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Madison Valley Vantage Point

1710 27th Ave, Unit B, Seattle, WA 98122 | $1,075,000 | 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath | 1,830 sq. ft.

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Comfortable city convenience is all yours with this 2016-built Madison Valley townhouse that’s already been refreshed! With this bright beauty, you really can have it all—embrace a low-maintenance lifestyle without sacrificing a thing. Perched high above the alley for extra privacy, this townhouse magically feels like you’re multiple stories up when you’re relaxing on the main floor. Shimmering floor-to-ceiling windows afford big views that offer a captivating backdrop whether you’re simply relaxing or hosting your next soirée in style!

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  • $1,075,000 Price
  • 1,830 SF
  • 3 BED
  • 2.5 BATHS
  • N/A GARAGE

LOCATION

Grocery stores, award-winning restaurants, a large variety of shopping, bars, cafes, parks, and more are all no more than half a mile away! For starters, top Madison Valley attractions are only half a mile away, including places like The Harvest Vine, Bar Cantinetta, Cafe Flora, Nishino, Belle Epicurean, Refind, and many other popular restaurants and boutiques. Check out our very favorite places in Madison Valley here! Head in the other direction for just half a mile and you’ll find yourself at the epicenter of 23rd & Union in the Central District. Here you’ll find a hub of things to do and see! PCC Community Markets, COMMUNION Restaurant & Bar, Tacos Chukis, Adey Abeba Ethiopian Restaurant, Lowrider Cookie Company, Union Coffee, Uncle Ike’s, and so much more—including the brand new Midtown Square development—are all right here. You’re also less than 1 mile to even more grocery shopping along E Madison Street including Safeway, Trader Joe’s, and Central Co-op.

COMMUTE

Whether you need to get to Downtown Seattle, South Lake Union, or anywhere on the Eastside, this Madison Valley locale puts you in a prime spot for easily accessing any of these popular commuter destinations. If you need to get to Downtown Seattle, the #2 bus picks up 0.2 miles away, or you could hop on the #11 bus that’s about 0.4 miles away. To reach SLU, the #8 picks up just a couple blocks from home. It’s really that easy! This is also a great location for those who need to get to the Eastside—you’re pretty much equidistant from accessing the 520 Bridge or the I-90 Bridge. And, in the future, you can take the #8 bus to the Judkins Park Station and hop on the Light Rail over to the Eastside.

TOWNHOUSE PERFECTION

Seattle has seen a TON of new construction townhouses in recent years, and let’s face it: Finding a townhouse that “checks all the boxes” can be a bit of a challenge. Well, this Madison Valley townhouse has us impressed and in a moment you’ll see exactly why. First off, this end-unit offers privacy. Because of its unique positioning high up above the alley (which includes your reserved parking spot, btw!), when you’re relaxing on the main level and gazing out the gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows you feel like you’re 3-4 stories up. On that note, this townhouse gets great natural light—just look at those 2-story windows! Many people don’t realize how important natural light is until they live somewhere without it. The same can be said for air conditioning—the whole townhouse has A/C, which has become important as Seattle summers get hotter! Plus, this townhome’s layout is also ideal; it’s general floor plan is spacious and wide, and it’s not hard to see how you’re going to arrange each space. A huge rooftop deck shows off views of the surrounding neighborhood, and there’s room for container gardening and some epic parties up here!

OUTDOOR LIVING IN THE CITY

When you don’t feel like leaving home, you have a fabulous rooftop deck all to yourself. Create the outdoor oasis you’ve been dreaming about this summer complete with all of your favorite plants, strings of glowing twinkle lights, and comfy patio furniture! If you feel the need to venture out into nature, though, you don’t have to look too much further—there are several parks large and small right in your neighborhood. Plum Tree Park is a cute little postage stamp-sized park with a playground just a couple blocks away, and just beyond that you’ll find Homer Harris Park as well. There are many smaller parks like this close to home, but if you really want to get out exploring, the Washington Park Arboretum is only 0.7 miles away and features over 230 acres ready for biking, hiking, picnicking and more! You’re also only 5 minutes from a few different beaches—Madrona Beach, Denny Blaine Park, and Madison Park Beach are all within reach on a sunny day!

