1725 24th Ave Unit 101, Seattle, WA 98122

$359,950
1
BD
1
Full Bath
480
SqFt

Listing courtesy of Realty One Group Eastside.

List Price
$359,950
Status
ACTIVE
MLS#
1399472
Days on Market
8
Bedrooms
1
Full Baths
1
Finished SqFt
480

Property Description

Beautifully remodeled turn-key condo on the edge of Capitol Hill & the Central District across the street from Homer Harris park. This first floor condo lives much larger than it's size with it's circular floor plan and raised galley kitchen between the dining & living areas. The huge east facing windows & deck provide amazing sunrise views over the park. Loads of new features including carpet, hardwood floors, stainless appliances, cabinets & tile. Private off street parking & laundry in unit.

Additional Information

Community
Central Area
Property Type
COND
Building Name
Hill House
Style
30 - Condo (1 Level)
Stories
4
Floor #
1
Year Built
1985
Parking Type
Off Street, Uncovered
# of Assigned Spaces
1
View
Lake, Partial
Exterior
Wood Products
Roof
Composition
Unit Features
Balcony/Deck/Patio, End Unit, Insulated Windows
Annual Taxes
$2,375
Tax Year
2018
HOA Dues
$446
H/O Incl.
Earthquake Ins., Garbage, Water/Sewer, Common Area Maintenance
Cat/Dog
Subj to Restrictions
School District
Seattle
Potential Terms
Cash Out, Conventional
# of Units
8
Special Assessment
N
ENS
Electric
# of Access Stairs
6
Appliance
Dishwasher, Dryer, Range/Oven, Refrigerator, Washer
Bedrooms Main
1
Lot Details
Paved Street, Sidewalk
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