Queen Anne midcentury home with wrap around water and mountain view deck
4302 12th Ave. W is a four-bedroom midcentury modern daylight rambler atop Seattle’s Queen Anne hill. Build in 1957, the property offers sweeping water and mountain views from sunrise to sunset, two floors of functional living space, and a central location in one of the city’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
Inside the 2,740-square-foot home, you’ll enjoy the open floorplan and the sun-soaked living room, dining room and kitchen. Newly refinished hardwoods sparkle underfoot, while oversized windows bring the outdoors in. On the main floor, sliders lead onto a south-facing elevated deck featuring 180-degree views of Elliott Bay, Alki Point, the Olympic Mountains and the Puget Sound. All that, and the home’s original vision—a coveted style at present—remain intact. Original wood-wrapped windows, a stone fireplace and hearth and the home’s unique natural wood built-ins are all in pristine condition.
Downstairs there’s an expansive family or rec room—ready to serve as a gathering space, an office, workout room, music studio or anything else you can imagine. You’ll find two of the homes bedrooms and a bathroom on the lower level, too.
Listed by Ryan Mansour and Gus Mansour, John L. Scott, Inc. | Listed at $1,499,950