804 P Street Unit 4, Anchorage, AK 99501 | HotPads
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$429,000

2 beds
2.5 baths
1,565 sqft

804 P Street #4
Anchorage, AK 99501

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Highlights
  • Updated 1 hour ago
  • Laundry: In Unit, Washer/Dryer Hookups
  • Lot, Garage, Attached Garage
  • Central A/C, Gas Heating
  • Deck
  • Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Microwave Oven
Description
Gorgeous inlet & mountain views from this extraordinary Bootlegger Cove condo. Beautiful and extensive recent remodel. 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, fireplace in living room with deck to enjoy the sunsets and views. Tandem 2 car garage and storage unit. Windows replaced in 2008. New hot water heater, new kitchen, bathrooms, paint and wiring. Very tasteful new flooring. Perfect location and well priced. Regarding Nearby Construction Projects:Potential clients need to be reassured that these are attractive and well-funded projects, designed by architects who are taking great pains to improve and elevate the design in an already-charming neighborhood. Read on for more details...Bootleggers Landing (BL) is being built on a lot across the street from and on the north side of Wells Manor. This lot has been formerly overgrown with weeds, shrubbery and alders, where sometimes homeless people would congregate in the summer. On the far right of this lot to the East was a very aged house and garage that will be removed during construction. BL will be a 2 story building on the West side of the lot, and will become 3 stories as it is built toward the East. Garages and parking for the units will be on the opposite side of the building.When BL is completed, if you sit in front of the living room fireplace and look toward the West you will have an expansive view of Cook Inlet, the Tony Knowles Coastal trail, and a full view of Sleeping Lady and the Alaska Range. From the living room on the third floor of Wells Manor, looking out from the balcony you will see the first two stories of Bootleggers Landing. The approximate edge of this future 2 story building is now marked with a yellow flag that's visible from the balcony. Diagonally 12 ft to the East, another roof line that will go up an additional 4 feet. The three-story portion of the building will not block the view of Cook Inlet or the Alaska Range from Unit 4. It will likely block a portion of the industrial area, cranes and tanks in Ship Creek. Unit 4 will have a clear view of boats coming and going in the inlet, the train passing by and all the mountains it formerly viewed.The View from the kitchen and the dining room on the third story of Wells Manor toward P St will be Cook Inlet, train tracks and a partial view of two stories of Bootleggers Landing. Formerly there was no view from the kitchen and dining room at all, because two walls were removed to create this view.If you are seated outdoors at a table on the right half of the balcony you'll have a clear view of Sleeping Lady the Alaska range and Denali when it is out. You will also be able to see the Tony Knowles trail, the train, and boats coming and going on the inlet. Sitting here you will also see the roofline of BL and the attracting landscaping and architectural features on the front of the building.Denali, Foraker and Hunter are visible on clear days and will not be blocked by the new building. The new building and its nice landscaping, will block you from seeing at least six raggedy buildings from the 1970s including the back of a rundown and unattractive apartment complex known as the Ebb Tide. From the upstairs, on the fourth floor of Wells Manor, you will be one or two stories above the roof of BL. You will have a clear and unobstructed view of the train tracks, Coastal Trail, Cook Inlet with boats coming and going, Denali, the Alaska range, and Sleeping Lady. BL will block your view of several run down buildings to the East. Over the top of BL you will see the Hotel Captain Cook in the distance and other tall buildings downtown. At the opposite side of the building, three windows have a view toward the South. On the upper floor a bedroom, on the lower floor the dining room and in between the stair landing all have windows with sunny and expansive views to the south. To the South there is the parking area behind Wells Manor, then an open grassy area, then a project being constructed. Plans for this project are not availabl Regarding Nearby Construction Projects:Potential clients need to be reassured that these are attractive and