Historic, updated loft in bustling Belltown
66 Bell St. #104 is a stylish one-bedroom, one-bathroom loft situated within one of Seattle’s most impressive historic conversions. Located in the buzzing Belltown area, the Belltown Lofts building was originally built in 1908 and operated as a warehouse until it was transformed into a 62-unit condo building in 2000.
Unit #104’s 836-square-foot layout combines the best of old world craftsmanship and modern amenities. True to the era, it features 20-foot ceilings, exposed brick and timber beams. Brazilian Chestnut floors and mahogany railings create a warm, rich vibe throughout, while three oversized, triple pane windows let natural light flow into the space. On the other side of those windows, the entire city—including the new waterfront park—is at your fingertips.
The updated kitchen is bedecked with stainless steel appliances and a functional island offering oodles of extra storage space. Custom CraftnCast concrete countertops give aesthetic respect to the historic building. Just beyond the kitchen, the main living space sits below a soaring roofline. Upstairs, there’s a lofted bedroom that overlooks the first floor, as well as an updated three-fourths bath.
The building’s common rooftop deck boasts sweeping Puget Sound, Olympic Mountain and skyline views. One parking space and extra storage are included with the purchase of this home.
Listed by Melody Paxton • COMPASS | Listed at $610,000