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Water and City View "Built Green" and Three Star Energy-certified home comes on the market in High Point
Water and City View living, an urban oasis overlooking Downtown Seattle, Elliot Bay & Mt. Baker has come on the market at High Point at 3012 SW Cycle Court. Elegant like-new home, carefully customized for a modern aesthetic, designed by noted architectural firm Mithun, constructed to Built Green and Three Star Energy standards. The asking price is $499,000.
4+ bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, gourmet kitchen, master with adjoining bath, office, finished basement w/family room, one car garage. Adjacent to pond and waterfall. Be a part of this ecologically conscience, award-winning planned community of High Point.
High Point's stormwater collection pond has aesthetic and practical functions. It prevents flash floods in the area, and it forms a centerpiece to the park. By the time the water flows here, it's been cleaned and is ready to enjoy year-round. The pond attracts a variety of water fowl, ducks, geese and heron.
The home has 2 bedrooms on the upper floor plus a den that can be enclosed and made into a 3rd bedroom upstairs. It also has an additional bedroom on the 2nd floor and a bedroom plus family room in the lower level.
Come and see this beautiful like-new view home on Saturday August 16th 10am-4pm and Sunday August 17th 10am-4pm.