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What It Would be Like to Live in a Catalog

In the resurrection spirit of Easter, we've decided to revive our interest in new-ish builds that have been stuck on the market for quite some time. Take, for example, this West Seattle home built in 2011 by Polygon Northwest. Granted, the outside looks like it could be the smallest house on Wisteria Lane, as it only sports 1,399 sq. ft. But we mostly would like someone to snag this place up and let us know what it's like to live in a catalog, as this purple accented 3-bed, 2.5-bath home has been so well-staged that we can't help but be impressed. Plus, this "300-Point Built Green Certified" home comes with a shiny new fridge, washer and dryer, a fireplace, and a 10-year structural warranty, so you don't have to worry about a thing, especially about the house spontaneously collapsing (if that happens to be a constant fear of yours...). Price tage on catalog living: $289,990.

Listing: 6509 29th Ave SW [Movoto]