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Open House Sun, Feb 3rd 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

January 30, 2008 by  
Filed under Bellora

2 Bedroom 1.75 Bath $625,000

Bellora BuildingPrice: $625,000
MLS#: 28007173
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1.75
Square Feet: 1192

SLIDESHOW/PICS

Urban Oasis in one of Seattle’s finest buildings. This bright corner unit features a very large private deck; luxurious Gourmet Kitchen w/ innovative concrete countertop, gas cooking, high quality wood cabinets, ss appls; Master Suite w/ sumptuous bath; hardwoods; custom wall bed in 2nd Bedroom (doubles as a great office); central A/C; quite concrete & steel building; secured parking (handicapped space); large storage. All this and close to the Sculpture Park & all that Belltown has to offer.

Belltown Studio 1 Bath $315,000

Price: $315,000
MLS#: 28015578
Bedrooms: 0
Bathrooms: 1
Square Feet: 494

SLIDESHOW/PICS

Contemporary Studio / one Bath unit at the splendid Bellora. Floor to ceiling windows capture city views and sunlight. Well-appointed Gourmet Kitchen with creative concrete countertops, gas cooking, high quality wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances. Central A/C, fabulous light maple flooring, quiet concrete & steel building. Deeded secured parking & large storage. Fantastic water view Common Area. All this and close to the Sculpture Park & all that Belltown has to offer.

DIRECTIONS

Bellora Building

2716 Elliott Ave 308
Seattle, WA 98121

Comments

3 Responses to “Open House Sun, Feb 3rd 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm”
  1. If you go to the Bellora profile on this blog and view all listings, you’ll see another unit the same as #604 but $5k more and doesn’t include parking. For the price, especially considering an included parking space, 604 looks like a great deal when compared to 703. What’s the difference in views? Are they similar?

  2. Staci says:

    Hey Justin,
    The unit on the 7th floor has what some might say a nicer view than the 6th floor, however it does not include a parking spot. Parking is a premium in any building downtown Seattle. I actually strongly encourage my clients not to buy property that doesn’t have a deeded parking space associated with. I’m always thinking in terms of re-sale. It is so difficult to sell a property without parking, that’s really the bottom line. We all love our cars too, and our cars deserve to have a home.

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