Beacon Hill Restoration

5014 13th Ave. S.


Darling vintage view home overlooking a park and mountains has been totally remodeled for carefree living. Versatile floorplan allows for a variety of options and perfect for shared living. New wiring, new plumbing, new roof, new furnace, new waterheater, new floors, new windows, 2 new baths, new kitchen with gas range & high-end stainless steel appliances and marble counters. Alley access with charming old garage, patio, built-in barbeque and raised beds in convenient Beacon Hill neighborhood.








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Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is a hill and neighborhood in southeast Seattle, Washington. The municipal government subdivides it into North Beacon Hill, Mid-Beacon Hill, Holly Park, and South Beacon Hill, though most people who live there simply call it “Beacon Hill.”

Beacon Hill is home to the “Beacon Rocks!” performance series, beginning its 5th season in 2014 on the last Sunday of June, July and August. This event featuring a variety of types of performances is held on the Roberto Maestas Festival Street and produced by Beacon Hill’s neighborhood community arts group “ROCKiT Community Arts”.

Beacon Hill has recently become known for their Food Forest, a new project that has created neighborhood urban farming west of Jefferson Park. The Beacon Food Forest has gained national attention in the news, receiving recognition from the Associated Press, CBS, Gawker, and HLN, to name a few. A 2012 article in Seattle Weekly stated that Beacon Hill was soon to “boast the biggest public food forest in the country” with seven lush acres containing a community park and an edible landscape, including such plantings as walnuts, chestnuts, berry shrubs and vegetables. The idea started with a community-led group that secured $22,000 in Neighborhood Matching Funds from the Department of Neighborhoods.

Beacon Hill photo by Wonderlane
Beacon Hill photo by Wonderlane