Nestled in Magnolia with striking views of the Sound, mountains and city, this meticulously restored Tudor will wow you.
This stately home has been lovingly restored, maintaining the classic features and character of the 1920’s while adding the conveniences and beauty of modern living.
The level of restoration and quality of finishes is unmatched.
Original touches and details
The formal foyer entry features a Magnolia flower hardwood floor medallion inlay just inside the original mahogany round-top front door. Original touches abound in the main level formal entertaining spaces. Coved ceilings and picture rails, deco archways and leaded glass tulip windows, and Bachelder tile fireplace surround showcase the quality craftsmanship of the 20’s.
Main level entertaining
Refinished and stained hardwoods carry throughout the main floor. A spacious living room and grand dining room make large gatherings a breeze.
The bonus room off the kitchen was used as a bar area with speakeasy inspired lighting and a wet bar with a beverage refrigerator but is a flexible space that could be used to meet whatever your needs may be.
The main level entertaining spaces include a large living room, formal dining room, completely remodeled eat-in kitchen and a bonus room with a wet bar that can be used as a bar, playroom, tv room or whatever suits your needs.
Professionally designed kitchen
The newly renovated eat-in kitchen is magnificent. No detail was overlooked. A true chef’s kitchen.
High end-appliances, custom-designed zinc bartop and range hood, 6 burner stove with pot filler, cabinet fronted refrigerator and the piece-de-resistance, a dumbwaiter to whisk your food and beverages up to your 2nd story view deck!
The large owner’s suite has an attached 5-piece spa bath with a jetted tub, double vanities, heated floors and a dual-head shower with the best city view in the house. A convenient laundry space is also located upstairs.
Main floor bedrooms and bath
Two generously sized bedrooms, that can each easily fit king-sized beds, grace the main level. The hall bath retains its vintage charm.
Upstairs entertaining space
Head upstairs to the find a living space, great for a media room.
The dumbwaiter opens up in this space, allowing for the easy transfer of food and drinks from the kitchen up to the media room and deck.
The upstairs living space flows out onto the view deck with incredible views of the Seattle skyline, Sound and Mount Rainier.
Enjoy dramatic sunsets and ferries crossing the Sound. Soak up the sun and BBQ up a meal.
Lower level living
The lower level adds even more livable space and can serve as a guest level, space for kids, a mother-in-law apartment, or a nightly rental. With a kitchenette and laundry hookups, two bedrooms and a recently updated bathroom, this space can be accessed from inside the house but also has a separate exterior entrance.
The lower level of the home also has a wine cellar that holds a 400-bottle collection and a convenient storage and hobby area.
Lower level living & 2-car garage
For a vintage home, this house has abundant storage throughout. A rarity in Seattle, there is also a large two-car garage with attic storage, which connects to the house through a covered portico.
This home is truly one of a kind, the level of restoration and quality of finishes is unmatched and absolutely stunning. Welcome home.
Walkthrough the home
5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
3,952 square foot
Views of city skyline, Space Needle, Puget Sound, Mount Rainier and mountains
Meticulously restored by current owners
All major systems updated
1920’s character and charm intact
Refinished hardwoods throughout main level
Large living room with Bachelder tile fireplace surround
Formal dining room w/coved ceilings
Bonus room with wet bar, beverage fridge & dishwasher
Professionally designed & completely renovated kitchen
Dumbwaiter between kitchen and upstairs media room
Extra-large bedrooms on main level
Upstairs owner’s suite w/5-piece bath, laundry, views
Media room with access to view deck
Lower level with kitchenette, living space, full bath, two bedrooms
Wine cellar and heated storage on lower level
Two car detached garage with breezeway to home and attic storage
A tight-knit community, Magnolia harkens back to the days where neighbors all know one another creating a wonderful small-town neighborhood feel while still being a stone’s throw from the vibrancy and amenities of the Downtown core.
The natural beauty, lovely vistas and parks combine to give Magnolia the unique quality that attracts visitors from all over the world. On Magnolia’s south end you will find Magnolia Park overlooking Puget Sound, Mount Rainier and the city skyline.
Discovery Park is located in Magnolia on the northwest side and is home to eagles, herons, falcons, foxes and beavers. Adjacent to this park is West Point Lighthouse, built in 1881, which is the oldest lighthouse in the Puget Sound area.
The heart of Magnolia, the Village, boasts restaurants, cafes, specialty stores, professional services and parks.
The Village also hosts annual events like Summerfest and Winterfest, bringing the streets alive with friendly neighbors, lively parades, and live music.
Magnolia also has fabulous amenities and events like an outdoor community pool, playfields for sports, the Magnolia car show, the Magnolia Farmer's market, Halloween Trick or Treat at the Village, Eilliott Bay Marina, Fisherman's Terminal, and Discovery Park, Seattle's largest public park with 534 acres, 7 miles of hiking trails, a historic lighthouse, beaches, views, picnic tables, bike paths, nature programs and more.
This home sits right by Ella Bailey Park, a true gem, with views that rival Kerry Park in Queen Anne, showing off the lights of the city, the majesty of Mount Rainier and the sparkling waters of Puget Sound.
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