well-funded projects, designed by architects who are taking great pains to improve and elevate the design in an already-charming neighborhood. Read on for more details...Bootleggers Landing (BL) is being built on a lot across the street from and on the north side of Wells Manor. This lot has been formerly overgrown with weeds, shrubbery and alders, where sometimes homeless people would congregate in the summer. On the far right of this lot to the East was a very aged house and garage that will be removed during construction. BL will be a 2 story building on the West side of the lot, and will become 3 stories as it is built toward the East. Garages and parking for the units will be on the opposite side of the building.When BL is completed, if you sit in front of the living room fireplace and look toward the West you will have an expansive view of Cook Inlet, the Tony Knowles Coastal trail, and a full view of Sleeping Lady and the Alaska Range. From the living room on the third floor of Wells Manor, looking out from the balcony you will see the first two stories of Bootleggers Landing. The approximate edge of this future 2 story building is now marked with a yellow flag that's visible from the balcony. Diagonally 12 ft to the East, another roof line that will go up an additional 4 feet. The three-story portion of the building will not block the view of Cook Inlet or the Alaska Range from Unit 4. It will likely block a portion of the industrial area, cranes and tanks in Ship Creek. Unit 4 will have a clear view of boats coming and going in the inlet, the train passing by and all the mountains it formerly viewed.The View from the kitchen and the dining room on the third story of Wells Manor toward P St will be Cook Inlet, train tracks and a partial view of two stories of Bootleggers Landing. Formerly there was no view from the kitchen and dining room at all, because two walls were removed to create this view.If you are seated outdoors at a table on the right half of the balcony you'll have a clear view of Sleeping Lady the Alaska range and Denali when it is out. You will also be able to see the Tony Knowles trail, the train, and boats coming and going on the inlet. Sitting here you will also see the roofline of BL and the attracting landscaping and architectural features on the front of the building.Denali, Foraker and Hunter are visible on clear days and will not be blocked by the new building. The new building and its nice landscaping, will block you from seeing at least six raggedy buildings from the 1970s including the back of a rundown and unattractive apartment complex known as the Ebb Tide. From the upstairs, on the fourth floor of Wells Manor, you will be one or two stories above the roof of BL. You will have a clear and unobstructed view of the train tracks, Coastal Trail, Cook Inlet with boats coming and going, Denali, the Alaska range, and Sleeping Lady. BL will block your view of several run down buildings to the East. Over the top of BL you will see the Hotel Captain Cook in the distance and other tall buildings downtown. At the opposite side of the building, three windows have a view toward the South. On the upper floor a bedroom, on the lower floor the dining room and in between the stair landing all have windows with sunny and expansive views to the south. To the South there is the parking area behind Wells Manor, then an open grassy area, then a project being constructed. Plans for this project are not available yet, but it will be a high-end view apartment complex with approximately 15 units with parking beneath the building. It is being built by a family that started a bank in Anchorage and are well-known for their local generosity, and the attractive buildings and parks that bear their name. The complex is being built on the homestead where the family was raised, and the family members involved are taking great sentimental care with the project, and want to create something that will "fit in with the neighborhood".UPGRADE LIST FOR 804 P STREET #4 --This is a partial list and does not include all upgrades and improvements made to Unit 4Kitchen:Walls were opened on both sides of the kitchen to create views in both direction, and cabinetry was expanded. Pantry added.Zodiaq Black Galaxy 3 cm Quartz countertops installed (has a slight sparkle)Upgraded Dayton Large Farmhouse under-mounted sink installedCeramic tile from Turkey was built in as a backsplash on both sides of the kitchenMid-HIgh range Fingerprint-Resistant Stainless steel Appliances from Whirlpool:Whirlpool 6.4 Range with an upgraded Convection