Listed for sale in Seattle, rediscover this Danish modern, new construction home in the Portage Bay neighborhood of Seattle with an updated price! The light filled, open concept design offers a flexible floor plan to match your busy lifestyle. Thoughtfully designed to capture the lake view, the incredible 1,500sf rooftop deck is crowning jewel of this fantastic house.
The chef’s kitchen is the heart of this home for sale in Seattle with the huge island featuring a “waterfall” quartz counter and prep sink. There’s plenty of room for 5 or 6 people to sit at the island or to act as sous chef without being under foot. A less formal main level gives the new owners options on furniture layout and use of space yet provides a generous entry way, features gas fireplace, office or 5th bedroom and powder room.
Three spacious bedrooms including the master suite are located together on the upper floor along with the large laundry room, full hall bathroom and two decks. Each bedroom has large closets outfitted with organizers and the master bedroom features a spacious walk-in closet sure to store all your clothes. The master suite is perfectly sized with an en suite that offers a curb-less shower, free standing tub, two sinks and a separate water closet. Enjoy the Lake Washington view from the private master bedroom deck. Don’t miss the lower level of this home for sale in Seattle with its spacious en suite bedroom, bonus room, media room and powder room. With a few minor modifications to the lower level, it could be used as a mother-in-law suite or a rental.
The attached 2 car garage and ample street parking is the envy of other Seattleites. Radiant floor heat throughout the house keeps it cozy in the winter and central air conditioning keeps in cool in the summer. Desirable location with quick and easy access to I-5 and 520, Downtown Seattle, the University of Washington and walk a couple blocks to charming Little Lago. Moorage options are available via surrounding neighbors and there’s public lake access just a couple feet from the front door at the end of Hamlin Street.