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This Magnolia Home & Gardens Used To Be Stocky's Market


As far back as the 1930's, the corner of Bertona and 28th was the place to find Stockey's Market, a local Magnolia grocer. In 1982, Seattle artist Brom Wikstrom bought the building and converted it to a home. The property, which now includes a detached ADU and gardens, is now on the market asking $1.05M. The 2-BR, 1-level main house is built for handicap-accessible living and features a gorgeous south-facing sunroom & patio, just to the side of koi ponds & gardens so picturesque they've been featured in Pacific Northwest Magazine. The 8,400 sq. ft. lot is a real testament to how you can evolve a property long after its initial purpose is done.
· 3255 28th Ave W [Estately]
· A Charmed Corner [Seattle Times]
(H/T: Porch)