North Seattle English Tudor Available: $1,375,000

Broadview home

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.

Status: For Sale
Bed/Bath: 4/2.5
Price: $1,375,000

Looking for a Unique Rental? Live in a Church!

If you’ve been searching for a rental unlike any other around town, check out this converted home on Ballard that was once an actual church! This quirky 6,300 sf Ballard landmark, located at 2007 NW 61st St is partially renovated for residential living quarters, and has that spooky haunted house/old spirits lurking around the church feel to it.

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This 6 Bedroom, 3.25 bath is equipped with a bell tower, abandoned tricycles amidst the entryway and a relatively large attic space and can be your humble abode for $789,000. Find other listings in the Ballard neighborhood here.

Ballard Bridge to be Closed for Evening Paint Job

The Ballard bridge is scheduled to get a fresh coat of paint for the next three weekends, and will be closed in the evenings for traffic. The closure will be scheduled starting from 3:00-6:00AM beginning this Saturday April 14th, and also scheduled for the 21st & 28th. Be prepared for bridge closures from midnight to 6:00AM on Sundays April 15, 22 and 29th as well. The new paint project is expected to end around the end of May.

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Southbound lanes and west sidewalk closures should also end by the end of April, but northbound lanes and east sidewalk closures will move forward into May, but will be open during rush hour between 3-8pm. For more information and updates on the bridge delays, visit the Seattle Times.