Calling all artists, craftspeople and anyone who fantasizes about living above/next to or adjacent to the corner store, this place is for you!
812 26th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
Old World Seattle Charm with a great back yard and off-street parking. And what would you do with this 26’x22′ store front? Maybe a dream office? Makers space? Split it off as a studio rental with its own bathroom and separate entrance? Make it your huge living room? The location is unbeatable and the price is right. 2-beds and bath up and living on the main. With a big kitchen and back entrance. Sometime in the future maybe develop the “back 40”? Meanwhile you are so close to the Jackson St (Reckless Noodle, Temple Bakery, brewpub and pizza!), new light rail, and the lid park for bike commuting!
This home is so cute! Livable but ready for you to make it your own. It currently has 2BRs and 2Baths and is zoned for a duplex so that back “storefront” can be used for workspace or convert to a separate apartment.
If you’re not familiar with Seattle Central District you’re in for a treat. Once home to Jimi Hendrix and Quincy Jones, the Central District is an up-and-coming area that is – no surprise – centrally located in Seattle. The Central District has historically been an African-American neighborhood but gentrification has driven up property prices and pushed out many long-time residents. Apartment buildings have replaced many of the single-family homes to accommodate the influx of people.
Besides some spillover from the vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood next door, there is not much of a commercial area here, but there are a good number of restaurants and you’re close to other neighborhoods with more excitement. It also has easy access to major highways which makes getting around (or out of) the city fairly simple.
Central District is bordered on the north by Capitol Hill and Madison Valley, on the east by Madrona and Leschi, on the south by Atlantic, and on the west by the International District and First Hill.