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Posts made in March, 2010

  • Shoreline Lakefront Condo

    March 26, 2010 /
    Pickett Street Properties Team /

    Superb Lakefront Townhome-style Condo with stunning water views from the living room, kitchen and master suite! 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1495sf home offers exceptional commuters location, with Aurora Village Transit Center across the street. Walk to shopping- Home Depot, Costco, Starbucks, all within 1 block. Steps from the Interurban trail, and Echo Lake Park. 2 decks- 1 lakefront, 1 set into the building and protected from wind/weather. Attached 1-car garage, and storage room. It's all Here! Property Flyer: Shoreline Lakefront CondoRead more

  • Sanctuary in Shoreline

    March 25, 2010 /
    Pickett Street Properties Team /

    Perched at the necks of tall timbers and situated between two vacant lots, this custom-built 3 bedroom, 2.25 bath home offers privacy and style in an urban location. Beautiful living room with hardwood floors and coved ceilings is warmed by a wood stove set into an arched brick alcove. Family room with vaulted ceilings and skylights is wrapped in windows and is a nest of ambiance and light. Master suite has custom finishes including vaulted tongue-and-groove pine ceilings, stone faux fireplace, master bathroom and walk-in closet. Lower bonus room has sauna and granite floors with radiant heat. Two detached storage spaces, including one well-insulated space with a window that could be used as a studio or office. Want to get above it all? This is your chance! Property Flyer: Shoreline.pdfRead more

  • Happy St. Patrick’s Day – from the Irishman of the Pickett Street Team!

    March 17, 2010 /
    Andy O'Shea /

    St. Patrick’s Day is always a special celebration for me - even though I’m a few generations removed from actually being very Irish. But I do know that my O’Shea family originally came from County Cork and County Kerry in Ireland. I also know that I’ve been saving money so that my wife and I can go tour castles in Ireland on our 20th wedding anniversary! If you decide to experience some authentic Irish celebrations – here are a few local Irish Restaurants and PUBs: Seattle area: Kell’s Irish Restaurant and Pub – Pike Place Market, 1916 Post Alley, 206-728-1916 (come early!) The Dubliner – Fremont, 3405 Fremont Ave N, 206-634-3161 Fado Irish Pub – Downtown, 801 First Ave, 206-264-2700 Paddy Coyne’s – Lake Union Northend: Mick Finster’s Pub & Grill – Edmonds, 24001 Hwy 99, 425-775-2121 Shawn O’Donnell’s Rest. & Pub – South Everett, 122 128th St SE, 425-338-5700 The Irishman – Downtown Everett, 2923 Colby Ave, 425-374-5783 Eastside: JJ Mahoney’s – Redmond, 8932 161st Ave NE, 425-558-1866 Wilde Rover Irish Pub – Kirkland, 111 Central Way, 425-822-8940 Celtic Bayou – Redmond, 7281 Sammamish Pkwy NE, 425-881-0704 (shuttle bus from Marymoor Park every 15 mins from 4pm to 2am)…Read more

  • Lodge-Style Custom Log Home in Snohomish County

    March 12, 2010 /
    Dennis S. Pearce /

    Embodying everything 'Lodge', at 4500 square feet, with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and 3-car garage, on 1.75 wooded acres located midway between Bothell and Snohomish, off Highway 9 in Cathcart, this home offers refuge from the hustle and bustle. There is a primeval connection between humans and nature that makes it impossible for us to step through the door of a log home without acknowledging the union of beauty and emotion that occurs when nature's raw materials are rendered skillfully into architectural bliss. Only the blackest of hearts could remain unmoved by a tour through a home this exceptional. Even if your bell is only rung by the sleek chromes, blacks and whites of Modern architecture, or your heart simply sings at the sight of a freshly reworked turn-of-the-century Craftsman, I defy you to resist the tug of that portion of the human genome that has no memory of plastic. Inhale the spruce and cedar scented air, slide your stockinged feet on the gleaming maple floors, and gaze into the open-beamed log rafters 21' overhead as you melt into a chair in the living room, heated by that most primal of all elements- fire; held captive in the Bitterroot Granite and…Read more