Delightful Queen Anne town home offering tons of space, incredible views and superb location. Single car, attached garage gives direct access to house and a nice bonus room on the first floor- can be used for mudroom, office, library or more! In addition to front door entrance, there is a sliding glass door that opens to a charming patio and yard area in front of house.
The second floor of home consists of two bedrooms or one bedroom and an office- your choice- a generously sized full bathroom, and a separate laundry room. Full size washer and dryer with pantry shelving for laundry items and extra storage.
The main living area is on the third floor with a half bathroom, kitchen, dining and living space. Lovely cherry cabinets with lots of cupboards for all of your kitchen cache. The culinary enthusiast will appreciate the elegant granite countertops, exceptional gas range and stainless steel appliances. Hardwood floors throughout this level of the home where you have space for dining and relaxing. Gas fireplace in dining room for extra ambiance. Bright living room with southwest exposure and outdoor balcony.
On the entire top floor of the home, is the Master Suite with private roof top deck offering Space Needle, city and Lake Union views. Great bedroom space plus spa like en suite with jacuzzi tub, separate shower, commode, two sink vanity and walk in closet.
Students who live in at 1510 Taylor Avenue N attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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John Hay Elementary School
Grades K - 5
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Mcclure Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Ballard High School
Grades 9 - 12
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