If you’ve been following the renovation and resale of Fort Lawton homes in Discovery Park, you know that demand is sky-high and the historic location justifies that interest.
In September, we saw some of the few remaining Officer’s Row homes hit the market. Now for the first time ever, Fort Lawton’s “The Ellicott” is being offered on the open market, asking $2.8 million.
Named after early Seattle pioneer Anna Ellicott, her land donation contributed to the formation of Fort Lawton in 1900. Originally built in 1904, the Ellicott was formerly a residence for senior officers until Fort Lawton closed in 1973.
Located at 4012 Washington Avenue West, the six-bedroom, 6,278 square-foot residence includes four levels of living space, all of which has been refurnished and modernized by GGLO. It sits on a .39-acre lot with unobstructed views of the Olympics and Puget Sound from the wraparound veranda.
Included in the home is all-new plumbing, electrical systems, and heated floors. The renovated kitchen boasts a breakfast parlor, wine fridge, and two ovens.
The third floor features two master bedrooms include spa-like bathrooms and fireplaces. The top floor is where you’ll find an open loft to become your media room, home office, or another bedroom. Downstairs, a fully-finished basement features exposed stone walls and brickwork.
Developer RISE added two car garages to each home on Officer’s Row. GGLO also designed common areas for all local residents that includes a shared pea-patch, children’s playgrounds, and neighborhood fire pit.