This timeless 1928 English Tudor home sits on 3/4 of an acre, and is now available. A true estate experience, this home has pillared entrance with a circular drive, sunny manicured lawns, and beautiful garden space. Features include herringbone oak floors and original stained glass windows. Extensive remodel addition includes country kitchen with eating space, Viking range refrigerator oak cabinets, living room with 2 story ceiling, a wet bar, and a large home office. The dining room is custom wall papered with French doors, and the master has a huge walk-in closet. Two car heated garage attached. For more information about this lovely home, please contact your local real estate agent today.
Ballard-based Groundswell NW, volunteers are needed between 10am to 2pm, and duties will include removing various invasive plant species from the grounds. Earthcorps will be providing all of the necessary equipment, gloves, and positive attitudes to get the job done; and will also be offering light refreshments for their appreciation. If you’d like to sign up to volunteer for the event, you may do so by visiting the Earthcorps website.
Apparently, the Seattle City Light streetlight scare has yet to cease. News broke that a second animal was shocked on Thanksgiving Day. On 85th Street in the Greenwood community of Ballard, a dog was shocked but suffered no fatal injuries. The dog’s owner reported the incident Wednesday, and after investigating, crews found the post was emitting 120 volts, a dangerously high amount. This incident is one of many reported in the Seattle area, as others have occurred in Queen Anne, West Seattle, and Capitol Hill. Seattle City Light is currently conducting a city-wide investigation of nearly 20,000 lights.