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SOLD! – Marquis Condominium • $443,000

132 N 132nd St, Seattle, WA 98133
132 N 132nd Apt 203 - 012

convenience

close to

Seattle Public Library Bitter Lake & Playfield (pickleball, tennis, swimming) shopping, restaurants transit #5 #16 #345

132 N 132nd Apt 203 - 011
132 N 132nd Apt 203 - Kitchen

a spacious light-filled corner unit with a sunroom & formal dining room

Thoughtful and well-designed floorplan, with the sleeping wing on one side and the living area on the other!

Perfectly located on a quiet, low-traffic street, this spacious and light-filled two-bedroom condominium home also has a smartly designed floor plan: there’s
a gracious formal entry that leads to the large living room – visually anchored by a mantled wood-burning fireplace – a sunroom for catching some rays over a cup or a glass, a well-designed kitchen with updated appliances and abundant cabinetry and countertops, plus a good-sized formal dining room that gets natural light from the North and the West.

 

Off the hall are two bedrooms – a primary with tiled three-quarter bath and two double-sized closets, a secondary also with double- sized closets, and a full bath that’s convenient for guests.

A special bonus with the unit is a private individual garage with adjacent storage room!
This is a wonderful condominium home: sited
on a quiet, low-traffic street, close to great amenities, with lots of transit options, and conveniently set away from any neighbor’s windows!

Marquis Condominium

• Built in 1978
• HOAs of $840 include water, sewer, garbage, earthquake insurance, professional management, and rebuids the reserves after the extensive upgrading of the building
• Pet policy is: up to 2 cats, 2 birds, one 10-gallon fish tank, and service dogs only.

The Marquis is centrally located in the heart of Greenwood. There’s a Seattle Public Library branch a couple of blocks away; Bitter Lake Playfield offers pickleball, tennis, softball, a wading pool, and the lakeshore; although the Link Light Rail station at 130th is scheduled to open in 2026, the Northgate station is open now and just a ten-minute-ish drive away. Carkeek Park is a 5-ish minute drive, and the #5, #16, and #345 busses are just a couple of blocks away!