Beautiful Belltown loft with exposed brick and sky-high ceilings
66 Bell St. #210 is located in Seattle’s bustling Belltown neighborhood—tucked into one of the city’s most noteworthy historic loft conversions. The Belltown Lofts building was originally built in 1908 and functioned as a warehouse until it was converted into a 62-unit condo building in 2000. In addition to lovely, character-filled homes, residents of the Belltown Lofts benefit from quick and easy access to some of the city’s best attractions—Pike Place Market, Seattle Center, Climate Pledge Arena and Olympic Sculpture Park along the Seattle waterfront.
Unit #210’s 742-square-foot layout combines the best of old world craftsmanship and modern updates. True to the era, the one-bedroom, one-bathroom home features 15-foot ceilings, exposed brick and timber beams. Sleek hardwood floors add character, while an oversized window provides ample natural light. Just beyond the window, Seattle is at your fingertips.
The fully updated kitchen is outfitted with professional-grade appliances, including a 30-inch duel-fuel range and wine cooler. Modern, two-toned kitchen cabinetry lines an entire wall, topped by marbled counters. The upper-level lofted bedroom boasts a walk-in closet with custom built-ins and lighting. Elsewhere, the renovated three-quarters bathroom features eye-catching black hex tiles and white tile shower surround.
Listed by Junior Torres, Windermere RE Greenwood | Listed at $749,000