Classic Urban Loft Living in Pioneer Square

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Classic Meets Contemporary In Historic Pioneer Square

Finally a real urban loft in the oldest cultural district in Seattle-Pioneer Square. This 1891 building has seen all of Seattle’s changes while maintaining its original cool. It was the original gold rush neighborhood, the first gayborhood, the first arts district, and it definitely housed a lot of the first tech companies in Seattle. Historic does not even begin to describe the hood or the building this beyond cool loft resides. Inside the 606 Building, you will be enchanted by the western light, exposed brick, 2-story layout, a REAL kitchen, the light streaming through the tall windows & incredible views of some of Seattle’s oldest buildings. The tall ceilings make the small square footage seem irrelevant. Cause guess what? The space is flexible to add additional vertical space. Get creative or just enjoy your own little hideaway. Oh wait—there is more! Enjoy cocktails with friends on the rooftop deck this summer and then head out to enjoy dinner on the town.

DETAILS
  • $382,777
  • 635 Square Feet
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
*All data by Coldwell Banker Bain
NEARBY TRANSIT
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 13, 14, 21, 27, 28, 29, 33, 36, 37, 40, 41, 62, 71, 99, 101, 102, 106, 120, 121, 124, 131, 132, ST 550 and other ST commuter buses
Ferry, Water Taxi, Light Rail
WALKABILITY
98
Walk Score®
100
Transit Score®

Finally a real urban loft in the oldest cultural district in Seattle-Pioneer Square. This 1891 building has seen all of Seattle’s changes while maintaining its original cool. It was the original gold rush neighborhood, the first gayborhood, the first arts district, and it definitely housed a lot of the first tech companies in Seattle. Historic does not even begin to describe the hood or the building this beyond cool loft resides. Inside the 606 Building, you will be enchanted by the western light, exposed brick, 2-story layout, a REAL kitchen, the light streaming through the tall windows & incredible views of some of Seattle’s oldest buildings. The tall ceilings make the small square footage seem irrelevant. Cause guess what? The space is flexible to add additional vertical space. Get creative or just enjoy your own little hideaway. Oh wait -there is more! Enjoy cocktails with friends on the rooftop deck this summer & then head out to enjoy dinner on the town.

  • Built: 1891
  • Taxes: $2,223 (2015)
  • HOA Dues: $223
  • 635 square feet
  • 1 Bedroom and a Den / 1 Bathroom
  • Wood Burning Fireplace
  • Second Floor, Loft Style Bedroom
  • Plenty of Storage Options Within the Home & You Still Have Your Own Storage Unit
  • Extra Storage Space Available Behind Air Return Vent, Space can also be Converted
  • Open Living Room & Kitchen Layout
  • Western Facing with Large Windows Offering Plenty of Sunlight
  • Two-story Wall Space, Perfect for Hanging Art
  • Den Space Below Bedroom Offers Private Space to Work or Create an Entertainment Center
  • Shared Rooftop Deck with Western Views of Elliott Bay
  • Gas Utility Available via Puget Sound Energy
  • Forced Air Heat and Air Conditioning Available for a Fee
  • Walk Score of 99 and Transit Score of 100, “Walker and Rider’s Paradise!

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