11:00am – 1:00pm, Open House, Denny Blaine
Despite a foggy kickoff, this morning’s forecast is shaping up to be one of those perfectly crisp and bright fall days that shows off Seattle and this Denny Blaine home at it’s finest. This beautiful side-entry colonial sits on a quiet Denny Blaine lane just steps from the neighborhood’s iconic duck pond and only a brisk walk to Madrona’s 34th ave stretch of boutiques, bistros, and coffee shops including a Seattle brunch favorites Hi-Spot Cafe and St. Clouds.
Built in 1913 by distinguished architect Joseph Coté, this graceful home has four bedrooms, and 3+ baths, including the master suite and a refurbished bath with a platform tub and steam shower. On a day like today be sure to check out the back terrace and gardens, designed by landscape architect Bob Chittock that once graced the cover of The Sunset Complete Patio Book. As timing would have it, the 11-1 open today puts the sun smack over the patio and will hopefully clear the clouds to show off the upper level views of Lake Washington, the Cascade Mountains and Bellevue Skyline.
This charming home features some classic elements that are hard to come by in some of today’s newer homes; one living room wall is lined with floor-to-ceiling windows and stunning French doors that open to the terrace, the master suite’s has an adjacent dressing room with a Juliet view balcony, and another bedroom alcove that has a beautiful built-in desk and storage. This inviting property is located in the quiet Denny Blaine neighborhood, known for its fine older homes and proximity to Lake Washington and the amenities of Madison Park and Madrona.
We hope you’ll stop by!