This fantastic Phinney home has been remodeled with ecclectic flair; African mahogany hardwoods, Ecohaus carpeting, denim insulation, custom built-ins w/ reclaimed stained glass accent doors & American Clay walls. New copper plumbing throughout, tankless H2O heater & rebuilt shop w/ 125 amp panel. Kitchen w/ Viking 6 burner gas range, Fisher Paykel d/w, eat-in space & paperstone countertops. Bath w/ subway tiles & rainshower. Large dining room, Maytag w/d, comp decking & storage galore!
Top Ten Things to Love about this Home:
The Living Room
It’s wonderful. Three sets of discretely controlled lighting, THX-derived, in-wall B&W speakers with in-wall wiring for a subwoofer allow you to focus on your movie, rather than the cable mess on the floor. The built-in cubbies and shelves with separate lighting and electrical allow clean lines to display personal items with no distractions.
There’s plenty of space and the rain-shower head is phenomenal. Also, the tankless water heater can run two major appliances indefinitely, so there’s no waiting for a shower after the dishwasher finishes.
Entertaining much? The kitchen has enough power, space, and countertop area for solo cooking, as well as the inevitable “group” cooking that happens when friends are over. It’s also great for early morning work or breakfast in front of the casement windows.
Sitting in the sunny window with a glass of wine and a good book is a favorite pastime around here.
Easily walkable, whether going to the grocery, to one of the myriad great restaurants, or the great shops. The neighbors are also very friendly.
A five-minute walk away: just close enough for frequent visits, and far enough to avoid the parking overflow. Plus, being a neighbor gets you free tickets to Zoo Tunes!
Wired with plenty of power to handle high-amperage 220-volt equipment, the workshop/outbuilding is fantastic whether you have small to medium projects without messing up the house.
In the summer, there’s nothing better than grilling on the deck. Tons of room allows tons of people. Also, the casement windows into the kitchen allow pass-thru from the kitchen to the deck.
Whether storing that unused drum-set or the fitness equipment that seemed like such a good idea, the attic, which runs the full length of the front room, has tons of storage for it!
Perfectly poised between Fremont, Phinney, and Ballard, you’re no more than 5 minutes away from three of the greatest neighborhoods in Seattle. Even getting into downtown is a piece of cake via car or a quick bus trip.