A North Capitol Hill home on the popular Tenth Avenue stole the spotlight recently with features in both Seattle PI and Curbed Seattle. The grand craftsman, listed by Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty brokers Cassie Daughtrey and Dylan Peckenpaugh, balances classic and modern details, with original inlay floors, mahogany moulding, stained glass, an elevator and an updated kitchen.
Shortly after the listing was introduced on the market, Seattle PI featured the home, describing its 3,500 square foot interior and “plethora of original details to please the Craftsman enthusiast: dark wood panels, columns, moulding and pocket doors; hardwood floors; a brick hearth; stained glass; built-in cabinetry and similar old world features.”
And as the Curbed Seattle article describes, “this 1907 home bordering between Victorian and Craftsman carries history—but isn’t dusty.” Among the highlighted features, Curbed points to the “stained glass greeting visitors at the front porch” and “living room complete with a brick fireplace.” It also touches on the home’s staging, adding that “many of the vintage furnishings and décor that adorns the home will be for sale once the home’s in escrow.”
Offered at $1,499,000