If you are in the market for a home in the Broadview area, then take a look at this 1928 English Tudor which sits on 3/4 of an acre of land. With a grand entrance and a circular drive way, you get the feeling that you are about to enter a luxury estate. Included in this home are 4 bedrooms, a large fire place, and many other custom features that make this home what it is.
For all the information on this property, check out this site. Or better yet, there will be an open house this Sunday March 23rd from 1:00 to 3:00pm where you can see for yourself what this place has to offer.
The Ballard real estate market continued its previous trend of low supply and high demand in February. With inventory down to a one month supply (compared to 2.5 months in all of King County) the few Ballard homes that are on the market are quickly selling. This is also reinforced by the 6% increase of single family homes sold this February compared to February 2013. Because of low levels of inventory Ballard homes are selling faster and for more.
The median home in Ballard this past month sold for $484,000 compared to $423,000 this time last year. While Ballard being an attractive place to live is part of the reason for the increase in home prices, another has to do with there being 14% less actives now on the market than in 2013.
If you have previously considered selling your home, there could not be a more attractive time to take advantage of this current market than now. If you would like to discuss this further or have any other real estate questions, feel free to contact me at any point.