Charming 3 bedroom, 1 bath Chelsea Park bungalow lives much larger than may appear. The open-concept kitchen, living and dining room flows effortlessly to the family room and adjacent covered patio creating a year-round outdoor entertainment space.
There’s a deeply-rooted sense of comfort and ease in this 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath Escala condominium. The soothing, color palette and abundant natural light garnered by opening a once-enclosed niche breathe life into this 952sf home.
This coveted SW corner 2 bedroom, 2 bath Escala home is filled with light and grandeur. Whether it be Elliot Bay reflecting throughout the living and dining area or the twinkling lights of 4th Ave, there's a view from every room.
Stunning views abound in this inviting 4 bedrooom, 3.5 bath Weowna Beach home. The open-concept main floor stars a chef’s kitchen with black stainless KitchenAid appliances, gas cooking, double ovens and warm cherry cabinetry.
Perched hillside, overlooking the bustling Issaquah Highlands community with views to Lake Sammamish and beyond, this 4 bedrooom, 2.5 bath home strikes the perfect balance of comfort and sophistication.
The feeling of old-school Hollywood glamour is undeniable in this gorgeous 1 Bedroom, 1.5 bath Escala home. With its sultry color palette, sheer silk draperies and classic art deco furnishings, this home packs a stylish punch.
Voluminous 10.4’ ceilings and a wall of glass set the vibe for this cool, contemporary 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath Escala condo. The spacious open plan is an entertainer’s dream; anchored by a gorgeous Pedini kitchen with slab granite counters and
A spacious layout and modern finishes entwine in this tasteful 2 bedroom, 2 bath Escala condominium. High-end Pedini cabinetry and Bosch appliances are met with custom 5” espresso hardwoods throughout, roomy laundry and work area with sliding barn door,
Cute-as-can-be in the heart of the Central District. This 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath light-filled craftsman cottage will win you over with charm. Environmentally conscious design by David Foster Architects features low-maintenance landscaping