This 1968 home needs some updating but will reward the buyer that puts in the effort. The home has a good floor plan with a 13×13 kitchen space, large living room with a wood burning fireplace, and a 19 by almost 10 foot space off the back of the garage which would work well for a greenhouse, shop space or hobby space. The heat pump was installed in 2009, the 30-year architectural composition roof in approximately 2010, and new gutters were installed in 2016 so the large systems have good life left on them.
Located on just under two acres on Madrona this backyard is a birder’s paradise. A man-made pond and a bridge over the creek are on the property, along with a variety of plants and trees creating a retreat in the city. The house sits back from the road so it feels very secluded despite being an easy walk to Fred Meyer, Great Harvest Bread, La Hacienda Real, and of course Starbucks. Acreage in the city is a rare find.
The property is zoned RS and buyer to do due diligence on dividing the property.