Washington Park Home - Leased
There is a great shortage of luxury homes available for rent in Seattle right now. It has always been a bit of a challenge for families looking to rent to find a decent place to live. There are many reasons families are more interested in renting than buying: perhaps they already have the home of their dreams and in the midst of an extensive remodel and would like to be out of the house during that time, some are just moving to the area and want to get a feel for the neighborhoods before purchasing or ensure their new job is going to work out as expected, others are just not ready to commit to a purchase in an uncertain market. Either way, there are lots of folks out there looking for something other than the party house they shared with all their college roommates and they’re willing to pay for it.
So, if you are a home owner, looking to move, or thinking of taking a sabbatical from Seattle then consider renting out your home. The need is: clean and well cared for 3+ beds, nice/newer kitchens and baths.
Ewing and Clark has clients specifically looking at Capitol Hill, Montlake, Madison Park, Washington Park, Denny Blaine, Madrona, Leschi, and Mt. Baker. Call Ewing and Clark at 206-322-2840 or contact an agent at the Madison Park office – they will be happy to get your home rented for you!
Ewing & Clark leased the above Washington Park Home. The property was listed for rent for $4,995/mo.
View from home of yard and Lake Washington
This Denny Blaine home, which we previously blogged about, just had a HUGE price drop of $1 million dollars. The home is now currently for sale and listed at $4,990,000. The home has 63 feet of Lake Washington waterfront and sits on a 1/2 acre lot. The home was built in 1910 and features French doors and windows and elegant interiors. This home is only one of approximately fifty waterfront houses on Lake Washington between Madison Park and Leschi. Follow the link to see more details of this Denny Blaine waterfront home including the home’s square footage, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and more pictures.
I previously blogged about this Denny Blaine home when the list price was $979,500. Since then the price has been reduced to $929,950 which is the only house in Denny Blaine priced under $1 million. It is a great house near the end of a dead end street. The home backs up against a greenbelt, so the home is surrounded by a beautiful setting. While the home has two floors plus a basement and has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths, the rooms are a little cozy. With a low maintenance yard, it might be a good alternative for a buyer who is considering condos.
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Click on the link if you are interested in this Denny Blaine residence, want more details, or just want to see more photos.
There was an attempted robbery recently in a Denny Blaine home over by Bush School. The break in attempt is believed to have happened around 2 PM. Nothing was taken. The best guess is the robber was scared away by the activity of a plumber installing an appliance in one of the neighbor’s home.
The break in sounds familiar to other break ins in the surrounding neighborhoods – since it happened midday and the entry point was the back door. Call 911 if you see anything suspicious – better to be safe than sorry.