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McKean Condo – Queen Anne

McKean Condo - Queen AnneThe McKean Condominium (website) located on Queen Anne’s SW slope at 1404 Olympic Way West is the latest Seattle offering from the MCM Group.

Originally constructed in 1929, the brick-veneered vintage building has been thoroughly updated with new wiring, siding and plumbing systems. The complex encompasses just eight one-bedroom condominium homes that feature original hardwood flooring and window frames, original hex-tile bathroom floors and refinished cast-iron tubs. Interior details include archways, crown moldings and coved ceilings.

The units are 762 square feet and have been updated with modern finishes and amenities – slab granite countertops, subway tile backsplashes, stainless steel appliances, parking, storage and views. Prices for the two ground-level homes begin at $334,950 while the upper-level homes are being offered from $409,950.

MCM is launching the McKean project with a sunset grand opening event on Thursday, April 3rd from 6 PM to 8 PM.

McKean will officially open to the public the weekend of April 5th & 6th from Noon to 6:00 PM, the same weekend as the Seattle Condo Tour.

McKean Condo - Living room

McKean Condo - dining room

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About the Author: Ben Kakimoto is a condo marketing specialist and publisher of The Seattle Condo Blog. Ben's focus is urban residential properties in Seattle's metropolitan core. Contact Ben to learn more about the Seattle condo and loft real estate market. Find Ben on Google+, Twitter and Facebook. .


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  1. Chris says:

    My wife and I live a block north and have watched the conversion of the building with interest. We love the neighborhood and thought these would be great. We walked through the condos last weekend and were very dissappointed with the shoddy finish work. Clearly this was condo-conversion at its cheapest. Crummy plastic pocket doors, chipped flooring in the kitchen, chipped up tile in the bathroom and bad electric heat in the walls. Its a shame, really, because the building has great potential.

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