In a recent Curbed Seattle feature, Sarah Anne Lloyd stepped back in time and into an historic home once owned by John Wallingford and currently listed with Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) broker Eleanor Heyrich. As the article describes, the Wallingford neighborhood is “home to many adorable, century-old craftsmans,” and this one stands out for its historic heritage. Built in 1907, Lloyd gushes over period details, from “a dormer and diamond-shaped window” to a “covered porch . . . bounded by square columns.”
The home’s details continue as you move through the front door, as “a cased opening separates the living room from the formal area” and “period millwork tops the windows and passageways.” Lloyd notes the hardwood floors and “cozy reading space” created by the living room’s window bench.
Finally, the article highlights the fully finished basement, which offers its own private entrance. Of a much more modern tone, the lower level offers “one bedroom, and its own kitchen with room for a dining nook,” which is currently being used as an Airbnb.
Seattle, WA | Offered at $750,000