Manhattan-style loft in historic Belltown conversion
66 Bell St. #306 is a stylish, Manhattan-style loft situated within one of Seattle’s most impressive historic conversions. The Belltown Lofts building, nestled between Pike Place Market and Olympic Sculpture Park, was converted into a 62-unit condo building in 2000. Prior to that, it operated as a warehouse dating all the way back to 1908.
The 889-square-foot lofted home combines the best of old world craftsmanship and modern updates—from 20-foot ceilings and exposed brick to a modern chef’s kitchen with high-end appliances and Poliform cabinets. The functional eat-in kitchen island offers extra cabinet space, plus room to seat up to four. Custom steel flooring and wood beams create a warm-but-industrial vibe throughout, while three giant, triple pane windows let natural light flow into the space. And just outside those windows?Seattle’s skyline is at your finger tips!
Upstairs, there’s a lofted bedroom overlooking the living room below, plus a renovated bathroom with marbled hex tile flooring and a subway tile shower surround. Up one more flight of stairs, and you’ve reached the peak—a stunning, private rooftop deck boasting sweeping Puget Sound, Olympic Mountain and skyline views. One parking space and extra storage are included with the purchase of this home.
Listed by Junior Torres, Windermere RE Greenwood | Listed at $723,000