There are few better views in Seattle than the one from the cliffs at the edge of Magnolia. Of course you usually have to pay for those views. The residence at 3253 Perkins Lane W offers you a bit of a trade-off. The $675,000 price is lower than what you'd expect to pay in this pricey edge of a neighborhood that's already pricey to begin with. But that price gets you a 525 square-foot tiny cottage. Of course, some people might not see that as much of a trade-off after all.
Built in 1930, this one-bedroom home is tucked away amongst the larger houses but still has a straight-ahead view at Puget Sound from it's tree-lined location. The cozy interiors feature wood ceilings, a wood burning stove, and a full kitchen. The outdoor deck is a prime location to look out on the water from.
It's like an in-city retreat that doesn't feel all that in-city. And yet, you're close to Discovery Park and have easy access to the rest of Seattle when you want it.
· 3253 Perkins Lane W [Windermere]