Classic Cape Cod-style Home • $500,000
7309 28th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126
Big windows let light stream in!
Built in 1945 • 4 upper floor bedrooms • Dining room • High-ceilinged unfinished basement with a back entrance • Alley access
5,100 sq. ft. lot* / 1,870 total sq. ft.* 1,110 finished sq. ft.* / SF5000 zoning*
This is a great location with easy walking access to Roxhill Park and playground, and Metro buses 21, 120 and 121. It’s also a short drive to shopping, restaurants and Lincoln Park!
spacious living room w/oak floors!
Set up off the street for privacy and territorial view outlooks, with a covered entry porch, this one-and-a-half story home has a functional and efficient floor plan and the property offers great potential to add living space and even another dwelling unit!
Inside, big double-paned picture windows flood the beautifully finished oak floors and formal living & dining rooms with natural light! (A clean and bright neutral palette has been employed throughout.)
The kitchen has been freshly painted, there’s a mix of newer appliances and a durable classic space-age electric range/oven, and a window above the sink looks out to the yard!
The dining room opens via glass sliders to the big, sunny deck and west-facing fenced back yard.
There are two bedrooms on the main floor adjacent to the full bath, which has been rebuilt with new tile, granite counter, cabinets, lighting and an artful glass basin! Besides the fan, a sliding glass window above the shower allows fresh air and light in. A solar tube skylight even brings in starlight!
Upstairs (through a secret door) are two more bedrooms which have access to extra storage in the eaves. (A future project could be a dormer addition in-between the bedrooms, to create another bathroom and/or a walk-in closet.)
The high-ceilinged basement is accessed from the main floor hall. It houses the laundry area, forced air oil-fired furnace, and has an entry to the backyard. There’s plenty of room to create more finished space here or even an accessory dwelling unit! Currently it provides lots of storage, workshop or studio space.
Alley access creates an ideal situation for creating a DADU (Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit) or garage in the back yard, leaving plenty of room for gardens, patios, or lawns!
This is a classic light-filled home with a lot of potential on a quiet non-arterial street!