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Historic Officer’s Row residence at Discovery Park’s Fort Lawton

By September 4, 2022

Houses, Magnolia

One of five homes at Discovery Park’s Fort Lawton, 4004 Montana Cir. W was built in 1935 and housed U.S. Army senior military officers until 1973. The history-filled Colonial Revival home offers three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms and unbeatable access to one of Seattle’s most treasured green spaces. Situated alongside the trees and bluffs at the 534-acre park, the home was thoughtfully renovated in 2017 without sacrificing its historic character.

Beyond the entryway, the home opens into a bright and airy living room. A fireplace is situated in the interior-most corner of the room, while French doors lead into a window-lined formal dining room. The kitchen boasts two-tone, contrasting cabinets, stainless appliances, a walk-in pantry and an eat-in island with room to seat four. Off the kitchen, the back porch is great for increasing airflow while cooking and loading groceries into the home from the parking area.

In this 1,994-square-foot home, all three bedrooms and a renovated full bathroom are located upstairs. On the lowest level—accessible via the kitchen—there’s a large, flexible rec room or family space complete with a full bath and washer/dryer. From the lower floor, you can also access the one-car garage. Common areas for Officer’s Row residents include a community veggie garden, gazebo with fire pit and two playgrounds.

Listed by Edward Krigsman and Mary Mansour, Windermere Real Estate Co. | Listed at #1,750,000