Aged to Perfection

1726 15th Ave #19 Seattle WA 98122 | $312,000 | 540 sq. ft. | 1 Bedrooms, 1 Bath | 1-Car Garage

  • LOCATION

    With a 98 Walk Score, this Capitol Hill location offers potential for car-free living. Seven Hills Park is right next door—use this outdoor oasis like it’s your own backyard and enjoy BBQ amenities and a community garden. And when you’d like even more outdoor space, Cal Anderson Park is just 4 blocks away and Volunteer Park is only 0.8 miles away. 15th Ave is also brimming with destination dining, cute boutiques, local services, grocery shopping, and is home to Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill campus. You’re also just 2 blocks from Pine Street, connecting you to the hustle and bustle of Pike & Pine and much of Capitol Hill’s iconic nightlife, coffee shops, dining, and more. Grocery shopping from this location is also a breeze—both Central Co-op and Safeway are 2 blocks away, and Trader Joe’s is less than 3 blocks away. Everything you might want or need is literally at your fingertips!

  • COMMUTE

    Getting around town is made easy thanks to several transit options all within reach. The Capitol Hill Light Rail Station is only 0.5 miles away making it easy to go north to University of Washington or south all the way to SeaTac Airport (and light rail is only expanding—it’ll go to Northgate in 2021 and the Eastside in 2023, and continue expanding north and south in the years to come!). You’re also surrounded by bus lines (8, 10, 11, 12, 43, etc.) so you can easily hop on a bus going almost any direction you need to go. Residents especially love how direct the commute is to South Lake Union or Downtown Seattle. For those who would like to have a car, residents of this neighborhood get access to four Zone 4 parking passes and 1 visitor pass for free (this particular micro-neighborhood is free due to special subsidization from Kaiser Permanente and Seattle U). Additionally, this particular unit has the potential for access to a rented parking garage in the alley).

  • COMMUNITY

    The Princeton Co-operative offers much more than just a place to live—here, you can become friends with your neighbors and truly become part of a community. When COVID-19 is over, residents are looking forward to enjoying building Christmas parties, summer barbecues, work parties, and board meetings in person once again! And since the Princeton Co-operative is owned and operated by members, you get to have a say in the direction of the building. Recent building projects include a brand new roof that was installed in 2018, and an Airbnb unit that the building collectively owns and operates (e.g., members can rent it nightly for 50% off). The Airbnb helps to keep the building’s funds healthy and is a unique, major asset for residents. Water, sewer, heat, fiber internet, property taxes, building insurance, and free onsite laundry are all covered by your dues (which for this unit is $414/month), and you also get a basement storage unit and access to basement bike storage. Hallway closets are available to rent for extra storage at $20/month. Additionally, this unit’s sellers currently have a garage rented in the alley that offers parking and overhead storage for $225/month that you can arrange taking over. Aso in the works is a front yard landscaping project to freshen up the entryway.

  • UNIT HIGHLIGHTS

    This historic retreat has been aged to perfection over the years. The remodeled kitchen boasts brand new stainless steel appliances, stainless steel counters with a marine edge, a Bosch dishwasher, premium cabinets with soft-close pull-outs, pull-down shelves, and tons of storage. Lower cabinets have electrical access to allow for small appliances (e.g., blender, toaster) to be stored and used on the pull-out drawers. A huge, rare closet with built-in shelving is in the mix as well, and right around the corner, the refreshed bath features a classic clawfoot tub & vintage-inspired design. Plus, temperature controlled radiant heat keeps things comfy. Smart door lock that can be used with pin codes and NFC badges. (At the building’s main entrance, there is a video door intercom with a smartphone app to remotely let guests and deliveries in (currently being installed).)

welcome home

Nestled in the heart of Capitol Hill on 15th Ave, this refreshed top-floor unit in the 1907-built Princeton Co-operative is move-in ready. In addition to charming vintage characters throughout, this thoughtfully upgraded unit promises modern convenience (like high-speed fiber internet!) and access to a rented parking garage in the alley. + MORE

This south-facing gem offers abundant natural light for those of us who are solar powered! You’ll also discover peekaboo views of Downtown Seattle (the sunsets are gorgeous!).

