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1703 NW 62nd St
Seattle, WA 98107
- Full Bosch Stainless Steel Kitchen Appliance Suite
- Dedicated Bike Rack for Each Home
- Ultra-Large Capacity Stackable Washer and Dryer
- Ring Pro Video Doorbell
- Quartz Slab Counters in the Kitchen and Bathrooms
- Rooftop Decks with Low Maintenance Composite Decking
- Constructed using AeroBarrier - an air sealing technology that finds and remove leaks
- Covered Patios on Select Floor Plans
- 4 Star Built Green
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Constructed with AeroBarrier, an air sealing technology that finds and remove leaks, which results in greater energy efficiency and lower utility bills
Eco-conscious James Hardie® siding
Ply Gem Pro Series window package
Generously sized roof decks with BBQ gas stub and low-maintenance composite decking
Select floor plans with covered patios off the kitchens
Ring Pro video doorbells
Dedicated bike rack for each home
4 Star Built Green
Mini-split heating + cooling
Low VOC paint, formaldehyde-free millwork where possible, energy efficient lighting
Evoke flooring in the living areas
Solid core interior doors
Ultra-large capacity stackable washer and dryer
Centrally located data outlets for better WiFi connectivity
Tankless water heater
Slab quartz kitchen countertops with single bowl, stainless undermount sink
Bosch stainless steel gourmet appliance suite
Polished chrome faucet and fixtures
Sleek, European-inspired cabinetry with soft-close technology
Under cabinet lighting + under sink cabinet with pullout utility drawer
USB port for connectivity
Slab quartz countertops and backsplash with undermount sink in master bath
Porcelain tile shower surrounds in master bath with tiled, mud set pan
Porcelain tile flooring
Sleek, European-inspired cabinetry with soft-close technology
Polished chrome faucets and fixtures
Niagara Stealth 0.8 gpf toilets
Disclaimer: Features listed are for general information only. Final specifications, features, floorplans, colors and finishes may vary and/or change at any time without notice. Photos are not representative of actual product.
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Ballard is one of Seattle’s hippest neighborhoods with a unique and eclectic personality. The lively restaurants, boutiques, and bar scene on Ballard Avenue creates a bustling vibe that is only boosted by the salty fresh air from the nearby shore and historic brick buildings in the heart of the neighborhood. When you’ve had your fill of the lively old town atmosphere, take a trip to Ballard’s Golden Gardens Park, where you’ll find picnic areas, fire pits, and a sandy beach with incredible views. Or take a trip to the Ballard Locks, where you can watch the boats travel to and from the sound or catch a glimpse of the spawning salmon. If any place in Seattle can be said to have it all, Ballard is near perfect.
No Bones Beach Club
Lively space doling out ambitious vegan fare & tiki cocktails amidst tropical decor.
Classic French technique meets local ingredients in a breezy, sophisticated space.
Stylish, cash-only eatery offering traditional & modern Korean dishes, plus rotating kimchi options.
8oz. Burger & Co
Upscale burger joint offering all-natural burgers & craft cocktails amid cowboy-themed decor.
Staple & Fancy
Brick-walled Italian eatery by chef Ethan Stowell, with a rotating menu & 4-course tasting option.
Biscuit & Bean Ballard
Cozy coffee shop with an open kitchen baking many varieties of sweet & savory biscuits.
Croissants, sweet & savory pastries, quiche & coffee served in a simple shop with a few tables.
Venture coffee Co
Eco-conscious, counter-serve coffeehouse featuring varied fair-trade blends & light fare.
Ballard Coffee Works
Bustling corner coffee shop features varied espresso blends & treats in a light-filled modern venue.
Coffee menu featuring guest roasters & an array of pastries & café fare with gluten free options.
Hip fixture serving craft cocktails in the rustic-chic main bar or the tiny upstairs loft.
Relaxed neighborhood watering hole featuring a wide selection of draft beers & elevated bar bites.
The Stepping Stone
An inviting neighborhood bar that offers cocktails, beer, wine, and a limited food menu.
Ballard Station Public House
Rustic-chic watering hole offering craft beers & cocktails, plus darts, TVs & free popcorn.
Pie Bar Ballard
Small storefront stop for fruit & savory pies, pie-infused drinks & late-night beer & wine.
5am-1am grocery store offering produce, meat & seafood, plus beer, wine & ready-to-eat deli fare.
Market stocking Scandinavian meats, fish & cheeses, plus a cafe for sandwiches, wraps & baked goods.
Fruit & vegetable shop offering locally grown items, plus artisanal & basic groceries.
Ballard Sunday Farmers market
Year-round greenmarket with 100-plus vendors for organic, handmade & locally grown foods.
Longtime supermarket chain carrying brand-name & house-label groceries, plus a deli, bakery & more.
Seattle Public Library - Ballard Branch
Bright and inviting local library branch that offers a variety of groups, classes, and clubs for children and adults.
Majestic Bay Theatres
Contemporary triplex movie theater with stadium seating & high-back chairs, plus a concession stand.
From roots rock to reggae to folk to country, performances vary at this down-home music club & bar.
National Nordic Museum
Neighborhood museum covering Scandinavian immigration, culture, art & history.
Ballard Locks & Carl S. English Jr. Botanical Garden
Waterway with opportunities for viewing salmon during the summer & park with unusual shrubs & trees.
RapidRide D Line
Travels from Crown Hill to Ballard to Seattle Center West to Downtown Seattle (includes Night Owl).
Bus Route 15
Travels from Blue Ridge to Crown Hill to Downtown Seattle (Peak Hour Express).
Bus Route 994
Travels from Downtown Seattle to Lakeside (Haller Lake).
Bus Route 18
Travels from North Beach to Ballard to Downtown Seattle (Peak Hour Express).
Bus Route 40
Travels from Northgate TC to Fremont to Downtown Seattle.
Bus Route 17
Travels from Sunset Hill to Ballard to Downtown Seattle (Peak Hour Express).
Bus Route 29
Travels from Ballard to SPU to Queen Anne to Downtown Seattle.
Bus Route 44
Ravels from Ballard to Wallingford to UW Station (includes Night Owl).