Walk Score: 59
Transit Score: 56
Bike Score: 57
Beacon Hill sits at the south east end of Seattle where I-90 and I-5 come together. It is a fairly large neighborhood with a variety of living styles from larger homes to more modest homes. You will find mostly mid-sized craftsman style homes built in the early 1900s that still stand strong ready for families to set down their roots. Beacon Hill has an incredible view of the city being positioned as it is. This could be your view too.
Condo alternative no HOA dues, house is located on private dead end street no street traffic. House offers 1 bedroom upstairs w/ deck off of masters / one full bath secon...
Listing courtesy of Caliber Real Estate.
Enjoy breathtaking views of Lake Washington, Cascades, Mt. Rainier, & Bellevue skyline from the rooftop deck of this almost new Built Green Townhome. The open floorplan i...
Listing courtesy of Redfin Corp..
Beacon Hill brick home features 5 bedrooms & 2.5 baths. One level w/ basement includes 1,960 sq ft interior on a 5,500 sq Ft lot. Living room w/ fireplace. Hardwoods on t...
Listing courtesy of John L. Scott, Inc..
Property prime for redevelopment; 12,086 sft./0 lot-line/zoned NC-30. 5,288 sq.ft. office/warehouse space with 2-bdrm apt. on 2nd level. Tenants on Month-to-Month lease. ...
Listing courtesy of Realogics Sotheby's Int'l Rlty.
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