Amazing home buying opportunity near Fremont on Queen Anne in Seattle
1912 Artists and Crafts Seattle Real Estate, ready for your updates and vision
2929 Mayfair Ave. N., Seattle WA 98109
Seattle Real Estate for Sale on Queen Anne, near Fremont! Perfect for the artist, craftsman, home hobbyist or someone looking for a live/work or home-based occupation situation with a huge lower level studio/workspace, plus a separate one-car garage. Discover your canvas for creative expression in this captivating Queen Anne/Fremont home. With 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, this diamond in the rough offers endless possibilities. Hardwood oak floors, high ceilings, artist-created wood-burning fireplace, it’s all here. Nestled in the heart of one of Seattle’s most creative neighborhood, you’ll be steps away from the vibrant Fremont district and a short stroll to local tech offices. Transform it into a modern masterpiece, a cozy haven, or a unique studio space – the choice is yours.
Oak hardwood floors, tall ceilings, original arts & crafts details throughout
Formal dining room with charming built-in China cabinet
Cozy built-in window seat adds storage for linens and seasonal decorations
Amazingly spacious formal rooms for entertaining
Amazing woodburning artist-created stone and glass fireplace
Vintage kitchen awaiting your personal design
Main floor office or bedroom
Another main floor room can be office, music room, den, study or additional bedroom
Primary bedroom opens to the private back patio
Huge opportunity in the unfinished attic space
Detail of the artist-created balcony with glass adornments
Huge and spacious lower-level art studio, previously used for glass studio
Fremont, Center of the Known Universe!
Fremont is sometimes referred to as “The People’s Republic of Fremont” or “The Artists’ Republic of Fremont,” and was at one time a center of counterculture; however, the neighborhood has become somewhat gentrified since the 1990s. It remains home to a controversial statue of Vladimir Lenin salvaged from Slovakia by an art lover from Washington state who was teaching in the area at the time. After the 1989 fall of the Communist government, he brought the statue to Fremont with money raised through a mortgage on his house. The Fremont Troll is an 18-foot-tall concrete sculpture of a troll crushing a Volkswagen Beetle in its left hand, created in 1990 and situated under the north end of the Aurora Bridge.The street running under the bridge and ending at the Troll was renamed Troll Avenue N. in 2005. The neighborhood also features various signs giving advice such as “set your watch back five minutes,” “set your watch forward five minutes,” and “throw your watch away.”
Want to be part of the fun? Join the Fremont Arts Council!