Updated 11/12/2010 – revised prices.
The small boutique 744 Harvard Condominium development located in Capitol Hill’s desirable Harvard-Belmont District is back on the market. The 744 Harvard features only 4 upscale homes, of which, only two remain available – the Penthouse (#300) and unit #200.
Developed by Ironwood Investments and designed by Studio Meng Strazarra, these homes offer superior concrete and steel frame construction with a loose set flagstone facade. Inside, you’ll find:
- Bamboo and Teak flooring
- Gourmet kitchens with Viking professional Bosch appliances
- Slab granite counters
- Gas fireplaces in living room and master suite
- Radiant heat floorings
- Direct access to home via the elevator
- Two parking spaces
These units first came on the market in late 2008 / early 2009 with the smaller units on the 100 level having sold leaving the two upper level homes available at steeply reduced prices.
Unit #200: 3-bedrooms, 2.5 baths within 2,074 square feet of living space is presently listed at $949,950, a $50,000 reduction from its most recent offer price. It was originally listed in February 2009 at $1,850,000. As of 11/12/2010, #200 is priced at $799,000.
Penthouse (Unit #300): 3-bedroom, 2.5 baths within 2,021 square feet of living space was just reduced by $250,000 to $949,950. It was originally listed in August 2008 at $1,950,000. As of 11/12/2010, #300 is priced at $825,000.
The homes are available for viewing by appointment only, however the condo specialists with The Seattle Condo Blog will be able to coordinate a tour for interested buyers.
Though not technically short sales, purchases will require lender approval.