Curbed Seattle Tours The Burton Inn & Other Properties Along Metro Route 118

By RSIR Staff |

Curbed Seattle took a different approach to real estate in a recent feature, highlighting homes along King County metro route 118 spanning from Vashon to West Seattle. As the article outlines, most attribute a commute from Vashon to the ferry, “and in the case of King County Metro route 118, they’d be partially right.” The route runs from Port Townsend’s Tahlequah Ferry Terminal up the Vashon Highway to Fauntleroy before stopping in West Seattle and moving into downtown Seattle. It also affords a look at some wonderful commuter-friendly homeownership opportunities.

The collection of homes includes The Burton Inn, a stellar residence and commercial opportunity listed by RSIR broker Denise Seavitt. Of the home, Curbed Seattle writes that “the massive property includes both a Victorian-revival house and an adjacent inn, with an outdoor patio with a brick fireplace connecting the two.”

24007 Vashon Hwy SW   |   Offered at $949,500

The Island lifestyle at The Burton Inn includes a top-rated restaurant and four suite inn with unforgettable Puget Sound views complemented by a three bedroom farmhouse-style home next door.

View the full collection of Curbed Seattle’s metro route 118 properties here >>