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Seaview Condo – Perfectly Preserved Pre-War View Condo in Lower Queen Anne 519 West Roy St #409 The Seaview Condo building is one of the few art deco pre-war buildings in Seattle. Vintage details of this amazing pre-war condo greet you as soon as you walk inside the building. Original plaster walls, restored light fix...READ MORE
Divas Announce | Top of the Trace Here Are The Top Five Reasons You Need to Run to the Top of the Trace: Reason 1: Outdoor Space – We can never get enough outdoor space! Not only do you have your own large balcony, which can be hard to come by in the city. You will also have rooftop deck access with spectacular city...READ MORE
Top of the Trace 1414 12th Ave #604 Top of the Trace! This sweet studio sits on the top floor of one of Capitol Hill‘s premier condo buildings. Private balcony, high ceilings, secure parking, common roof deck with sweeping western views, and a prime location – this unit has it all. In one block you can shop for ...READ MORE
Offered at $125,000, the Seaview Studio #215 is picture perfect for the first time home buyer or investor. Come take a peek at our cozy pied-de-terre this Sunday, July 29th, from 1:00-3:00 PM.Â Where in Seattle is the Seaview CondoÂ» Discover the joys of urban living in this sweetÂ Lower Queen AnneÂ Art Deco studio....READ MORE
When I came home from working over seas, I had a really good chunk of change saved up. With that, I decided to rent a beautiful and peaceful, 1000 square foot, one bedroom apartment on Alki Beach, costing me at the end of the month (with utilities/rent/cable/etc.) roughly $1300. After a year, I had blown all of my savings, ...READ MORE
Super Bowl Sunday is a full on American holiday for all things that are glorious, booze, food and football. Super Bowl Sunday is also dead zone for real estate. Who knows why but let’s just say that on Super Bowl Sunday folks want football. The snow did not stop Team Diva and I doubt a holiday is going to keep us from...READ MORE
The literal French translation of pied-a-terre is foot on the ground. In Paris, the super tiny apartment rules with most city dwellers, who seem to prefer to do their living at local cafes. Personally, I love the word pied-a-terre. It reminds me of those 60’s black & white French films where the main charact...READ MORE