This Seattle original was built at the turn of the century then remodeled to its current form over time beginning in 1913. The home with its lake views boasts a large covered sitting porch, sunny dining room, a wood paneled living room and 3 bedrooms. The unfinished basement provides space for a workshop and plenty of storage. The 7,200 sq. ft lot offers room to expand the existing structure while keeping its period charm. Asking $650,000.
Built before 51st Ave South existed, original access to the home was by a path from the lake shore. Family lore says that the home next door, to the north, was once owned by Seattle’s own Eddie Bauer. He is said to have planted the trees as well.
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