Built in 2015, this charming Phinney Ridge Craftsman has all the spaces you’ve dreamed of! Light and bright great room concept on the main floor with gorgeous natural light, real oak hardwoods, and access to lovely outdoor spaces. This house was built to entertain—spacious chef’s kitchen featuring quartz countertops, Bertazzoni range, dedicated pantry and a kitchen island with butcher block. Make this classic Seattle Craftsman yours!
Captivating custom-built home with lake views on Mercer Island! Enjoy clean lines and high-end finishes that accent the thoughtful floor plan within this light-filled 2014 modern home designed by sagemodern. The great room welcomes you in with high ceilings and walls of windows that open to a landscaped backyard oasis with spacious walk-off deck and level, fenced yard.
Historic condo in the heart of Pioneer Square! Rich with Seattle history, the Florentine is a former warehouse built in 1909. This home features exposed fir timbers, reclaimed fir floors, gallery walls for the art enthusiast & reclaimed solid interior doors on industrial-grade steel sliders. Impressive details at every turn + the convenience & excitement of Pioneer Square outside your door.
Americans have more equity in their homes than ever. But using that equity toward a down payment on your next home isn’t as simple as you would hope, and can involve significant risk. My aim in this post is to help you learn how to protect yourself by using a home sale contingency (aka “contingent offer”) to buy your next home, or to consider other options that might make sense for you if you’re looking to move.
Tucked away in a quiet, convenient part of North Delridge, this standalone 2-story home is a commuter's dream. Easy access to Rapid Ride C-line & WS Bridge + great walkability. The main floor features comfortable living & dining rooms, gas fireplace, open kitchen with stainless appliances, & slider to the fenced backyard.
I'm thrilled for all of my clients who made moves this year. Some bought their first home; others moved up to homes they may not sell for decades. I helped two friends from grade school make "move-up" purchases with what will soon be their own elementary-school-aged children! Read on for more stories from 2018.