This 5 bedroom classic mid-century home built in 1955 is full of vintage charm with the extensive brick work common for the era. This now central location is just minutes away from most anywhere in the city of Seattle or the Eastside. It also is part of a bigger story about Seattle’s growth nearly a century ago. The ridge now known as Beacon Hill saw scattered settlement as early as the 1850s, but remained largely undeveloped for several more decades.  Union Army veteran and real estate developer M. Harwood Young (1846-1913) named the hill in 1889 for Boston's historic Beacon Hill and built a streetcar line connecting the neighborhood to downtown. 

Now for the First time in 56 years this Classic Mid Century home in the heart of Beacon Hill is being offered for sale! This house lives very large with 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms featuring multiple living and family rooms with fireplaces on each level perfect for entertaining on those chilly nights. The main level kitchen offers a convenient dining area and the lower level leads to a back yard retreat with a covered porch and patio perfect for those summer time bbqs. The property also features a large 1 car garage with a shop and storage area. With some renovation and TLC this diamond in the rough could really shine! Located just minutes from Cheasty and Chief Sealth trails, Dearborn and Jefferson parks and Golf Course, the Columbia City retail core, a year-round farmers market, and the Columbia City light rail station. This prime city location has it all! This classic mid century home is listed by NWModern Real Estate and is for sale at $650000. See all photos and videos at