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Urban Living meets Old-World Charm
Nestled in the prime Pike/Pine Corridor you are close to Capitol Hill restaurants, shopping (Trader Joe's and QFC are steps away!), coffeeshops, parks and more, this 2-bedroom gem offers garden privacy in the midst of city life. Enjoy being just a short bus ride or walk away from the entertainment, nightlife, and 5-star dining of Capitol Hill and Downtown! Once you're at home, you will truley feel transported to a quiet and tranquil setting situatied in a classic brick building.Contact for Showing Contact for Showing
With a 96 Walkscore, this centrally located home is just steps from over 50 restaurants and bars
Original fir floors throughout lead to bright windows with garden views
Eye-catching modern details in the kitchen include Stainless Steel Fisher & Paykel appliances.
Bosting two bedrooms with an extra den, there is no sacrificing of space
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It’s the best of all worlds, beautiful and quiet to walk in, lovely neighbors, close to the lake and close to the party scene.
[I love] the restaurants! After living in different neighborhoods I think that’s what makes Capitol Hill unique.
Beautifully maintained original fir floors throughout lead to bright windows with quaint garden views.
This contemporary kitchen includes stainless steel Fisher & Paykel appliances, Caesar Stone counters and a stunning glass tile backsplash.
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