711 E. Denny Way #202
Seattle, WA 98102
A wonderful and spacious Modern Condominium for Sale in Seattle
Step into the Mezzo, where Capitol Hill, Downtown and South Lake Union converge. Two blocks from the Light Rail, a stone’s throw from shops & restaurants; nested in the heart of Capitol Hill. Finishes include marble flanked wood-burning fireplace, private decks with glass paneling, Brazilian cherry wood flooring, Zebra wood cabinetry, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances. Garage parking, storage, professional management, washer & dryer in unit & an active HOA are great bonus.
You will enjoy this amazing and light-filled condominium located at Mezzo. Just a few short blocks West of the new Light Rail, you will love coming home to this building. Walk to Broadway and Pike/Pine shops, restaurants and downtown, plus take the Light Rail to downtown the UW or the airport.
Capitol Hill is Seattle’s oldest neighborhood
If you’re not familiar with the neighborhood, you will love Capitol Hill, as it is centrally located and directly east of the downtown retail core. The neighborhood is one of the most densely populated in the city, and has a largely urban, walkable character with a variety of restaurants, stores and services reachable within a short walk. Capitol Hill is regarded as the center of the city’s LGBT community, but is culturally diverse, with a high concentration of arts organizations and performance locales.
The Mezzo is located just a short walk from Seattle’s new Light Rail line. The underground station is located on Broadway. Speedy elevators and escalators connect the station platform to the street and the surrounding neighborhoods and business district, as well as Seattle Central College. The ride to downtown Seattle is four minutes, the airport 42. Also just a short walk away is the First Hill Streetcar.
Fun things to do on Capitol Hill
Seattle Asian Art Museum, 1400 E. Prospect St. (in Volunteer Park), 206-654-3100, Wed–Sun 10 AM–5 PM, Thu 10 AM–9 PM, closed Mon and Tue. An offshoot of downtown’s Seattle Art Museum, SAAM displays a portion of the permanent collection balanced with rotating, consistently well-curated special exhibitions. The focus is usually on Chinese or Japanese art, where the collection reflects long-established ties across the Pacific, but does include works from as far as India. The Art Deco building (SAM’s original home) is an attraction in its own right. $5 (some special exhibitions may be higher, usually $7); free the first Thursday of every month.
Frye Art Museum, 704 Terry Av., 206 622-9250 (email@example.com, Tu–Sa: 10AM-5PM, Su: 12PM-5PM, Th: 10AM-8PM, closed on Mondays. A small private collection on First Hill, always has parking and worth a visit. Free admission.
Cal Anderson Park, 1635 11th Ave. (near Broadway and E Pine St), A newly renovated park near Broadway and E Pine St that is very popular on sunny days. It includes a signature fountain and pond, a basketball court, tennis and softball fields, and a playground. Great for people-watching, and you can often see groups of people doing activities varying from hackeysack to drum circles to freeze tag to bike polo to twirling around with colorful scarves.
Lakeview Cemetery, 1554 15th Ave E (at junction with Garfield), 206-322-1582. Summer 9 AM—8 PM; spring 9 AM—6 PM; winter 9 AM—4 PM. Incorporated in 1872, Lakeview Cemetery is set on a hillside with views of Lake Union, the Cascades, Lake Washington and the Olympic Mountains. The site holds the final resting places of Seattle’s first families, many with diverse backgrounds. Many come to pay tribute at the graves of Bruce Lee and his son Brandon. Free.
Volunteer Park (at Prospect St.), 1247 15th Ave. E.. Designed by John Charles Olmsted and Fredrick Law Olmsted Jr, this is the largest park in Capitol Hill and is the site of a botanical conservatory and the Seattle Asian Art Museum.
Water Tower, at Prospect St. park entrance. 10 AM – sunset. The 1906 tower at the highest point of Capitol Hill has an observation deck at the top, with views from the Cascades to the Olympics interspersed with a series of panels explaining the history of Seattle’s Olmstead-designed park system. The views are somewhat obstructed by metal grates, but the clever photographer can work around them. No elevator – the only way up is the staircase wound around the water tank, seven stories high. Free.
Washington Park Arboretum, 2300 Arboretum Dr. E (from 40th Ave. and E. Madison on the south to Lake Washington and SR-520 on the north). Open daily, dawn to dusk.. The Arboretum is a 230-acre park additionally serving as a botanical garden and horticultural research center, with thousands of trees and plants from temperate climates represented. An extensive network of walking trails covers the park. The Visitor’s Center, near the northeast corner of the park, is open from 10 AM to 4 PM daily, and has limited parking available. Guided tours are offered on the first and third Sundays of every month, and free trail maps highlighting the major parts of the collection are available at any time.
Seattle Japanese Garden, 1075 Lake Washington Blvd. E (southwest area of the Arboretum), 206-684-4725. Hours vary seasonally: generally 10 AM until sunset, Tuesday through Sunday. Extended hours from May to September, closed December to February; check the link above for more detailed information.. A small, formal Japanese garden within the grounds of the Arboretum, recently renovated. $6 adults, $4 children over 5 years and seniors.
Streissguth Gardens, on E Blaine St. between 10th Ave E and Broadway E (park at E Blaine Street and 10th Avenue East and go down the public stairt. The gardens are on your left). A small, family maintained garden located on the northwest side of Seattle´s Capitol Hill, on a steep hillside. Noisy but offering great views over Lake Union, of downtown Seattle, and of the Olympic Mountains in the distance.
Madison Park, 4000 E Madison St (South of Evergreen Point Bridge). 4am-11:30 pm. Activities include swimming, bathhouse, restaurants, tennis court(with lights), and great views of bridge and Cascade region. Lifeguards are patrolling the area during summer which creates a safer and more security playground for kids. This is beautiful park to hang out for both teens and adults.
Other Fun Things to do!
A Jimi Hendrix statue rocks out on the sidewalk at the NE corner of E Pine Street and Broadway, though there’s no particular historical connection between the location and the man.
Seattle University, 901 12th Ave, 206-296-6000. A private Jesuit university. The Chapel of St. Ignatius on campus is an architectural landmark in the city, designed by Steven Holl. The chapel is a combination of a thick-walled Spanish Colonial style with a modernist sensibility, and is interesting and peaceful even for the non-religious and non-Catholic.
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