By Tom Trimbath
Finding five of the least expensive homes in upper Queen Anne has clicked over into the seven digit range. Last October, there were five under $1 million. Here in July of 2017, they start at a nice round $1 million and head up from there. Even added together, they’re still cheaper than the most expensive home in the neighborhood, which is listed for $7.5 million
It’s boldly blue. A 1911 classic craftsman is straightforwardly priced at $1 million. The 3,110-square-foot house can ease that mortgage payment thanks to a downstairs rental. Combined, the home has six bedrooms and three bathrooms.
With a 4,791-square-foot lot, don’t be surprised if the neighbors are close. Frosted windows provide some privacy, as does mature foliage and some fencing. Enjoy roses and cherries.
From the outside, this $1.18 million home looks like it could be a vintage Victorian, but from the inside it’s obvious that it was built much more recently: 1995. Granite kitchen counters and stainless steel appliances are up to date. The fireplace is surrounded by decorative tiles, but is gas, which makes it cleaner. Three bedrooms and three bathrooms help fill the 1,790-square-foot house on the 3,598-square-foot lot.
Bright red handles stand out in the kitchen of this 2,620-square-foot home from 1923. Modern improvements like retractable windows allow the kitchen and nook to extend onto a sunny deck. Inside, find three bedrooms and two updated bathrooms. Outside, a brick patio is surrounded by brick walls for a private place for entertaining on the 3,789-square-foot lot. The price for this home with views: $1,198,000.
Unmistakable heritage is on display inside this 1915 craftsman. Rich wood trim is broad and bold, and is only the beginning as wood panels and ceiling accents carry the color through several rooms. An ornate brick hearth is bracketed by stained glass. The artistic package is priced at $1.12 million, and comes with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, 2,420 square feet inside, and 2,600 square feet outside.
Scalloped siding suggests an older style, which helps this 1995 home fit in well with Queen Anne’s heritage. Modern kitchen and bathrooms (3) are a welcome luxury. Three bedrooms are the core of the 2,660-square-foot space. Coved ceilings and creative paint schemes bring character to room like the formal dining room. The $1.2 million package includes the 3,920-square-foot lot and water views.
Syndicated from Seattle Curbed.