SOLD – The Loft At Austin Bell

This gem combines the ideal location of Belltown with the peace and serenity of a true urban oasis.

ln the heart of Belltown, this loft boasts 16′ ceilings, with floor to ceiling windows facing the lush and private courtyard.  Tastefully remodeled throughout in 2011.  The kitchen has new stainless steel appliances, a double-oven, ice maker and maple cabinets. Hickory floors, custom maple banister and trim and great attention to detail abound in this loft.  The spa-like bathroom has Turkish travertine tiles and and HDMI wired television.  This high-tech home has built in automation system that allows you to contol the lights, front door deadbolt and many other features from your smart phone.  The 16′ ceiling honeycomb blinds are  remote controlled, the condo is outfitted with HDMI wiring and gigabit ethernet. The building has 100/100 Mbps and Gigabit speed internet available from $60/month. Large upstairs bedroom has custom built-ins and a walk-in closet.  All that and you have your own assigned and deed parking space and storage unit.

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Why would anyone ever leave this condo?  The owner has had it with the dreary Seattle weather and is heading south to San Diego.

Highlights of the Loft:


Hickory floors, custom maple doors, maple baseboard trim, Turkish travertine and marble bathroom, and neutral paint colors throughout.


Stainless steel kitchen appliances including double oven and french door refrigerator with ice maker, 1.5 hp garbage disposal, large capacity stack washer and dryer, 1080P HDMI and Cat6 Ethernet networks, home automation system, and motorized blinds.


Kohler bath fixtures, large maple storage cabinets, shelves, and writing desk in loft, and a kitchen outfitted with a suite of upgraded appliances.

Amenities Include:

Roof top deck, private courtyard access, reserved deeded parking, large deeded storage unit, community website, strong HOA and reserves

building exterior

About the Austin A. Bell Building:

The Austin A Bell is a historic landmark building. The original 1889 structure was almost destroyed by a fire in 1981, but the strong brick facade managed to survive. A new condominium was built by Murray Franklin in 1999, saving only the historic facade features two large retail units on street level and 44 residential units above. The lobby features wood columns with brick walls and historic pieces and photos of the original building.



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