Keller Williams Greater Seattle, Ben Kakimoto, Seattle Condo Agent

Live in the Center of the Universe

By on July 16, 2007 in Fremont Condos, Real Estate with 3 Comments

Open House :: Sunday, July 22nd :: 1 pm – 4 pm
949 N 35th Street #406

Two-bedroom Fremont condo under $300,000!

rm_fre_view.jpgLive in the center of the universe in this spacious two-bedroom Fremont condo. This top floor, end unit is set back above the street providing a tranquil living space, yet close to the all the action in Fremont.

Unique home features include skylights, a stained glass window, colorful tile work, beautiful kitchen cabinets, fireplace, Berber carpets, charming views and a large balcony. The rooms are generously sized and washer & dryer are included.

The condo is located less than 2 blocks from the heart of vibrant Fremont. Stroll to work at Getty Images or Adobe, or enjoy the many activities that Fremont has to offer – the Fremont Outdoor Cinema, Sunday Market, kayak on Lake Union, fly a kit at Gas Works Park, hop on the Burke-Gilman Trail or catch a play at the Empty Space Theatre.

Fremont also offers endless amenities including the PCC, Red Door, Peet’s Coffee, Simply Desserts, the Triangle, Century Ballroom, Nectar, Mad Pizza, Baja Fresh, Costas Opa and the El Camino.

  • Offered at $280,000
  • Project: Lake Union House
  • No. of Bedrooms: 2
  • No. of Baths: 1
  • Square Footage: 801 KCR
  • HOA Dues: $399 / mo
  • Annual Taxes: $1,906
  • Parking: 1 assigned covered space
  • Pet Friendly, with restrictions
  • Includes a one year home warranty
  • MLS# 27058796

For more information or a viewing, please contact Rico at 206-779-7426 or Ben at 206-295-4683. You can also contact us by email.

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About the Author: Ben Kakimoto is a Seattle condo and urban real estate marketing & listing specialist. Contact Ben to learn more about the Seattle condo and loft real estate market or about buying or selling a Seattle area condo. Find Ben on Twitter and Facebook. .


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  1. Rex says:

    Good to see the Seattle condo prices are not so sky high that it’s unaffordable. The prices in St. Louis were about the same, and have leveled out some.

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  2. Joni G says:

    What’s up with the HOA dues? Isn’t $400/ month a little high? What does that amount cover anyway?

  3. Ben_Kakimoto says:

    Joni – the HOA dues is on the high end, though it includes insurance, water/sewer/garbage, cable tv, facility maintenance, property manager and reserves.

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