Listed for $700,000 | sold for $815,131
Planes, trains, & buses; cars are optional! Stroll from Columbia City & the Light Rail to the quaint newer neighborhood of Rainier Vista. A proper home disguised as an end unit townhouse, enjoy a massive 5,000 sq. ft. fenced yard maintained by the community & a rare two car garage. Enter onto the light filled main level living room and spacious kitchen offering new stainless steal appliances, granite counters, and large island perfect for entertaining. Another rare townhouse feature boasted by this Rainier Vista home is ALL three bedrooms are up stairs. This includes an upgraded master suite. You’ll appreciate the finished lower level bonus room too! Your next home awaits you in a rapidly growing neighborhood.
Living directly off the Columbia City Light Rail stop is nothing short of amazing and not fully understood until you experience it. Expand
Let someone else handle the house chores while you enjoy drinks, food and friends at Columbia City Ale house. Come check out Rainer Vista and see what you think. Expand
Our Columbia City home boasts a large two car garage with plenty of storage, three bedrooms and two bathrooms on the upper floor, plus a HUGE 5000 sq. ft. yard! Expand
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With so many benefits associated with living in Columbia City’s Rainier Vista it’s difficult to pick out which feature is key… Well not so hard really. It’s LOCATION! Living directly off the Columbia City Light Rail stop is nothing short of amazing and not fully understood until you experience it. Pop on the train and be transported across the city with no traffic, stress, or delays. Link Light Rail runs every 4 minutes so no need to worry about missing a train. Pop over to North Beacon in 5 minutes, Stadiums in 10 minutes, Westlake in 20 minutes, Capitol Hill in 25 minutes and to the airport in 19 minutes. No fuss, no stress and always on time. Discover why everyone is moving to South Seattle!
It wasn’t so long ago that planned developments did not get the recognition from Seattleites they deserved. There are very few planned communities in Seattle so folks didn’t understand the benefits. This has changed today. Seattle buyers are busy, and a life of experiences takes president over dated perceptions. What does a planned community provide you might ask. For start, all the homes are similar vintage, well maintained and gather around outdoor spaces that foster closer communities. You also get your gardening done, lawns mowed and much of your exterior maintenance provided for you. Rainier Vista is well managed and helps it’s savvy owners live life to the fullest. Let’s face it, having your roof repaired is not a fun upgrade. Let someone else handle It while you enjoy drinks, food and friends at Columbia City Ale house. Come check out Rainer Vista and see what you think.
When you think of a town house you think of bedrooms separated by multiple floors, no garage or maybe a one car garage that doesn’t fit your car along with skinny spaces you’ll find hard to furnish. Not here! Our Columbia City home boasts a large two car garage with plenty of storage, three bedrooms and two bathrooms on the upper floor, Large living spaces and a massive kitchen with long island. This home even has a proper laundry room and pantry. But I saved the best for last. This Columbia city “townhouse” also sports a fenced 5000 square foot lot with massive yard and a beautiful Oak tree that gives the impression your living a tree house. If you have puppies or want puppies but homes in the area have left your price point then this home might be your perfect solution. You have to see to believe.
What’s not to love about Columbia City. There is something about the people that choose to live in Columbia City. They’re a little more in-tuned with Seattle’s culture. The shops in Columbia City reflect that Seattle vibe perfectly. You got your butcher, baker, and candle stick maker but much more too. Pop in to a live show at the Columbia City Theater, go out with friends to the Royal Room for some live jazz, brunch at Geraldine’s, or maybe a game night at Columbia City Ale house (famous in my book for their Rubin Sandwich) If your needs are more domestic a stop at PCC might be in order. Whatever you need Columbia City has it.