Socially distant, yet close to it all!

1709 25th Ave Seattle, WA 98122 | $1,199,880 | 1,864 sq. ft. | 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths

  • LOCATION

    Fine dining, bakeries, grocery stores, cute shops, salons, schools, parks, gyms, bus stops, and more are all no more than half a mile away. The beautiful Homer Harris Park is practically right across the street, and you don’t have to stroll far to find more green spaces with playgrounds, peaceful benches, and perfect picnic spots. Madison Street is just 0.2 miles away, and along here you’ll find quick and easy access to Safeway, and just up the street in Capitol Hill just half a mile away you’ll find Trader Joe’s and The Central Co-Op for even more great grocery shopping. Head in the opposite direction towards the valley, and places like The Essential Bakery Cafe, LUC, Cafe Flora, Voila! Bistro, Aglio e Olio, Jae’s Asian Bistro and Sushi, Simply Soulful, City People’s Garden Store, Nishino, Belle Epicurean Bakery, and much, much more make up this charming community.

  • COMMUTE

    One of the major perks of Madison Valley is the prime location that makes it easy to commute both to Downtown Seattle and over to the Eastside. The #2 bus on Union Street is merely 4 blocks away, and you can take it through Capitol Hill to all of the medical facilities on First Hill and then all the way into the heart of Downtown Seattle. If you need to get to the Eastside, you’re only 5 minutes to hop on the 520 Bridge and only 7 minutes to get on the I-90 bridge.

  • AWESOME NEIGHBORS

    This townhome is unique in that it’s wonderfully “socially distanced” and stands alone in a 4-unit complex. We love that all of these townhome owners seem to do a fantastic job maintaining everything, which is a big deal. Sometimes it can be scary buying in a new complex where there are more units—you never know what you’re going to get, and we see lots of townhouse complexes where things can get a bit run down because no one is maintaining anything. And of course, this affects your value. Here, the place looks better than new—the walkways are perfect and clean and everything is kept neat.

  • QUARANTINE COMFORT

    As we all stay home more often these days, many people are re-evaluating what they want in a home. In addition to wanting more indoor space, they want to live in peaceful neighborhoods with lots of green space. Not only is Madison Valley dotted with tranquil parks, but there’s also the 230-acre Washington Park Arboretum, which includes Seattle Japanese Garden. You can also head down to Madison Park Beach for swimming and sunbathing on the shores of shimmering Lake Washington. But you don’t have to leave home to get some fresh air—you’ve got a rooftop deck where you can watch Seafair festivities, entertain guests in the open air, and have barbecues all summer long.

welcome home

As soon as you arrive home, the pride of ownership is immediately evident with not only this gorgeous townhome but with the entire 4-unit group! Lovingly maintained both inside and out, this Madison Valley gem offers the opportunity to be part of a picturesque little community in a neighborhood that has it all. Not only do you get to live in a pristine setting, but this beauty is big, wide and bright… plus you’ve got a huge rooftop deck with views of Mt. Rainier and little peekaboo views of the lake! + MORE

Madison Valley is one of Seattle’s most comfortable neighborhoods—this is the closest you can be to urban convenience without being in the center of it all. Capitol Hill is mere blocks away right up the street, yet you’re surrounded by scenic greenspaces, large sidewalks that offer views of your neighbor’s beautifully maintained yards, and plenty of parking! This townhome comes with 2 wonderfully wide parking spaces and there’s a 3rd spot you can rent, and your parking spot is in the back making it easy to hook up an electric car.

a glance at the neighborhood

ratio of housing type

single family home vs condo

*Based on 2020 data

annual median home price

single family home vs. condo

condo avg. square footage

927

single family avg. square footage

1628

Location Info

Neighborhood: Madison Valley

commute times

  • 16m to Downtown Seattle
  • 30m to Downtown Seattle
  • 15m to Downtown Bellevue
  • 53m to Downtown Bellevue
  • 86 Walk Score®

listing highlights

Large roof deck with views
Standalone townhome + well-maintained 4-unit group
Blocks to bus stops
Surrounded by destination parks + greenspace
Easy access to Downtown Seattle + Eastside
Plenty of parking
Blocks to destination dining, shopping + salons
Open-concept layout filled with natural light

LOCATION

Fine dining, bakeries, grocery stores, cute shops, salons, schools, parks, gyms, bus stops, and more are all no more than half a mile away. The beautiful Homer Harris Park is practically right across the street, and you don’t have to stroll far to find more green spaces with playgrounds, peaceful benches, and perfect picnic spots. Madison Street is just 0.2 miles away, and along here you’ll find quick and easy access to Safeway, and just up the street in Capitol Hill just half a mile away you’ll find Trader Joe’s and The Central Co-Op for even more great grocery shopping. Head in the opposite direction towards the valley, and places like The Essential Bakery Cafe, LUC, Cafe Flora, Voila! Bistro, Aglio e Olio, Jae’s Asian Bistro and Sushi, Simply Soulful, City People’s Garden Store, Nishino, Belle Epicurean Bakery, and much, much more make up this charming community.

COMMUTE

One of the major perks of Madison Valley is the prime location that makes it easy to commute both to Downtown Seattle and over to the Eastside. The #2 bus on Union Street is merely 4 blocks away, and you can take it through Capitol Hill to all of the medical facilities on First Hill and then all the way into the heart of Downtown Seattle. If you need to get to the Eastside, you’re only 5 minutes to hop on the 520 Bridge and only 7 minutes to get on the I-90 bridge.

AWESOME NEIGHBORS

This townhome is unique in that it’s wonderfully “socially distanced” and stands alone in a 4-unit complex. We love that all of these townhome owners seem to do a fantastic job maintaining everything, which is a big deal. Sometimes it can be scary buying in a new complex where there are more units—you never know what you’re going to get, and we see lots of townhouse complexes where things can get a bit run down because no one is maintaining anything. And of course, this affects your value. Here, the place looks better than new—the walkways are perfect and clean and everything is kept neat.

QUARANTINE COMFORT

As we all stay home more often these days, many people are re-evaluating what they want in a home. In addition to wanting more indoor space, they want to live in peaceful neighborhoods with lots of green space. Not only is Madison Valley dotted with tranquil parks, but there’s also the 230-acre Washington Park Arboretum, which includes Seattle Japanese Garden. You can also head down to Madison Park Beach for swimming and sunbathing on the shores of shimmering Lake Washington. But you don’t have to leave home to get some fresh air—you’ve got a rooftop deck where you can watch Seafair festivities, entertain guests in the open air, and have barbecues all summer long.

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