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Adventures in Seattle Real Estate...Exploring Seattle's neighborhoods or what I call Seattle's Urban Villages! Find out what makes each Seattle neighborhood a unique and wonderful place to live and make a home.
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100 years ago today,  on August 17th 1907, Seattle's' Pike Place Market overlooking Elliott Bay, opened for business selling fresh local produce to shoppers.  Of course, back in 1907 the "market" was just a few farmers selling their produce off the back of their wagons, and there were no fishmong...
08/16/2007
A great way to find a good Seattle real estate agent when you are thinking about selling your Seattle home is by attending open houses in your neighborhood.  You get to see an agent "in action" at an open house!  While you are there you can gauge their professionalism by the way they greet you, e...
08/11/2007
Mr Johnson's Antiques in Montlake  When you stroll along in the little retail core of Montlake, in Seattle on 24th Avenue East, you will find Mr Johnson's Antiques.  Stepping inside, you are surrounded by treasures, and your eyes move around about trying to take them in.  Near the entrance, seate...
07/21/2007
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Lovely Montlake Tudor Home This home is sits on a level tree-lined street just two short blocks from the Montlake Community Center and Playfields.     There are 4 bedrooms, one on the main floor, three on the second floor and 3 of them are large enough to have seating areas.  There are 5 bathroom...
07/13/2007
Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood gets to show off for a second time in as many weeks with its'  12th annual Georgetown Art & Garden Walk following June 23rd's first ever Artopia.  This is a quirky collection of gardens with a definite art spin, so come and be inspired! Last year, was a day of su...
07/08/2007
Last Saturday, June 23rd,  Artopia happened in Georgetown in Seattle!  This colorful and exciting art and fair event was sponsored by The Seattle Weekly.  Describing the event, The Seattle Weekly published this:  "Welcome to Artopia - Seattle Weekly's first annual celebration of local innovative ...
06/26/2007
This week some buyer clients who I have been working with to buy a Seattle area home for two and a half years (they are waiting for their perfect next home before buying) and the "perfect home" came on the market late last week.   On Sunday we took a look at it and it was everything they were loo...
06/23/2007
I met up with ARDELL and Rhonda Porter (fellow Rainers) yesterday to take a peek (and we got more than an eyeful with the Nude Painted Cyclists!) at the Fremont Solstice Parade and Fair .  None of us had been before and we had a fun time enjoying the weird and wonderful spectacle...what a hoot!  ...
06/17/2007
Preview of Fremont's Solstice Parade Festivities....I was prowling around Seattle's Fremont (The Center of the Universe ) yesterday and came upon a warehouse (the new Theo Chocolate Factory , formerly the old Red Hook Brewery) with a sign on it about the Fremont Solstice Parade .  I parked my car...
06/14/2007
 Just a few months ago Tina Larson bought a "pocket retail nursery" in Burien's Olde Burien shopping district on SW 152nd St called Grass Roots.   I met Tina (that's her stepping out the door) last week while poking around the cool shops in Olde Burien, and what a passionate person about plants! ...
06/12/2007
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Adventures in Seattle Real Estate...Exploring Seattle's neighborhoods or what I call Seattle's Urban Villages! Find out what makes each Seattle neighborhood a unique and wonderful place to live and make a home.