3606 NW 64th St, Seattle, WA 98107

$1,450,000
3,370
SqFt

Listing courtesy of Windermere Real Estate GH LLC. Selling Office: .

Sold Price
$1,450,000
List Price
$1,389,000
Status
SOLD
MLS#
1326531
Closing Date
Jul 25, 2018
Days on Market
5
Style
52 - Duplex
Building Condition
['Very Good']
Finished SqFt
3,370
Lot Size (sq ft)
6,655

Property Description

Rare Art Moderne home reminiscent of jazzy San Francisco style! Opportunity abounds: Updated kitchen plus 2nd kitchen/separate entrance in lower level of main home. Master suite w/2 walk-in closets. Second adjacent home (legal duplex) is included in sale. Use as a rental and let it help pay the mortgage! Enjoy the spectacular western view from the huge patio/deck of this Sunset Hill view property while your pets safely enjoy the newly fenced yard. Sought after neighborhood near Burke-Gilman.

Additional Information

List Date
2018-07-10 00:00:00
Community
Sunset Hill
Property Type
MULT
Units
2
Stories
2
Potential Terms
Cash Out, Conventional
Year Built
1949
Total Parking
2
View
Mountain, Sound, Territorial
Exterior
Cement/Concrete
Roof
Flat
Site Features
['Cable TV', 'Fenced-Partially', 'High Speed Internet', 'Outbuildings', 'Patio']
Lot Details
Corner Lot, Curbs, Dead End Street, Paved Street, Sidewalk
School District
Seattle
High School
Ballard High
Annual Taxes
$8,956
Tax Year
2018

Room Dimensions

Unit 1 Beds
2
Unit 1 Baths
2.00
Unit 1 Size
2420
Unit 2 Beds
2
Unit 2 Size
950
Unit 2 Rent
$1,950
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