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Capitol Hill Home of the Week ~ Garden Court

Capitol Hill Home Of The Week is Garden Court

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This week another classic Capitol Hill treasure has hit the market. This time it is presented by my office pal, Leslie Dickinson of Coldwell Banker Bain. She has just listed the cutest one bedroom unit located in the highly sought after Garden Court. Situated at 1631 16th Ave, this building is a private little oasis in the middle of the city.

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One of my favorite things about this building is that it was constructed during a time when people believed in a balance of beauty and open space. The lush courtyard with its beautiful fountain makes you feel as if you are living on a lavish estate. Unit 220 is equally as lovely on the inside as the building is on the outside. The stunning wood trim lining the ceilings and windows has been well cared for and maintained over the years. The kitchen and bath have been updated with modern finishes and stainless steel appliances. High ceilings throughout give the space give it an open feeling and let light permeate throughout the unit.

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As far as the location goes this is perfect for someone looking for something off the beaten path. It’s one block off of the 15th ave, so you get the benefit of having access shops, restaurants and businesses. Two of the areas favorite grocery stores Central Coop and Traders Joes are just few blocks away.

 

What I love about the Garden Court

1. The Grounds~ Impeccable Well Manicured Beauty

2. Walkscore 97~ Ditch The Car, You Are In Walking Distance To Everything You Need.

3. Communal Deck and Patio~ Great For Entertaining Friends Or Relaxing

4. Art Deco Design~ Sexy, Romantic, and Charming

5. HOA~ Well managed And Involved HOA

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This is a rare unit and at $320,000 it won’t last long. If you would like to see this condo or anything else in the Seattle market Go ahead and click my face below and we can set up a time for a showing.

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Listing Photos Credit- Malia Campbell

Time to move Photo Credit Nate Gowdy