Ovenupgraded Whirlpool low-profile Microwave Hood Whirlpool 25 cu ft refer with LED lighting w ice maker and filtered waterWhirlpool 3 cycle 4 option E-Star rated dishwasherNew InSinkerator sink disposal unit installedMaple faced soft close cabinets were made locally and installed. Other improvements on the first floor:All wiring, plumbing and lighting in Kitchen and Living room has been replaced and upgraded. Some heat registers have been replaced. Unit was painted in White Sand from Benjamin Moore. Flooring is Captain's Choice, color is Flaxen. This laminate is far upgraded from most floorings used in Alaska, and is made in 5 layers with a pad attached to provide durability, soundproofing and a good cushion. The product is easy to clean and much easier and less expensive to care for over the years than wood floors. Upgraded wood baseboards were painted and installed upstairs and down.Heatilator Gas Fireplace has been cleaned, serviced and tested and works well. It has a remote controlled starter. The fireplace has a blower, and is an efficient and reasonable source of heat during the winter. Imported natural ceramic tile in matching and contrasting shades was installed around fireplace. Black granite tile installed as a floor hearth on two sides of fireplace.All windows and sliding glass doors upstairs and down were replaced with an upgraded double or triple pane product and new screens about 5 years ago.Natural Birch doors preserved, cleaned and oiled throughout upstairs and down, and fitted with new knobs and hinges. New closet created with two new sliding birch panels near front door, has shelves, hanging area and VacuFlow system.VacuFlow Vacuuming system been cleaned, serviced and tested- has excellent power. Works well on both 1st and 2nd floors.Half bath downstairs has a new mirror, light fixture and vanity, and has new and upgraded plumbing and electrical wiring.Deck lighting and electrical wiring is being replacedImprovements on the second floor:Wiring, plumbing and lighting in hallway and master bedroom has been replaced and upgraded. Some heat registers have been replaced. Upgraded contemporary chandelier installed over stairway.Carpet is Beechwood Berber with Stainmaster Supreme Blue Memory upgraded padding on stairs and through the upper level.Both upstairs bathrooms have new ceramic tile floors, new lighting, plumbing fixtures, mirrors, vanities and tile showers with rain shower heads. One bath has a tub with a specially-installed partial glass wall, and the master bath has a walk-in shower. Both baths have matching tile baseboards.Walls from two rooms and a hallway were removed to make a large master suite with one of the best views in downtown Anchorage. Both closets have starter closet systems that can be embellished and added on to, depending on buyer's needs.Hallway Washer and Drier System upgraded with laundry pedestal. Laundry hookups (electrical and water) replaced and modernized. Shelving installed above WD.Hallway art and book shelves to be installed by California Closets.Utility closet created with sliding birch pocket door and tile floor. Shelving unit and cabinet installed for storage. New 40 gallon Rheem Performance Platinum hot water heater installed and water and electrical hook-ups replaced and upgraded.Art and FurnitureSome of the art, Persian carpets and furniture are available directly from seller on a separate invoice. Ask for a list if you are interested.
Amenities
Property amenities
  • Attached Garage
  • Basement
  • Cable TV Ready
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • Deck
  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Exterior Type: Wood
  • Fireplace
  • Flooring: Laminate
  • Garage
  • Heating system: Baseboard
  • Heating: Gas
  • Laundry: Hookups
  • Laundry: In Unit
  • MLS Listing ID: 18-10156
  • Microwave Oven
  • Oven
  • Parking Lot
  • Patio Balcony
  • Range
  • Refrigerator
  • Roof Type: Asphalt
  • Room Count: 6
  • Sauna
  • Storage Space
  • View Type: City
  • View Type: Mountain
  • View Type: View
  • Washer
  • Washer/Dryer Hookups
  • Water Front
  • Year Built: 1974
Nearby schools
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Students who live in at 804 P Street #4 attend the following Anchorage School District (Unified School District) public schools:
AllPrimaryMiddleHigh
8
out of 10
Inlet View Elementary School
Public
Grades PK - 6
0.4 miles
5
out of 10
Central Middle School
Public
Grades 7 - 8
0.9 miles
6
out of 10
West High School
Public
Grades 9 - 12
1.0 miles
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