MLS# 310392 - 2385 Hughes Ave SW
MLS #310392, located at 2385 Hughes Ave SW in Seattle, Washington, has 3 bedroom(s), 1.75 bathroom(s) and 1912 square feet. Built in 1966, this Single Family is priced at $650,000. For more information about this listing and others like it, contact Nikki Boad at 206-395-8702 or click on the Request Information button below for further assistance.
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|Square Footage:||1912 sqft|
|Full Address:||2385 Hughes Ave SW|
Seattle WA, 98116
Full unobstructable 180+ degree views of Puget Sound and Olympics!! Peaceful haven on dead-end street above Alki Beach! Gorgeous Mid-Century home with all the modern updates! Cathedral ceilings & gleaming hardwood flooring. Fabulous brand new kitchen with granite countertops, custom cabinetry and all new appliances. All new mill work & updated bath on main. Master bedroom, office & bonus room also have the full views! Large view decks accessible from each level! Lots of storage. Lovely gardens!
|Features:||Bath Off Master, Dble Pane/Strm Windw, Dining Room, Fireplace in Mstr BR, Skylights, Vaulted Ceilings|
|Site Features:||Cable TV, Deck, Nat. Gas Available, High Speed Internet|
|Lot Square Footage:||8547|
|Lot Details:||Dead End Street, Paved Street|
|Style:||16-1 Story w/Bsmnt.|
|Bus Line Nearby:||Yes|
|Appliances Included:||Dishwasher, Dryer, Garbage Disposal, Microwave, Range/Oven, Refrigerator, Washer|
|Building Information:||Built On Lot|
|Basement:||Daylight, Fully Finished|
|Floor Covering:||Ceramic Tile, Hardwood, Wall to Wall Carpet|
|Total Covered Parking:||1|
|View:||Bay, Mountain, Sound|
|Junior High:||Madison Mid|
|Senior High:||West Seattle High|
|Power Company||City of Seattle|
|Three Quarters Bathroom||0|
|Sewer Company||City of Seattle|
|Heating and Cooling||Forced Air|
|Lot Topograhy/Vegetation||Fruit Trees, Garden Space, Partial Slope, Terraces|
|Common Community Features|
|Listing Courtesy Of:||Lake & Company|
Did You Know?
Originally the ferries of Puget Sound were run by private companies. Strikes in the 30s caused one company to close down. The other company known as the Black Ball line wanted to raise fares to cover increase wages. When the state said “no” they were forced to shut down as well. The State of Washington bought the ferries to keep them running until “cross-sound” bridges could be built. Since they were never approved, the state continues to run the ferries.