1539 14th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144
Open Houses: Saturday, August 17th: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Sunday, August 18th: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
For More Information, Please Call Christine Holcomb of Van Wyck & Porter Real Estate at (206) 673 - 3409
- 4 Star Built Green
- Rooftop Decks with Space for Entertaining
- Elegant Fixtures and Lighting
- Open Layouts for Living Spaces
- Slab Quartz Countertops
- Bertazzoni Kitchen Appliance Suite
- Public Transportation Options Nearby - See the Transit Tab Below
*Built by Hughes Homes
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Here are the top spots we think you'll love.
North Beacon Hill is a diverse, up-and-coming neighborhood with a unique and eclectic personality. A quick commute to downtown Seattle makes this a fantastic choice for anyone who wants to be close to employment and all the action of downtown without paying the downtown price tag. In addition to a wide variety of restaurant and shopping choices, the hillside location provides excellent views of downtown Seattle, the waterfront, and other areas of the city.
Counter-serve Japanese joint turning out teriyaki, tempura & noodle dishes in snug, spartan quarters
Margaritas, fish tacos & other Mexican classics offered in a laid-back eatery with sidewalk seating.
Friendly, counter serve joint serving up Asian/Hawaiian-style plate lunches, baked goods & beer.
Clubby new American kitchen focused on classic comfort food & cocktails amidst classic cars.
The Barbeque Pit
Inviting, cash-only barbecue joint serving perfectly smoked meats along with sandwiches, dinner options, sides, and desserts.
Neighborhood cafe serving carefully sourced coffee, espresso drinks, tea & snacks in a snug space.
Cozy hangout serving coffee, pastries, beer & wine with WiFi & patio seating in a rustic space.
Fresh Flours Beacon Hill
Cute espresso bar with an impressive selection of delicious pastries as well as sandwiches and other savory items.
Victrola Coffee Roaster
Cafe featuring a neighborhood map on the wall, a library shelf & foam art atop espresso drinks.
FareStart @ 2100 Cafe
Coffee drinks, sandwiches & pastries from a cafe with a work training program for the homeless.
Brownrigg Hard Cider
Offering tasty, creative and innovative hard ciders products to Seattle we use Washington State apple juice and often flavor with home grown ingredients.
Lively taproom featuring a rotating drafts selection complemented by free peanuts & arcade games.
Circa-1908 building houses a giant eatery serving pub grub standards & vast beer options.
West Wall Bar
Located inside Seattle Bouldering Project, West Wall Bar provides a space for climbers and non-climbers alike to gather for coffee, drinks, and food in a casual atmosphere.
Tippe and Drague Alehouse
Quaint spot for rotating local craft beers on tap & pub food made with sustainable ingredients.
Warehouse-style choice for sporting goods like hunting, camping & fishing gear & apparel.
Hilltop Red Apple
Grocery store selling produce, meat, seafood & deli items, plus a large selection of beer & wine.
A bicycle shop dedicated to meeting the diverse ridership needs of the Beacon Hill neighborhood.
Longstanding local chain of fabric stores for bolts of diverse fabrics plus trims & brocades.
Rainier Farmers Market
Produce market with a wide range of vegetables and fruits for both wholesale and retail clients
Dr. Jose Rizal Park
Public green space with views of the bay & downtown plus a small playground & dog off-leash area.
Northwest African American Museum
An intimate museum that focuses on spreading knowledge, understanding, and enjoyment of the histories, arts and cultures of people of African descent for the enrichment of all.
Seattle Children's PlayGarden
A park complete with a garden and play structures where children of all abilities can enjoy a safe, accessible, and adventurous place to play.
Studio with drop-in dance classes & events, plus private lessons & practice sessions for weddings.
Concert venue featuring a roomy main hall & an intimate lounge with its own stage.
Bus Route 36
Travels from Othello Station to Beacon Hill to Downtown Seattle.
Bus Route 60
Travels from Westwood Village to Beacon Hill to Broadway.
Bus Route 107
Travels from Renton Transit Center to Rainier Beach.
Beacon Hill Station
Station for the Link light rail, which travels between University of Washington Station and Sea-Tac Airport.
Bus Route 7
Travels from Prentice Street/Rainier Beach to Downtown Seattle.
Bus Route 106
Travels from Renton Transit Center to Downtown Seattle.
Bus Route 9
Travels from Rainier Beach to Columbia City to Broadway.
Bus Route 48
Travels from Mt Baker Transit Center to University District
Bus Route 4
Travels from Queen Anne Hill to Downtown Settle to Madrona/Judkins Park.
Bus Route 8
Travels from Seattle Center to Capitol Hill to Mt Baker Transit Center.