceful three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home in Seattle’s Seward Park neighborhood is on the market.

From vaulted ceilings to oversized windows, the midcentury home’s interior reflects that movement’s design aesthetic. Hard surfaces throughout are made from natural wood, slate and classic brick, while light is reflected throughout the home via walls of windows overlooking the backyard. The cozy sitting area and living room are positioned under a sloped roof with exposed beams, and a large brick fireplace with hearth separate the spaces from the kitchen. Classic and timeless, the kitchen has been updated recently—complete with an eat-in bar, stainless steel appliances, gas range and white shaker cabinets.

The main floor primary ensuite is accessible via French doors off the sitting room. The space is bright and roomy with a sliding glass door that opens directly onto a patio—ideal for morning coffee or evening cocktails with friends. Two additional bedrooms, a roomy den with fireplace and a three-quarters bath are located downstairs. From the flexible lower-level family space, a sliding door opens onto a patio and the rest of the well-manicured yard.

Listed by Laura Bethel, Windermere Real Estate Co. and Andy Bethel, Ewing & Clark, Inc. | Listed at $1,250,000