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Modern Urban Nirvana

1806 E John Street, Seattle, WA 98112 | $975,000 | 2 bedrooms, 1.75 baths | 1,504 sq. ft | 1-Car Parking

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Designed and built by gProjects, this uber-modern urban dwelling is not your run-of-the-mill townhome! Replete with captivating architectural details, this expansive south-facing sanctuary features a layout that wraps its way around soaring 3-story ceilings. Huge skylights, gorgeous built-ins, and custom elements make up this rare Capitol Hill townhome.

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  • $975,000 Price
  • 1,504 SF
  • 2 BED
  • 1.75 kkkkkkkkkkkk
  • N/A GARAGE

CONTEMPORARY DESIGN WITH A CONSCIENCE

Designed and built by gProjects, this Capitol Hill townhome showcases some of the very best work by this well-known local builder. gProjects motto is “Contemporary Homes with a Conscience,” and they are known for “embracing sustainable practices, locally sourced materials.” This Built Green townhome shows off beautiful reclaimed wood on the outside alongside the concrete panels, for example. Expand

LOCATION

Parks, dining, bars, shopping, medical services, and really anything else you could want are all just blocks away. Miller Park is only 2 blocks away and here you’ll find a playfield, basketball court, tennis/pickleball courts, a playground, and a community center. Grocery shopping is easy from this location and you’ll find Central Co-Op, Trader Joe’s, and 2 Safeways all less than half a mile away. Fantastic dining options await along 19th Ave and 15th Ave whether you’re in search of a perfect cup of coffee, a swanky spot to grab dinner, amazing dessert, or artisanal cocktails. In fact, both of these Capitol Hill streets are brimming with so many neat spots we even have 2 entire blog posts highlighting what makes them so special! Check out “How to Spend a Day on 15th Ave in Seattle’s Capitol Hill Neighborhood” and “A Day of Delicious Destination Dining on 19th Ave in Capitol Hill.” ” Expand

COMMUTE

Residents of this neighborhood have hit the commuting jackpot! Several prime bus routes have stops less than a block away, including the #8 bus (which will take you right into South Lake Union) the #43 bus (hop on it to get to University District), and the #12 bus (which will take you down Madisen to First Hill). The Microsoft Connector also picks up practically just steps away by the Miller Playfield. The Capitol Hill Light Rail Station is also close by—this transit hub is only 0.6 miles away and here you can hop on the light rail to head north to UW or south all the way to SeaTac International Airport. Driving from this particular location is also easy—Interstate-5, the I-90 Bridge, and the 520-Bridge are all just 6-8 minutes away. Expand

OUTDOOR LIVING

Living in the heart of Capitol Hill doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice having outdoor spaces all to yourself! This townhome is unique in that you don’t have to maintain a yard, yet you have a few different options for enjoying the fresh air! A lovely patio area awaits as soon as you arrive home, and here you can create a fabulous oasis perfect for hanging out with your besties on sunny days. At the back of the home, an even larger patio area is yours as well, and this secluded getaway is absolutely dreamy. Host summertime soirée, and sip on cocktails here before heading out for a night on the town! And finally, yet another outdoor retreat can be found just off of the primary suite; a balcony perch here lets you take in views of Mt. Rainier and Lake Washington. Expand

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STATS & LOCATION

Median Home Price

Commute Times

  • 9mto Amazon Spheres

  • 28mto Amazon Spheres

  • 14mto Microsoft Redmond

  • 34mto Microsoft Redmond

From the Neighbors

15th Ave is like its own little city. It's easily walkable and you can find grocery shopping, cute boutiques, salons, and so many bars and restaurants that it's been dubbed as "restaurant row.”

- Alyssa C.

Happy at Home Client

Seven Hills Park is lovely little postage stamp park that used to be a church parking lot.

- Ben P.

Happy at Home Client

Ada's Technical Books & Cafe on 15th Ave is the best place for coffee! You can also grab a small bite to eat here, and browse their shop. It's also a great spot to work on your laptop.

- Alyssa C.

Happy at Home Client

The street tree canopy is a wonderful sight.

- Ben P.

Happy at Home Client

There are so many beautiful sidewalk-lined streets with big, old houses and gorgeous gardens to admire. It's the perfect quiet setting to go for a run or walk your dog.

- Alyssa C.

Happy at Home Client

listing highlights

Refinished hardwood floors
Fresh paint inside & out
Abundant natural light (south-facing + huge skylights)
Secluded end unit
Huge lofted primary suite on the top floor
2 bedrooms on middle level
1-car parking
Views of Mt. Rainier and Lake Washington from primary suite balcony

CONTEMPORARY DESIGN WITH A CONSCIENCE

Designed and built by gProjects, this Capitol Hill townhome showcases some of the very best work by this well-known local builder. gProjects motto is “Contemporary Homes with a Conscience,” and they are known for “embracing sustainable practices, locally sourced materials.” This Built Green townhome shows off beautiful reclaimed wood on the outside alongside the concrete panels, for example.

LOCATION

Parks, dining, bars, shopping, medical services, and really anything else you could want are all just blocks away. Miller Park is only 2 blocks away and here you’ll find a playfield, basketball court, tennis/pickleball courts, a playground, and a community center. Grocery shopping is easy from this location and you’ll find Central Co-Op, Trader Joe’s, and 2 Safeways all less than half a mile away. Fantastic dining options await along 19th Ave and 15th Ave whether you’re in search of a perfect cup of coffee, a swanky spot to grab dinner, amazing dessert, or artisanal cocktails. In fact, both of these Capitol Hill streets are brimming with so many neat spots we even have 2 entire blog posts highlighting what makes them so special! Check out “How to Spend a Day on 15th Ave in Seattle’s Capitol Hill Neighborhood” and “A Day of Delicious Destination Dining on 19th Ave in Capitol Hill.” ”

COMMUTE

Residents of this neighborhood have hit the commuting jackpot! Several prime bus routes have stops less than a block away, including the #8 bus (which will take you right into South Lake Union) the #43 bus (hop on it to get to University District), and the #12 bus (which will take you down Madisen to First Hill). The Microsoft Connector also picks up practically just steps away by the Miller Playfield. The Capitol Hill Light Rail Station is also close by—this transit hub is only 0.6 miles away and here you can hop on the light rail to head north to UW or south all the way to SeaTac International Airport. Driving from this particular location is also easy—Interstate-5, the I-90 Bridge, and the 520-Bridge are all just 6-8 minutes away.

OUTDOOR LIVING

Living in the heart of Capitol Hill doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice having outdoor spaces all to yourself! This townhome is unique in that you don’t have to maintain a yard, yet you have a few different options for enjoying the fresh air! A lovely patio area awaits as soon as you arrive home, and here you can create a fabulous oasis perfect for hanging out with your besties on sunny days. At the back of the home, an even larger patio area is yours as well, and this secluded getaway is absolutely dreamy. Host summertime soirée, and sip on cocktails here before heading out for a night on the town! And finally, yet another outdoor retreat can be found just off of the primary suite; a balcony perch here lets you take in views of Mt. Rainier and Lake Washington.

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