See this 1928 Brick Tudor with Garden in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood - Listed by Mack McCoy and Cynthia Creasey - NiceSeattleHomes.com
Built in 1928 at the heart of the Tudor era, this light-filled home has special architectural features such as oversized coves, oak hardwood floors throughout the main floor living spaces and fir floors upstairs, mahogany doors and millwork throughout, and tasteful updates for 21st-century lifestyles!
A pleasant front yard leads to a covered porch and the round-top front door welcomes you into the spacious living room, with coffered ceiling, a large picture window on one wall and a massive fireplace with brick hearth flanked by two casement windows; the formal dining room (larger than most Tudors) has a pair of casement windows and an awning window for extra daylight!
Like most Tudors, the kitchen is compact, and it’s fully equipped with newer appliances and modern updates such as subway tile and tiled floors; there’s a convenient side door for easy access to the outside!
A central hallway serves the two main-floor bedrooms, each with coved ceiling and two windows, a full bath with tiled floors and shower surround, and a stair to the basement, which houses a rec room, shop, laundry room, utilities, and provides access to the garage.
Upstairs is a third bedroom with massive attic storage, the stair opens onto a perimeter landing making a great place for a library or play area, and there are two lighted storage areas under the eaves!
Out back, there’s a large deck and patio, a pleasant fenced yard space, and a well-tended garden with mature plantings, raised beds, and room for more! The side yard is planted with lovely ornamentals, and we think you’ll agree that the home has awesome curb appeal and demonstrates true pride-of-ownership! Seatle Real Estate Listing Photography ©2017 Ari Shapiro - AShapiroStudios.com