4745 49 AVE NE TH
HOME SPECIFICATIONS Bedrooms: 3+Den Home Sq Ft: 2,080 Bathrooms: 2 Lot Sq Ft: 5,000 Fireplace: 1 Year Built: 1915 Wood Stove: 1 2012 Taxes: $5,712
Laurelhurstâ€™s Bungalow Laneâ€Ś charming, cottage experience. Facial portraits: Big-eyed windows ~ Cute front door nose ~ Broad porch mouth, red brick lipstick. 4745: framed by precise box hedges, velvet grass, sage painted wood, a magnificent Camellia. The Dutch door is open. High ceilings, light chocolate walls, the warmth of a hearth. Appealing kitchen participates with rare adjacent family room; wood stove, access to grand deck. Maple, Bamboo, Cherry floors. Full fenced yard. A love connection!
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FACES AND PLACES
the faces and places of Laurelhurst By:
is a Seattle neighborhood located on the shores of Lake Washington and Union Bay. The Laurelhurst neighborhood was largely developed in the 1920â€™s and abounds in waterfront homes with delightful architecture. Surrounded by the waters of Lake Washington, many Laurelhurst homes command impressive views of Lake Washington and The Cascade Mountain Range. http://laurelhurstseattle.com/
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The Laurelhurst Community Club (LCC), formerly the Laurelhurst Improvement Club, was established in 1920 to foster the improvement and beautification of the Laurelhurst neighborhood. It seeks to identify and address community concerns and to provide a forum to promote solutions by working with the community at large, other civic organizations, and government. LCC Trustees and many others serve on committees, represent the community in other organizations, and work on community improvement or special projects or specific issues such as crime prevention, transportation, or land use. These neighbors contribute hundreds of hours each year to maintain the livability and vitality of our community. If there is anything of concern or interest to Laurelhurst neighbors, you can be sure that LCC is on top of it!
The Burke-Gilman Trail
is a popular recreational trail for walkers, runners, cyclists, skaters and commuters. The trail is jointly maintained by Seattle Department of Transportation and Seattle Parks and Recreation.
Villa Academy traces its roots to 1903, when the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart founded their first orphanage and school in Seattle on Beacon Hill. In 1914, Mother Cabrini (now St. Frances Xavier Cabrini) moved her mission to the Laurelhurst campus in Seattle, its current location. Villa’s two main buildings were designed by John Graham Sr. in 1924 and a gymnasium was added in the late 1950s. The school originally included an orphanage run by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart until 1950. In 1951, the orphanage closed and the Sisters focused their efforts on an elementary school known as Sacred Heart Villa. In 1977, it became an independent private school and Seattle’s only Catholic independent preschool through eighthgrade school. Villa Academy’s Chapel was constructed in the mid- 1920’s and underwent extensive restoration in 1991. Today, the chapel is rented for weddings and used by students. www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villa_Academy
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L aurelhurst Communit y Club www.laurelhurstcc.com/LCC/LCC.html
“1916 - Lowering the Lake”
Barrett, Christine. A History of Laurelhurst. Seattle, WA: The Laurelhurst Community Club, 2001. 26, 31. Print. 37
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