a glance at the neighborhood

ratio of housing type

single family home vs condo

*Based on 2019 data

annual median home price

single family home vs. condo

condo avg. square footage

673

single family avg. square footage

2001

Location Info

Neighborhood: Capitol Hill

commute times

  • 10m to Downtown Seattle
  • 16m to Downtown Seattle
  • 19m to Downtown Bellevue
  • 46m to Downtown Bellevue
  • 98 Walk Score®

listing highlights

South-facing unit offers abundant natural light
High-speed fiber internet
98 Walk Score
0.5 miles to Capitol Hill Light Rail Station
Access to four free Zone 4 parking passes
Accèss to rented garage
Stainless steel appliances & counter
Huge closet for abundant storage
Brand new roof installed in 2018
Peekaboo views of Downtown Seattle

LOCATION

With a 98 Walk Score, this Capitol Hill location offers potential for car-free living. Seven Hills Park is right next door—use this outdoor oasis like it’s your own backyard and enjoy BBQ amenities and a community garden. And when you’d like even more outdoor space, Cal Anderson Park is just 4 blocks away and Volunteer Park is only 0.8 miles away. 15th Ave is also brimming with destination dining, cute boutiques, local services, grocery shopping, and is home to Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill campus. You’re also just 2 blocks from Pine Street, connecting you to the hustle and bustle of Pike & Pine and much of Capitol Hill’s iconic nightlife, coffee shops, dining, and more. Grocery shopping from this location is also a breeze—both Central Co-op and Safeway are 2 blocks away, and Trader Joe’s is less than 3 blocks away. Everything you might want or need is literally at your fingertips!

COMMUTE

Getting around town is made easy thanks to several transit options all within reach. The Capitol Hill Light Rail Station is only 0.5 miles away making it easy to go north to University of Washington or south all the way to SeaTac Airport (and light rail is only expanding—it’ll go to Northgate in 2021 and the Eastside in 2023, and continue expanding north and south in the years to come!). You’re also surrounded by bus lines (8, 10, 11, 12, 43, etc.) so you can easily hop on a bus going almost any direction you need to go. Residents especially love how direct the commute is to South Lake Union or Downtown Seattle. For those who would like to have a car, residents of this neighborhood get access to four Zone 4 parking passes and 1 visitor pass for free (this particular micro-neighborhood is free due to special subsidization from Kaiser Permanente and Seattle U). Additionally, this particular unit has the potential for access to a rented parking garage in the alley).

COMMUNITY

The Princeton Co-operative offers much more than just a place to live—here, you can become friends with your neighbors and truly become part of a community. When COVID-19 is over, residents are looking forward to enjoying building Christmas parties, summer barbecues, work parties, and board meetings in person once again! And since the Princeton Co-operative is owned and operated by members, you get to have a say in the direction of the building. Recent building projects include a brand new roof that was installed in 2018, and an Airbnb unit that the building collectively owns and operates (e.g., members can rent it nightly for 50% off). The Airbnb helps to keep the building’s funds healthy and is a unique, major asset for residents. Water, sewer, heat, fiber internet, property taxes, building insurance, and free onsite laundry are all covered by your dues (which for this unit is $414/month), and you also get a basement storage unit and access to basement bike storage. Hallway closets are available to rent for extra storage at $20/month. Additionally, this unit’s sellers currently have a garage rented in the alley that offers parking and overhead storage for $225/month that you can arrange taking over. Aso in the works is a front yard landscaping project to freshen up the entryway.

UNIT HIGHLIGHTS

This historic retreat has been aged to perfection over the years. The remodeled kitchen boasts brand new stainless steel appliances, stainless steel counters with a marine edge, a Bosch dishwasher, premium cabinets with soft-close pull-outs, pull-down shelves, and tons of storage. Lower cabinets have electrical access to allow for small appliances (e.g., blender, toaster) to be stored and used on the pull-out drawers. A huge, rare closet with built-in shelving is in the mix as well, and right around the corner, the refreshed bath features a classic clawfoot tub & vintage-inspired design. Plus, temperature controlled radiant heat keeps things comfy. Smart door lock that can be used with pin codes and NFC badges. (At the building’s main entrance, there is a video door intercom with a smartphone app to remotely let guests and deliveries in (currently being installed).)

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