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Best of The Beacon

2810 16th Ave S, #305, Seattle, WA 98144 | $398,000 | 1 bedroom, 1 bath | 682 sq. ft.

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Nestle yourself into the heart of Seattle’s North Beacon Hill with this classic brick beauty! One-of-a-kind, you won’t find another building like this 1930’s charmer in North Beacon Hill. This impeccably maintained, vintage gem shows off a highly desired architectural era in Seattle. Not only that, but this top-floor condo comes with lovely views of Downtown and the Olympic Mountains. And talk about a prime location! Here, you’re literally steps away from the Light Rail Station, grocery shopping at Red Apple, fresh craft brews at Perihelion Brewery, and milkshakes with a side of fried chicken at Milk Drunk (they’re right next door!)... and that’s only the beginning!

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  • $398,000 Price
  • 682 SF
  • 1 BED
  • 1.00 BATHS
  • N/A GARAGE

LOCATION

If you’ve been dreaming about living a car-free (and carefree!) lifestyle, this location makes it all possible. For starters, the Beacon Hill Light Rail Station is less than 400 feet away and can take you from Seatac Airport (the world at your fingertips!) to Greenlake in North Seattle and everywhere in between–soon, even the Eastside will be just a short train ride away! You’ll find everything else you might need easily within reach. Pick up groceries at Hilltop Red Apple right across the street or head to La Esperanza Mercado Y Carniceria for specialized Mexican and Central American fare. One of the major perks of this neighborhood is the fact that you’re surrounded by a huge variety of dining opportunities—North Beacon Hill has truly become a foodie’s paradise and in fact,, we wrote an entire blog post about it. This condo is right next door to Perihelion Brewery and Milk Drunk (both destination restaurants), and places like Fresh Flours, Niko’s Gyros, The Station, Tacos Chukis, Homer, Musang, Oak, and Bar del Corso are all less than 0.3 miles from home. You’re also only a block from local attractions like El Centro De La Raza (where community events are held all year long) and the Beacon Hill Branch of the Seattle Public Library. We seriously cannot rave enough about how excellent this location is!

COMMUTE

Commuting options truly abound with this one. The Beacon Hill Light Rail Station is literally less than 400 feet away, and provides all the benefits of jiffy-quick public transit with none of the nuisance (this section of the light rail is completely underground; out of sight, out of mind!). The light rail already connects you to Seatac, North Seattle, and everywhere in-between. But it gets better! In 2023 the light rail is going to the Eastside, which means you’ll be able to get to Factoria, Bellevue, Redmond, etc. via light rail, too! There are also several useful bus lines in the neighborhood, and right by the Light Rail Station. The #36, #60, and #107 bus lines all pick up. If self-propelled travel is more your thing, good news! Beacon Hill is filled with biking options—check out out our blog post Beacon Hill, A Biker’s Paradise for tons of pro tips on biking through this beautiful neighborhood!

LOW-MAINTENANCE LIVING

This well-run, well-funded building has an HOA that takes care of everything. HOA dues include water, sewer, garbage, and common area maintenance. There’s a great little community here, and things are kept updated and running smoothly. For example, right now, the exterior of the building is getting its tuckpointing redone to keep things in tip-top shape. Additionally, there is a shared storage area in the basement and a shared little patio off of the front communally maintained and cared for by the building residents.

NEIGHBORHOOD UPDATE

In recent years, North Beacon Hill has become a hot and happening neighborhood in part due to its fantastic commuting options, close proximity to Seattle’s Downtown core, and how accessible it is to the Eastside. We have seen many new dining options spring up, and new constructions have kept the community fresh and relevant for savvy city-dwellers. Be on the lookout for some big new developments in the works close by (but not so close as to disrupt your comfort). We just updated one of our blog posts to share some of the biggest developments coming to North Beacon Hill—check it out here!

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STATS & LOCATION

Median Home Price

Commute Times

  • 8mto Amazon Spheres

  • 26mto Amazon Spheres

  • 16mto Microsoft Redmond

  • 61mto Microsoft Redmond

From the Neighbors

Dr. Jose Rizal Bridge has maybe the best view of Downtown Seattle.

Ben P.

Happy at Home Client

I love going for walks in our neighborhood. There’s always other people out walking their dogs, and in the summer many people are out working in their gardens.

Alyssa C.

Happy at Home Client

listing highlights

HOA dues include water, sewer, garbage, common area maintenance
Well-funded building
Storage in basement
Top-floor unit
Views of Downtown Seattle & Olympic Mountains
Heart of North Beacon Hill location
Less than 400 feet to Beacon Hill Light Rail Station
Less than 0.3 miles to grocery shopping, huge variety of dining & more

LOCATION

If you’ve been dreaming about living a car-free (and carefree!) lifestyle, this location makes it totally possible. For starters, the Beacon Hill Light Rail Station is literally less than 400 feet away (more on transit options in a moment!). You’ll also find everything else you might need easily within reach. When you need to run errands, pick up groceries at Hilltop Red Apple right across the street or head to La Esperanza Mercado Y Carniceria for even more delicious options. One of the major perks of this neighborhood is the fact that you’re surrounded by a huge variety of dining opportunities—North Beacon Hill has truly become a foodie’s paradise and in fact, we wrote an entire blog post about it. This condo is right next door to Perihelion Brewery and Milk Drunk (both destination restaurants), and places like Fresh Flours, Niko’s Gyros, The Station, Tacos Chukis, Homer, Musang, Oak, and Bar del Corso are all less than 0.3 miles from home. You’re also only a block away from local attractions like El Centro De La Raza (where community events are held all year long) and the Beacon Hill Branch of the Seattle Public Library. We seriously cannot rave enough about how excellent this location is!

COMMUTE

One of the top benefits of this location is of course the many commuting options you have. The Beacon Hill Light Rail Station is literally less than 400 feet away, but since this section of the light rail is completely underground, you don’t have to worry about any of the noise. Out of sight, out of mind—that is, until you need a car-free and traffic-free way to get to Downtown Seattle or to your flight out of Sea-Tac International Airport. The light rail will whisk you away in a jiffy! Plus, in 2023 the light rail is going to the Eastside, which means you’ll be able to get to Factoria, Bellevue, Redmond, etc. via light rail, too! There are also several bus lines in the neighborhood, and right by the Light Rail Station, the #36, #60, and #107 bus lines all pick up. Beacon Hill is also filled with biking options—check out out blog post Beacon Hill, A Biker’s Paradise for tons of pro tips on biking through this beautiful neighborhood!

LOW-MAINTENANCE LIVING

This well-run, well-funded building has an HOA that takes care of everything. HOA dues include water, sewer, garbage, and common area maintenance. There’s a great little community here, and things are kept updated and running smoothly. For example, right now, the exterior of the building is getting its tuckpointing redone to keep things in 10/10 shape. Additionally, there is a shared storage area in the basement, and there is also a shared little patio off of the front that residents take care of together.

NEIGHBORHOOD UPDATE

In recent years, North Beacon Hill has become a hot and happening neighborhood in part due to its fantastic commuting options, close proximity to Seattle’s Downtown core, and how accessible it is to the Eastside. We have seen many new dining options spring up, and there has also been a ton of new construction (mostly new townhomes and condos) and some big new developments in the works. We just updated one of our blog posts to share some of the biggest developments coming to North Beacon Hill—check it out here!

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