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STATS & LOCATION

Median Home Price

Commute Times

  • 9mto Amazon Spheres

  • 26mto Amazon Spheres

  • 16mto Microsoft Redmond

  • 55mto Microsoft Redmond

From the Neighbors

Starbucks at Madison Park has really nice seating and people to chat with, and it’s dog friendly.

- Maria & Desmond F.

Happy at Home Client

listing highlights

Fully air conditioned
1 parking spot
Private end unit
Huge rooftop deck
2-story ceilings
Less than half a mile to grocery stores, restaurants, shopping, bus lines, parks, etc.

LOCATION

Grocery stores, award-winning restaurants, a large variety of shopping, bars, cafes, parks, and more are all no more than half a mile away! For starters, top Madison Valley attractions are only half a mile away, including places like The Harvest Vine, Bar Cantinetta, Cafe Flora, Nishino, Belle Epicurean, Refind, and many other popular restaurants and boutiques. Check out our very favorite places in Madison Valley here! Head in the other direction for just half a mile and you’ll find yourself at the epicenter of 23rd & Union in the Central District. Here you’ll find a hub of things to do and see! PCC Community Markets, COMMUNION Restaurant & Bar, Tacos Chukis, Adey Abeba Ethiopian Restaurant, Lowrider Cookie Company, Union Coffee, Uncle Ike’s, and so much more—including the brand new Midtown Square development—are all right here. You’re also less than 1 mile to even more grocery shopping along E Madison Street including Safeway, Trader Joe’s, and Central Co-op.

COMMUTE

Whether you need to get to Downtown Seattle, South Lake Union, or anywhere on the Eastside, this Madison Valley locale puts you in a prime spot for easily accessing any of these popular commuter destinations. If you need to get to Downtown Seattle, the #2 bus picks up 0.2 miles away, or you could hop on the #11 bus that’s about 0.4 miles away. To reach SLU, the #8 picks up just a couple blocks from home. It’s really that easy! This is also a great location for those who need to get to the Eastside—you’re pretty much equidistant from accessing the 520 Bridge or the I-90 Bridge. And, in the future, you can take the #8 bus to the Judkins Park Station and hop on the Light Rail over to the Eastside.

TOWNHOUSE PERFECTION

Seattle has seen a TON of new construction townhouses in recent years, and let’s face it: Finding a townhouse that “checks all the boxes” can be a bit of a challenge. Well, this Madison Valley townhouse has us impressed and in a moment you’ll see exactly why. First off, this end-unit offers privacy. Because of its unique positioning high up above the alley (which includes your reserved parking spot, btw!), when you’re relaxing on the main level and gazing out the gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows you feel like you’re 3-4 stories up. On that note, this townhouse gets great natural light—just look at those 2-story windows! Many people don’t realize how important natural light is until they live somewhere without it. The same can be said for air conditioning—the whole townhouse has A/C, which has become important as Seattle summers get hotter! Plus, this townhome’s layout is also ideal; it’s general floor plan is spacious and wide, and it’s not hard to see how you’re going to arrange each space. A huge rooftop deck shows off views of the surrounding neighborhood, and there’s room for container gardening and some epic parties up here!

OUTDOOR LIVING IN THE CITY

When you don’t feel like leaving home, you have a fabulous rooftop deck all to yourself. Create the outdoor oasis you’ve been dreaming about this summer complete with all of your favorite plants, strings of glowing twinkle lights, and comfy patio furniture! If you feel the need to venture out into nature, though, you don’t have to look too much further—there are several parks large and small right in your neighborhood. Plum Tree Park is a cute little postage stamp-sized park with a playground just a couple blocks away, and just beyond that you’ll find Homer Harris Park as well. There are many smaller parks like this close to home, but if you really want to get out exploring, the Washington Park Arboretum is only 0.7 miles away and features over 230 acres ready for biking, hiking, picnicking and more! You’re also only 5 minutes from a few different beaches—Madrona Beach, Denny Blaine Park, and Madison Park Beach are all within reach on a sunny day!

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