Hot Hoods: Wallingford

Seattle doesn't require chicken owners to register their little cluckers, so it’s anyone’s guess which nabe has the largest poultry population. But as the home of Seattle Tilth, Wallingford is plenty fowl-friendly.

By Matthew Halverson August 18, 2010 Published in the September 2010 issue of Seattle Met

4912 Wallingford Ave N; 3,280 sq ft, 5 BR, 2 1/2 baths, built 1910
Selling Points Just three blocks from Woodland Park, this pre-WWI abode sports a stylish, updated interior and a massive wraparound deck. Then there’s the backyard bonus: a hot tub on the private patio.
Listed By Kris Murphy, John L. Scott

1310 N 41st St; 
2,820 sq ft, 3 BR, 3¼ baths, 
built 1991
Selling Points Front and rear decks capture east and west sun, while the entirely remodeled interior is tricked out with 
Brazilian cherry floors and 
stainless steel appliances.
Listed By Shannon Campbell, Lake and Company 
Real Estate

341 NE 52nd St; 2,260 sq ft, 4 BR, 1¾ baths, built 1929
Selling Points Here’s something you don’t find in many Seattle homes: central air. But the best parts of this updated Tudor are the gourmet kitchen and the private, rock-walled garden.
Listed By Barry Bergner, Coldwell Banker Bain

All photos courtesy the real estate agencies

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