Magnolia Open House Tuesday Near The Village

Beautiful Magnolia Home for Sale

Open House Tuesday November 13,2012


Magnolia Open House Tuesday Near The Village

***Update*** Thank you for all your interest in this home.  It has now moved to “Pending Status”

Come join me Tuesday afternoon November 13th Noon-4:00  for an open house. The weather may not cooperate, but you can come back in the daylight and see the view from the front lawn in better weather if your can’t see the often sunny view from the graciously sized living room and the master bedroom of this wonderful home. From the street, one doesn’t appreciate the scale of rooms in this surprising home.

View  from Magonolia House for Sale

From the Magnolia Home for Sale

So it’s a house in Magnolia (sometimes that’s enough on it’s own) but it has the best of the new and the old. It boasts beautiful iron railings, original entryway terracotta tile, a floor plan that makes sense for different lifestyles, formal dining room,  sunken living room, tall ceilings, picture moulding and along with some tasteful updates. When you throw in the level back yard and street level garage, what’s not to like?

Views From Magnolia House

Beautiful Light and Views from the Corner Window


Classic Detials in Magnolia Home for Slae

Classic Lines of Iron Railings Grace the Living Room

Live in contemporary plugged-in Seattle with a nod to the past: and a hop, skip, and a jump to Magnolia Village and Ella Bailey Park. Downtown and Belltown as well as the nightlife of Ballard and Queen Anne are really just minutes away. This is what one thinks of when they speak of  walkable neighborhoods.

Magnolia Back Yard Seattle WA

Level Backyard With So Many Possibilities

Magnolia is the largest neighborhood in Seattle, and somehow it seems a  couple of beats behind the times, but in a good way. It’s home to some of the most incredible parks and vistas in the city of Seattle.  Come find out why some call Magnolia the “Mayberry” of Seattle. I’m happy to help you acquire this home. You’ll know your neighbors and like the slower pace of the neighborhod.  Opie will like the schools, but finding your own Aunt Bee, well good luck,  you’re on your own with that one.