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Just Listed – Wallingford

I’m excited to announce my latest listing in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood. This home, built in 1941, has 3 bedrooms and 2 1/4 bathrooms and is move-in ready. It is listed for $850,000. Check out the video or the detailed listing.

Gardeners will love the yard (seller is a member of the Garden Club). Wonderful bonus space in the basement  – a perfect spot for the weekly poker game or movie night. Space for a huge wine cellar as well. Home is seismic retrofitted and has lots of storage.


The location is phenomenal, just blocks to all that Wallingford offers, including:

  • Dining at places such as Pablo y Pablo, Bizarro’s, Dick’s Burgers, Tutta Bella, Molly Moon’s Ice Cream, and many local breweries
  • Near bus  routes 26, 31, 32, 44, and 62
  • Summer Farmers Market at Meridian Park
  • Community organizations such as Seattle Public Library, Wallingford Boys & Girls Club, Wallingford Senior Center, and the Good Neighbor Center
  • Schools nearby include Hamilton Middle School, Lincoln High School, BF Day Elementary, John Stanford International School, and Meridian School
  • Wallingford Park with tennis courts, playground, and wading pool across the street
Wallingford Park across the street

Please stop by an open house to check out the home:

  • Wednesday, July 31, 11am-1pm
  • Saturday, August 3, Noon-3pm
  • Sunday, August 4: 1pm-4pm

For more information, give me a call at 206-790-0081 or email Jamie@JamieFlaxman.com.

Spring is Here

Today I spent some time at Flower World in Snohomish and Sky Nursery in Shoreline. Of course, I forgot to take pictures. Flower World is the biggest nursery I’ve ever been

to and their selection is enormous. My step counter said I walked over 5,000 steps there.

One way to enhance your curb appeal is with flowers and color. I wanted to add peonies and hydrangeas to my yard, as well as some roses. I was able to purchase all of these, along with rhodies, annuals, and perennials. When I bought my house, most of the flowering shrubs were red and pink. I love both, but I wanted more color, and today I got yellow, orange, blue, purple, and white. A little more of the rainbow.

And don’t forget the edible garden. Today I got blueberries. We’re also adding an Italian Plum, but I’ll need to borrow a truck to get that home.

Spring is here and it’s time to plant. Enjoy! I’ll share some photos once everything is in the ground.