Unfortunately the weather was unseasonably cold and gray for the end of May, and the homes that had views of Lake Washington were not able to show off their views like they would have in sunshine. I stopped to take the above photo of Madrona Park looking acrosss a cold, gray Lake Washington to Downtown Bellevue, and it looks as cold as it was! However, seeing the Madrona homes listed for sale on a cold day really makes you appreciate their remodeling all the more, since they seem extra "snug" and warm!
One of the Madrona homes was a large craftsman that had the main floor beautifully opened up, solid white mill work, very high ceilings and high-end appliances and finishes so it felt light-filled and airy even on a gray Seattle day.Another beautifully remodeled craftsman cottage had some nice surprises like an outdoor shower, of course it also had 3 fabulous indoor showers and baths as well! One of the nice touches for this home was the original art hanging on the walls, good art always enhances how a home shows. I have to admit though, that one of the paintings (by artist Francesca Sundsten) caught my eye so much that I missed seeing where the stairs were to the finished (very well finished) basement and had to ask where the stairs were "hiding"!
Madrona Real Estate Market* snapshot as of today for May 2008
STI - 2 Subject to Inspection, average of 109 days on market $420,000 to $599,000.
PENDING - 2 Madrona homes Pending, average of 25 days on market, $925,000 to $1,430,000.
SOLD - 4 Madrona homes Sold, average of 62 days on market, $310,00 to 780,000.
*These numbers are for single family homes only
Discussion: No Comments »|
12207 NE 8th Street