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3002 FUHRMAN AVE E SEATTLE


Home Specifications: Bedrooms: 3

2

Bathrooms:

3.5

Fireplaces:

2

Home Sq Ft:

4,468 sf

Lot Sq Ft:

15,763 sf

Year Built:

2009

2017 Taxes:

$35,358


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Matchless inner-city lakefront! Singular in its concept – precision execution – a poised, aerodynamic motion of movement rising from opposing wedges of design. No walls continuing up… one monolithic steel, glass and concrete piece validating the strategy of passion. Backlit Onyx. 110’ super dock… 65’ yacht ready. Float plane permissible. Sleek shelter; Urban Coastal presentation unfolds towards Portage Bay. No visibility streetside. Spectacular unending 12 month seascape pageantries. Tech wonder!

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NOW, FROM AN ARCHITECTURAL PERSPECTIVE

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Point to Point:

Popular destinations and their distances from this home. »» Microsoft- 13.8 mi »» Google- 9.1mi »» UW Stadium- 0.7 mi »» Seattle City Center- 3.0 mi »» Boeing Renton- 16.2 mi »» SeaTac- 18.0 mi

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Presents:

FACES AND PLACES


the faces and places of MONTLAKE

BY:

Wendy Lister


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MONTLAKE is an affluent residential neighborhood in

central Seattle. It is bounded to the north by Portage Bay and the Montlake Cut section of the Lake Washington Ship Canal, to the east by the Washington Park Arboretum, and to the south and west by Interlaken Park. Capitol Hill is on its south and west sides, and the University of Washington lies across the Montlake Cut to the north. State Route 520 runs through the northern tip of Montlake, isolating four blocks from the rest of the neighborhood. Though sports at the University of Washington are often referred to metonymically as “Montlake,� UW sports facilities are not located within the traditional bounds of the neighborhood (but are located on Montlake Boulevard N.E., across the Montlake Cut from the neighborhood). Montlake was primarily developed by John E. Boyer and Herbert Turner (also known as H.S. Turner) from 1903 through the early 1930s. In 1916, the northern boundary of Montlake was fixed by the opening of the New Portage Canal, later known as the Montlake Cut, between Lake Washington and Lake Union. The Montlake Bridge, a distinctive bascule bridge crossing the Montlake Cut, opened in 1925.

Retrieved from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montlake,_Seattle

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WELCOME TO MONTLAKE

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