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2616 E Union St

 Seattle, WA 98122
Listing Price
Partial Baths
1,210 Sq. Ft.
$826/Sq. Ft.


I spent 3.5 years and $200,000 rebuilding the house myself and turned it into a historical work of art. The large slab marble walls and floors were from a 1920's bank in downtown, the chandelier on the front porch 1920 and the newspaper which describes Al Capone being convicted of tax fraud was pulled out of the house, preserved and made into a pantry wallpaper mounted behind glass. The light in the bathroom is Murano and brought back from one of my travels and the clawfoot tub is actually antique and restored. The red bricks were from the Seattle Packard Building and the rolling glass factory window that is mounted on barn door hardware is from a since demolished factory in Tacoma. I also went overboard on what you can not see, where once there was not any insulation, I added 2" to the depth of the exterior walls and was able to use 6" of rigid foam board. I lifted the once 8 foot ceilings and made a cathedral ceiling which I insulated with closed cell spray foam. The ceilings of the house boast 5 separate 6 foot by 2 foot opening skylights and the skylight cavity wrapped in copper. I also mounted light inside the skylights and finished the ceiling with cedar. The windows were all replaced in 2014 and are dual pane and filled with argon gas. The front portion of the house had the roof replaced in 2014 and the back portion replaced in 2020. I also replaced the sewer line to the city and replaced the water main. I upgraded the electrical panel including a new drop from the city.The heat and air is provided by a heat pump that has two units serving the front and the back of the house. The heat pump has a third opening for a mother-in-law house on the back of the property. Pictures included to display the additional unit able to be built (based on exactly what the neighbors on the same sized lot accomplished.) Please do not contact me if you are a realtor who is attempting to represent me.
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