- Central Capitol Hill location
- New roof in 2016
- Building re-plumbed in 2009
- Units featuring original hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.
- Off-Street parking
- Secluded courtyard
The Harriet Manor is a beautiful turn-key nine-unit apartment building located in the popular Capitol Hill neighborhood in Seattle. The building sits on a quiet, residential 7,610 square foot corner lot zoned LR3. Originally built in 1960, the building received a new roof in 2016, the water main line was replaced in 2010, the building was completely re-plumbed in 2009 and double pane windows were installed in 2001. The current owners have remodeled the units on a rolling basis. The upgraded units feature hardwood floors, new cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops in the kitchen. These walk-up units are spacious and feature downtown skyline views or private patios. In total, there are four two-bedroom units of approximately 860 SF each, four one bedroom units ranging from 550 to 650 SF each and a studio unit of 350 SF. Other amenities include a common laundry room with coin operated machines, a courtyard providing residents with a private greenspace as well as nine off-street parking spaces. The complex is setup with individual unit metering for electricity and wired for individual water metering should the new owner desire. Complete books & records including financials are available upon request.
The Harriet Manor is located on a quiet, residential street in the central Capitol Hill neighborhood. While residential, the location allows for excellent access to employment and transportation arterials. The Capitol Hill Lightrail station is a few minutes’ walk south of the property, providing transportation to Downtown Seattle and SeaTac Airport as well as north to the University of Washington. Amazon’s Southlake Union campus is a 15-minute commute via the 8 bus. The Microsoft Connector bus service also has pickup points nearby. Access ramps to I-5 are less than a mile away from the property.
The property is sandwiched between two retail corridors. The charming 15th Avenue is just two blocks east of the property and the lively Broadway Avenue is four blocks to the west. Both offer grocery and pharmacy services as well a myriad of coffee shops and restaurants including Victrola Coffee, The Canterbury, Coastal Kitchen, Starbucks, Liberty Bar, Poppy, Tacos Chukis, and Dick’s Drive-In. The Pike/Pine corridor, with its vibrant nightlife, is also within walking distance of the property. For leisure activities, residents are four blocks north of Cal Anderson Park, which offers playfields and tennis courts. Located north of the property, Volunteer Park, the Conservatory and Asian Art Museum are within walking distance.