Hot ’Hoods: Capitol Hill

Home prices are down throughout Seattle, but it probably shouldn’t come as any surprise that sellers in Capitol Hill are still getting more than list price, particularly in the Stevens microneighborhood.

By Matthew Halverson October 13, 2010 Published in the November 2010 issue of Seattle Met


Details 2505 E Ward St; 2,609 sq ft, 4 BR, 2½ baths, built 2010
Selling Points With an open floor plan, bamboo flooring, and a media room wired for surround sound, this new-construction contemporary offers modern luxury in a quiet setting.
Listed By Larry Wilcynski, Windermere



Details 1222 25th Ave E; 2,230 sq ft, 2 BR, 1¾ baths, built 1929
Selling Points It’s just a chip shot to the Broadmoor Golf Club from this 1920s Tudor, which offers a view of the UW arboretum’s greenery from a second-story balcony.
Listed By Matt Baebler, John L. Scott



Details 1807 E Howell St; 1,740 sq ft, 3 BR, 1½ baths, built 1904
Selling Points This Victorian-inspired abode is just blocks from Cal Anderson Park and sports meticulously cared-for interior details, from the molding and trim to the gleaming hardwood floors.
Listed By Mark Potvin, Gerrard Beattie and Knapp

All photos courtesy the real estate agencies.

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