Feel like nobility in a bright and well-maintained 1928 Grand Tudor! Four bedrooms take nothing away from common areas—French doors separate living and dining rooms on the main floor for a barbershop mirror of spaces for entertaining.
The chain of French doors extends to the kitchen, opening to a spacious, partially-covered back porch.
If that’s not enough room to socialize, a basement remodel adds a family room—and for your VIPs, a sitting room opposite the master suite opens to a balcony with a water view.
Not balcony season? Cuddle up in front of a stone fireplace in the living room.
Or take a warm bath in a deep, corner bathtub, and step out into a toasty master bathroom warmed by a second fireplace. No cold feet here!
All this is cradled in sharp brickwork and warm, wood trim.
Believe it or not, this 3,171 square foot palace with a seven-figure price tag and enough common areas to fit three Capitol Hill studios in is among the more modest of Seattle’s Tudor offerings. Back in May, we covered a five-bedroom, three-story Lake Washington Tudor listed for $4.7 million—and just a few months ago, a Kirkland Tudor mansion with a vented cigar lounge listed for $2.6 million.