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Posts made in July, 2016


  • You wont believe this is in Bothell!

    July 22, 2016 /
    Pickett Street Properties Team /

    It’s difficult to find a home that meets all of your needs, and some homeowners might find themselves making sacrifices to find a home that’s good enough. Luckily, no sacrifices need to be made for Pickett Street’s latest listing, a masterfully crafted luxury home in Bothell. Weighing in at more than 4,000 square feet, this stunning property has enough amenities, add-ons, and hidden luxuries to satisfy any homeowner’s needs, and it’s all rendered in a virtuosic blend of stone, metal, and wood. With an elegant game room, an open sports field, a versatile auto shop, and a huge patio, this Bothell home has everything and more.   Accompanied by rich mahogany detailing, this Bothell home’s game room is sure to catch anyone’s eye. The space is perfect for weekly poker games, casual (or not-so-casual) pool competitions, or even just a friendly drink among friends. A sliding barn door connects this space to the great room, a stunning, expansive combination of a living room and a kitchen that promises to become a bustling hub of activity and the life of any party. The living room boasts a linear gas fireplace, wet bar, and access to a courtyard with a patio and…Read more

  • Seattle Duplex

    July 21, 2016 /
    Pickett Street Properties Team /

    Rare opportunity to own a Ballard duplex within walking distance to some of Seattle’s best dining and entertainment. Each unit features 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths and all of the comforts of home. Each unit has a roomy kitchen with a dining area - the upper unit has a glass slider that opens to a balcony boasting gorgeous mountain views, while the lower unit offers a sun room. Large living rooms are anchored by wood burning fireplaces. The master bedrooms feature an en-suite bath and double closets. Spacious basement is a large common area with shared laundry, utility sink, and two large storage rooms. All this, plus a manicured front yard, 3-car parking (2 covered & 1 uncovered) and a desirable location just blocks from shopping and dining on Market Street and public transit to downtown and UW. Great opportunity to live owner-occupied for less, or to secure an investment in a strong rental market. Call Jesse Moore at 425.502.5397 for more information. To download the property flyer as a PDF, click on the link: Seattle DuplexRead more

  • Everett 2-Story

    July 20, 2016 /
    Pickett Street Properties Team /

    This beautiful home in Everett is nestled on a quiet cul-de-sac in the Seattle Hill neighborhood, just east of Mill Creek. Laminate floors flow throughout the main living spaces, stretching across an open concept living room and dining room, and into the family room, boasting a gas fireplace and in-wall audio. The kitchen features a center island and walk-in pantry, and overlooks the family room and dining area, complete with a glass slider to the back yard. Retreat upstairs where you’ll find a large master with a 5-piece bath and huge walk-in closet, a loft area, 2 additional bedrooms and new carpet throughout. Relaxing is a breeze in the spacious, fully fenced back yard showcasing a large patio, fire pit and gazebo, offering a peaceful hideaway among cherry, asian pear and peach trees. With all of these stunning features, plus a 2 car garage, RV parking and garden shed – this home is a must-see. Call Jesse Moore at 425.502.5397 for more information.   To download the property flyer as a PDF, click on the link:  Everett 2-StoryRead more

  • Find the Perfect Home in Bothell!

    July 15, 2016 /
    Pickett Street Properties Team /

    Sometimes, you want all the amenities of living in the city without actually living in the city. While it’s not always easy to have your cake and eat it too, in Bothell you can have the best of both worlds. In close proximity to both Lake Washington and I-405, Bothell enjoys easy access to the city and the slower pace of the suburbs. As such, it’s a great choice for those of us who want to enjoy a Seattle lifestyle without actually living in Seattle proper.   Now part of the Seattle metropolitan area, Bothell began as a much sleepier logging and farming town. The region derives its name from one David Bothell, who built the Bothell Hotel in 1885. Bothell began to grow in stages, first when the railroad came through, and then in the early 20th century when cars became king. With these new transportation options, more and more people could live in Bothell and commute to Seattle for work. So began a trend that crowned Bothell as one of Seattle’s most popular suburbs.   Bothell has experienced something of a renewal in recent years, with city officials and residents alike striving to maintain the city’s charm while…Read more

  • Colorado, Ho! (Part 1)

    July 8, 2016 /
    Pickett Street Properties Team /

    Way out in the wilds of Oregon, an overstuffed hatchback is laboring up the side of a tiny mountain at about eight o’clock in the morning. Though the recommended speed limit is a brisk 70 miles per hour, the wee beleaguered hatchback is huffing and puffing along at a sluggish 35, due to its general and aforementioned overstuffed-ness. Now (if you’ll humor me), let’s peek in the window of this particular hatchback and take a closer look at the driver: keeping his grumbles and complaints to a bare minimum, the driver (who, it’s worth mentioning, is a devilishly handsome fellow) stoically switches on the emergency blinkers and guides his vehicle gamely up the giddy steepness of the mountain slopes while, in the passenger seat beside him, the driver’s patient and long-suffering girlfriend encourages him with well-chosen words bursting with good-natured positivity. There’s a light drizzle pattering over the windshield, and everyone involved is suffering from a more-or-less dramatic lack of caffeine. I mention this seemingly random scenario because it’s exactly the situation I found myself in a few days ago as I set off on yet another move to yet another state. As you probably guessed, I was the driver,…Read more

  • The Art of Seattle Architecture

    July 5, 2016 /
    Pickett Street Properties Team /

    Seattle is famous for many things - coffee, music, natural beauty - but, strangely enough, few people are familiar with the architecture of the Emerald City. Or, if they are familiar with it, their knowledge is probably limited to the Space Needle. This gap might not seem significant for most folks, but to a Seattle native like me, it’s nothing short of a travesty. Seattle is home to some quietly majestic architecture, and the residential construction of Seattle houses is particularly striking. In that case, it’s time that it was recognized. Below, you’ll find some classic styles for Seattle houses. The Seattle Box A quintessential style for Seattle houses, the Seattle Box offers a simple but highly customizable aesthetic. Sometimes called the Four Square, these Seattle houses are primarily characterized by their boxy style, hip roofs, modest dormers, and generously proportioned porches with columns. While the overarching characteristic of the Seattle Box is elegant simplicity, the model is also something of a blank slate and looks great when elements from other styles, such as Craftsman architecture, are added onto it. The Bungalow These Seattle houses exploded onto the scene during the first third of the twentieth century, remaining wildly popular…Read more

  • Kirkland Rambler

    July 1, 2016 /
    Pickett Street Properties Team /

    This reimagined rambler in the Finn Hill neighborhood of Kirkland is a beautiful contemporary retreat. An open layout maximizes the abundance of natural light that spills through oversized windows throughout the main living space. The laminate entry opens to a bright and refreshed living room, complete with wall-to-wall windows, a fireplace with wood insert and new carpet. New laminate floors flow seamlessly from the dining room to the open concept kitchen, boasting stainless steel appliances and quartz counters. The kitchen and dining overlooks a spacious family room with built-ins, huge corner windows and a slider to the large deck and fully fenced back yard. The master features a walk-in closet, private access to the back yard through a glass slider, and an en-suite bath, complete with slate tile and radiant floor heating. With 3 additional bedrooms, a full guest bath and 1-car garage, this home is a must-see. Call Jesse Moore at 425.502.5397 for more information. To download the property flyer as a PDF, click on the link:  Kirkland RamblerRead more