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1108 East Edgar Street, Seattle WA 98102


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Magical flower-covered cottage with white picket fence, lake & mountain views, decks & garden rooms to enjoy the natural setting of this urban getaway. Designer kitchen with restored vintage 4-burner gas Wedgewood range, chic use of tile, paperstone & steel. Upstairs bedroom has views of Portage Bay from dormer deck, perfect for reading & morning coffee. 2nd bedroom or office on main w/full bath. Lower level has 3rd bedroom or family room + 2nd bath, laundry, storage. Detached garage.

2-3 bedrooms and one full and one 3/4 baths. Fully remodeled with updated systems.  Very versatile floorplan allows for a variety of living options. Tons of storage and room to add your own personal stamp on this vintage home for sale.

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This charming home is conveniently located to Downtown Seattle, Lake Union, the University of Washington and 520 to Bellevue and Redmond

portage-bay- home for sale in seattleYou’ll love this location near Lake Union.  Put your kayak right into the water and start having adventures.  View Portage Bay Kayak adventures on Outdoor Project website. Just one block from Queen City Yacht Club, put your kayak in nearby and paddle over to Agua Verde Paddle Club and Cafe!

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Just up the hill is Roanoke Park. Roanoke Park is a 2.2 acre grassy, pleasant space located where 10th Avenue E ends at E Roanoke (and straight up the hill from this home.) The original owners, David T. Denny and Henry Fuhrman, named the park after Roanoke, Virginia, the first English settlement in the United States. The City originally acquired it in 1908 for hikers and bicyclists headed down the long, winding road to Washington Park and Lake Washington.

Located in a residential area, it has fruit trees that burst into color in the spring; it’s an ideal place to enjoy a picnic while your kids frolic in the play area.


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